Strictly Ballroom – Stamps & Maxim Cards on Australian Films 1995
Strictly Ballroom is a beautiful 1992 Australian Romantic Film Directed and Co-Written by Baz Luhrmann.It is based on a critically acclaimed stage play originally set up by Luhrmann in 1984.The Film stars Paul Mercurio and Tara Morice.
A stamp & Maxim was issued on 08 Jun 1995 to coincide with the Centenary of Cinema featuring the Film Strictly Ballroom.
Picnic at Hanging Rock – Stamps & Maxim Cards on Australian Films 1995
Picnic at Hanging Rock is a 1975 Australian Mystery drama film adapted by Cliff Green from a 1967 Novel of same name by Joan Lindsay. The plot involves disappearance of School girls during Picnic at Hanging Rock Victoria on Valentine’s Day in 1900.
Australia issued a stamp and Maxim Card on this film on 8 Jun 1995 to coincide with Centenary of Cinema.
Jedda – The Love Story of Aboriginal Girl – Maxim Card Australia 1995
Jedda is a 1955 Australian film written ,produced and directed by Charles Chauvel,his last film, but is notable for being the first to star two aboriginal actors Robert Tudawali better known as Bobby Wilson & Ngarla Kunoth now Known as Rosalie Kunoth -Monks.It was also the first Australian Film to be shot in Color.
Jedda is a love story about an aboriginal girl on a cattle station in Northern Territory Australia raised with European ways . She falls in love with an aboriginal man but perishes with him.
A maxim card and stamp issued by Australia Post on 08 Jun 1995 is listed.
Maxim Card on The Story of Kelly Gang- Australia 1995
In the Year 1995 Centenary of Cinema was celebrated the World Over and Postal authorities released stamps to Commemorate the event. Australia post issued a set of Five stamps on Film posters of Australia’s most celebrated movies.
The Story of Kelly Gang – It is 1906 Australian Silent Film that traces the exploits of 19th Century bushranger and outlaw Ned Kelly and his gang. In 2007 it was inscribed on the UNESCO memory of World register for being the World’s first full length narrative feature film.
A Maxim Card with the stamp and cancellation issued by Australia post is listed