Gavin's flatmates Charlie and Anna are finally prepared to let him die with dignity, and have found a GP willing to administer a lethal dose of morphine. Gavin's mother and younger brother Simon, with wife and baby in tow, immediately drive to Sydney. Then, in the aftermath of Gavin's death, tempers fray as friends and family grapple ineptly with their loss.
The half-hour documentary, IOU: Mary Hardy, celebrates the brilliant but largely forgotten talent who paved the way for female entertainers in this country. Mary Hardy is an unwritten chapter in the history of Australian television. She was the queen of television and radio in Melbourne in the 1960s and 1970s and won seven Logie awards for the Most Popular Female in Victoria. She was a maverick who redefined women's roles in the medium for decades.
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This is a fascinating documentary-style film about Oscar-winning actor Al Pacino's staging of Richard III and his simultaneous exploration of the relevance of Shakespeare to people in every walk of life. Every scene of the play is dissected by actors and scholars prior to us seeing it performed, thus bringing the play brilliantly to life.
Luke Hunt is a 43 year old journalist based in Hong Kong. Having worked for Agence France-Presse (AFP) for the past 14 years, Luke is about to swap the security of a weekly wage for the life of a freelance journalist. Armed with his stills camera, his computer and his desire to succeed, Luke's first freelance assignment takes him to familiar territory, Cambodia, to cover the upcoming elections.
Russell is on a high, securing a big assignment to interview Lupe Fiasco but his world unravels when he asks a controversial question and is requested by the artist to be removed from the assignment. His mentor is unimpressed by his new briefcase advising him to A) show up on time and B) finish an article.
The 1975 television series The Naked Civil Servant transformed the life of its creator - fifty-something part-time life model and novelist Quentin Crisp. The story about his life as a homosexual growing up in wartime Britain made Quentin a household name. However, having finally gained the celebrity he craved, he is shunned. So he accepts an invitation to speak in New York. With his flamboyant style, rapier sharp wit, and honest, but seemingly perverse world view he's an instant hit, and New York proves to be Quentin's natural home.
To Russia, With Love: The Great Radio War tells the story of the Cold War from a most unusual perspective: Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty: a radio station for the countries behind the Iron Curtain.
Mark Davis is a senior journalist for SBS television's flagship current affairs program, Dateline. His approach as an independent journalist, shooting as a one-man band with a flexible agenda, has helped Mark deliver compelling, intimate stories not often seen. The ability to move quickly and cheaply gave Mark his first break - a piece on the then unknown Taliban for Foreign Correspondent.
The good times roll when Colin and Pete win the assignment to cover Lollapalooza, where they interview and hang with the hottest names in music.
Stephen McDonell is the ABC's China correspondent based in Beijing. This episode examines the ups and downs of a frantic year for Stephen, covering diverse events from the traumatic aftermath of the Sichuan earthquake to the circus of the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
When the cinematic genius Stanley Kubrick died, he left behind in his St Albans mansion 1000 boxes filled with, what? Journalist Jon Ronson is the first person ever to be invited to the house to rifle through the boxes. This is a film about that extraordinary journey.
Krish gets jealous and angry when she is scooped by Tika, who lands the plum assignment to cover Jay-Z's arrival on the red carpet for the launch of 'Reasonable Doubt'. Krish copes by vocalising her personal mantra, "I am the star and I shine" and by writing it on post-it-notes.
Looks at roles given to women in Hollywood over the years and the development of 'chick flicks'. Writers, critics and studio executives including Nora Ephron, Molly Haskell and Linda Obst, discuss the rise of chick flicks.
A five part documentary series that follows the unpredictable and at times dangerous world of Australian journalists working around the world. Sophie McNeill is one of the new breed of video journalists. Armed with a small digital camera, Sophie gathers compelling stories across the globe as a one-woman band - researching, filming and directing stories on her own.
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