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Award-winning documentary In The Company of Actors is a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the New York production of Andrew Upton's modern Hedda Gabler starring Cate Blanchett, Hugo Weaving, Aden Young, Justine Clark and director Robyn Nevin. Within the world of theatre the rehearsal room is a sacred space, the private domain where boundaries are pushed, risks are taken, mistakes made, vulnerabilities exposed and, at its very best, magic created. It is not a place into which the public is often, if ever, invited. Until now.
A documentary about the inspirational 92-year-old playwright Julia Britton. At the age of 92, you're supposed to be planning a move to the next world, not a trip to London to put on your next play. Yet this is what playwright Julia Britton is doing.
Jennifer and her guests are looking at the tricky business of transforming our beloved books into cinema. Joining Jennifer on the panel are John Marsden, Ana Kokkinos, John Collee and Margaret Pomeranz.
Use of soundtrack music vs diegetic sound - children sneak out, the men arrive and interact with Atticus and kids then leave.
Starts with Scout talking to Atticus in bed and moves into Scout asking Jem about their mother. Atticus listens on the porch swing. Judge Taylor comes by and Atticus agrees to take the Robinson case.
Scout realises she must protect Boo. It is clear that the lessons of the last few months have struck a chord with her, and how much she's grown up.
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