Robert Redford recounts his experiences on Sydney Pollack's post-Watergate political thriller, Three days of the Condor whilst Milos Forman and Michael Douglas discuss their struggle to make a film which had a dramatic effect on the debate concerning the treatment of patients inside psychiatric institutions in the US.
With Harry lying comatose in hospital after being shot, his sons, led by Noel, are determined to find his attacker. Calling on the assistance of the Islander network in Cairns, the brothers hunt down Vlad (Richard Cawthorne). Noel in particular is determined to exact revenge on what he believes is biker payback.
A documentary about making the feature film Ten Canoes. "For all of us, the challenges are unexpected, the task beyond anything imagined," Rolf de Heer says. "For me, it is the most difficult film I have made."
Dancing With Dictators is a documentary about the struggle for control of MCM, the only media company in Burma with any foreign investment. Australian Ross Dunkley started and owns 49 percent of Burma's leading newspaper The Myanmar Times. The paper comes out weekly in both Burmese and English and like all media in the country it is heavily censored. What sort of journalist owns a newspaper in one of the most repressive countries on earth?
Since the late 1990s, South Korea's film industry has undergone an amazing transformation. A new generation of Korean filmmakers has revitalised the industry and their movies have made a powerful impact worldwide. This program tells the story behind this renaissance though clips of some of the successful movies and interviews with the directors and actors who made them.
The Straits is a story of a family as much as it is a tale of crime. The Montebellos' family business is transporting drugs into Australia and guns and exotic wildlife out - using ties of blood and loyalty in the Torres Strait Islands.
The final months of Bobby Sands, the Irish Republican Army activist who protested his treatment at the hands of British prison guards with a hunger strike, are chronicled in this historical drama, the first feature film from artist-turned-filmmaker Steve McQueen.
Explore the hidden history of the American exploitation film. Dig deep into this often overlooked category of US cinema and unearth the shameless and occasionally shocking origins of this popular entertainment. Broadcast as part of ABC's Sunday Best.
A behind-the-scenes look at the world's largest film industry. Traditional culture has been a big influence in Indian films where music and dance dominates. The program talks to director Yash Chopra, the father of Bollywood, and visits the Mandir Theatre, where only one film has screened for the past ten years, and also takes a look at new trends of Bollywood films.
Set among the turquoise waters and lethal wildlife of Australia's Far North Queensland and the Torres Strait, The Straits is an exotic, darkly humorous crime drama. The Montebello's family business is transporting drugs into Australia and guns and exotic wildlife out - using ties of blood and loyalty in the Torres Strait Islands.
When the US Marines launched the biggest operation since the start of the war in Afghanistan, journalist Ben Anderson was with Bravo Company, which landed in Marjah before anyone else. This stunning documentary covers the entire operation under extremely dangerous circumstances, following the Marines as the battle raged. Broadcast as part of ABC's Sunday Best.
This five-part documentary series takes viewers into the most dynamic film scene on the planet. China is now the world's third-largest producer of cinema films.
A young Lebanese Australian leaves prison determined to go straight. But his younger brother's descent into crime places his family in danger, forcing him to risk his new life.
In the final episode, Stefan's Year 12 results are due, with university offers not far behind. Angelo and Josephine seem more concerned about this than he is, but Stefan may be putting on a brave face. As crunch time nears, Stefan announces his plans to take a gap year, but Josephine and Angelo do not see this as a productive or economical option.
In this episode, Angelo becomes a weekend warrior and sets about doing some work around the house, but like most men he may have bitten off a little more than he can chew.
Josie is not impressed with Angelo and the boys. She is bored at work and is feeling like a slave at home. Yet her efforts around the house seem to be going unnoticed. After years of putting the family first, Josie needs to look after herself, and the men of the Cardamone house need to start pulling their weight.
A modern classic. A greedy landowner and his backward nephew conspire to block the only water source for an adjoining property in order to bankrupt the new owner and force him to sell. Winner of four BAFTA Awards, including Best Film.
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