Focuses on the life of Jill Bilcock, one of the world's leading film artists and Academy Award nominated film editor. Features commentary from Cate Blanchett, Baz Luhrmann and Rachel Griffiths.
To be a Hollywood great is to fly too close to the sun, to embody the dreams of millions while placing your fate in their hearts.
This documentary celebrates 100 years of the famous character Tarzan from print and in film. Featuring in-depth discussions with current and past actors in the Tarzan franchise: Christopher Lambert, Dennis Miller, Margot Robbie, Casper Van Dien, Alexander Skaarsgard and many more.
Michael Sheen joins art curator Gus Casely-Hayford on a moving journey back to his native South Wales in the footsteps of Josef Herman.
Prepare to have your opinion of John Constable turned on its head as Richard E Grant joins host Gus Casely-Hayford on a lively journey, walking the landscapes of one of the nation's greatest painters.
Actress and national treasure Miriam Margolyes joins art curator Gus Casley-Hayford on a jaw-dropping voyage of discovery, walking in the footsteps of the fisherman artist Alfred Wallis.
Filmed over two years, follow the meteoric rise of this all-male dance company. The film explores what it takes to turn eight individuals into one formidable company and follows the process from first auditions, through boot-camp training and creating work, right up to their performance in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Heart of Glass is a journey. A road trip through several countries on two continents in pursuit of a story. The story of a young glass blower with a singular talent: Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert. The film follows him in his daily life - working in the studio and on the road and reveals how passion can undo a tragic fate.
Francis Bacon was the loudest, rudest, drunkest, most sought-after British artist of the 20th century. Twenty-five years after his death, his canvases regularly exceed 40 million pounds at auction. Bacon's appeal is rooted in his notoriety - a candid image he presented of himself as Roaring Boy, Lord of Misrule and Conveyor of Artistic Violence. This was true enough, but only part of the truth. He carefully cultivated the facade, protecting the complex and haunted man behind the myth. In this unique, compelling film, those who knew him speak freely, some for the first time, to reveal the many mysteries of Francis Bacon.
Hawkes' early years with Cary Grant in Bringing up Baby and His Girl Friday, then later for Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall starring in To Have and Have Not and The Big Sleep, and Rio Bravo with John Wayne.
Fritz Lang's career began in Germany with Metropolis and M; he then built a new career following the Nazi uprising, moved to Hollywood to become the king of film noir.
From Greta Garbo's Ninotchka, film noir classic Double Indemnity, to his Academy Award-winning classics Lost Weekend, Sunset Boulevard and The Apartment.
Hitchcock defined his own unique style of filmmaking from the early days of The 39 Steps and The Lodger to the Hollywood glamour of North by Northwest and Rear Window, to the terrifying Psycho and The Birds.
The Celluloid Domain is the brainchild of Sydney-based Zimbabwean-Australian filmmaker Paul Matereke. A year in the making, it centres on the Art Gallery of New South Wales' uniquely all-35mm film program and its exceptionally talented curator, Robert Herbert. A budding young artist, Paul explores Robert's 20-year career in the film industry and uses the knowledge gained to inform his own ambitions. Featuring interviews with Sydney locals and cinephiles, showcasing the immensely interesting world of Celluloid film. Much like the largely forgotten world of film projection, Robert represents a rare breed of people. His commitment to preserving the art of cinema is an inspiration to the younger generation of filmmakers, and highlights the significance of remembering and maintaining treasures of the past.
A celebration of the musical work of a group of session musicians known as the Wrecking Crew, a band that provided back-up instrumentals to such legendary recording artists as Frank Sinatra, the Beach Boys and Bing Crosby.
For years, Tom Carroll was known as one of Australia's greatest sportsmen, but until a recent exhibition, few knew that at the same time, he and his camera were also capturing the rise of surfing and it's edgy culture.
The personal and professional struggles the members faced while the band was apart are revealed, and it chronicles the group's dramatic reunion in 1994, as well as its resurgence in recording and performing throughout the next two decades.
In this intimate, meticulously crafted patchwork of rare archival material, concert footage and never-before-seen home movies explores the evolution and enduring popularity of The Eagles, all the way from the band's creation and rise to fame in the 1970s to its breakup in 1980.
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