|Directed by||Tony Krawitz|
|Produced by||Lilette Botasi|
|Screenplay by||Louise Fox|
|Music by||Jed Kurzel|
|Edited by||Alexandre de Franceschi
|Running time||84 minutes|
Peter Galvin from SBS gave the film three stars out of five, noting that the film is "dark, and emotionally claustrophobic" and is "tough to sit through". He also observes that Dead Europe "is a puzzle film, a movie where one is asked to work hard at deciphering its strangeness."
- Ewen Leslie as Isaac
- Marton Csokas as Nico
- Kodi Smit-McPhee as Josef
- Jean-François Balmer as Gerry
- Yigal Naor as Syd
- William Zappa as Vassily
- Françoise Lebrun as Leah
- Thanos Samaras as Andreas
- Danae Skiadi as Giulia
Dead Europe received mixed to positive reviews, earning a 63% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Julie Rigg of MovieTime, ABC Radio National gave a positive review and called it "one of the most disturbing, and intelligent, Australian films for a long time." Tim Robey of The Daily Telegraph also gave a positive review, calling the movie a "promising drama of alienation that slides into portentousness."
Joel Wals of Little White Lies however gave a negative review, calling it "macabre, spiteful and all too bleak in its juxtaposition of generations and their transference of guilt."
Awards and nominations
|Best Film||Iain Canning||Nominated|
|Best Adapted Screenplay||Louise Fox||Nominated|
|Best Actor||Ewen Leslie||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actor||Marton Csokas||Nominated|
|Best Original Music Score||Jed Kurzel||Nominated|