Victor Fleming was born in California, in 1889. Joined MGM in the 1930s and directed some of the studio's most prestigious films. Red Dust (1932) and Bombshell (1933 showcasing Jean Harlow, while Captains Courageous (1937) brought a touch of literary distinction to boy's-own adventure stories. His two most famous films came in 1939, with The Wizard of Oz and Gone with the Wind, which he won the Academy Award for Best Director. His last film Joan of Arc (1948) with Ingrid Bergman, received seven Oscar nominations, winning two.
Indonesia's pre-eminent comic book superhero and his alter ego Sancaka enter the cinematic universe to battle the wicked Pengkor and his diabolical squad of orphan assassins. In Indonesian.
A visitor from the UK arrives from the London 2012 bid committee and highlights some airport shortcomings. Nicholas tries to sell all the furniture.
News Corp to stop printing more than 100 regional titles. The move to digital will cost hundreds of jobs and leave communities without a physical newspaper. Financial commentator Harry Dent gets airtime with dire predictions about Australian house prices despite them never being realised. We call out a lack of disclosure by the Science Show in its "Climate Grief" series on ABC Radio National.
In the magical land of Stormhold, witches, pirates and greedy princes stand between a young man and his beloved. Tristan Thorn must protect a falling star to win the heart of his dream-girl, Victoria.
In 1956, highly decorated military engineer Major Leo Carmichael is tasked with supervising construction of the British atomic test towers at Maralinga, in the South Australian desert.
A dying motorist reveals to the occupants of four other cars where $350,000 is buried and that starts a mad scramble across mountains and deserts to reach the treasure first.
Ape leader Caesar wants the ruling apes and enslaved humans to live in peace, but must face off against militant gorilla General Aldo and mutant humans from the destroyed city.
On her 40th birthday, Edina must deal with her conflicted feelings about reaching the milestone age, and the grim family party Saffron has arranged for the occasion.
These are the six most dangerous men in England, and Edmund plans to employ them in order to take over the throne. Edmund also attends to business in dismissing Percy and Baldrick from his service for good.
Fleabag and her sister Claire reluctantly visit a female-only, silent retreat, courtesy of their dad. Their enforced silence is interrupted by an unusual neighbouring weekend workshop. Explosive secrets soon come to light.
Girl next door, sex kitten, activist, fitness tycoon: Oscar-winner Jane Fonda has lived a life marked by controversy, tragedy and transformation, and she's done it all in the public eye. Directed and produced by award-winning documentarian Susan Lacy, this an intimate look at her singular journey.
He's only one week away from retirement, but a mysterious murder down by the docks means Ray Martin and his partner detective Ryan Shelton have to solve one last case, but Police Commissioner Helen Bidou has other plans.
American film director and screen writer, Brian De Palma was born in 1940 in New Jersey, and has a career spanning over 50 years. Best known for his work in the suspense, psychological thriller, and crime drama genres with box office hits such as Carrie (1976), Dressed to Kill (1980), Scarface (1983), The Untouchables (1987), and Mission: Impossible (1996), as well as Blow Out (1981), Body Double (1984), Casualties of War (1989), Carlito's Way (1993), and Femme Fatale (2002).
Director Terrence Malick traces the evolution of an 11-year-old boy in the Midwest, from his first experiences of joy, love and mercy (from his mother), to his introduction to the 'ways of the world' (from his father). Each parent contends for his allegiance, and the boy must reconcile their claims. His experience of the world, once a thing of glory, becomes a labyrinth as he seeks unselfish love.
A cobbler, bored of his everyday life, stumbles upon a magical heirloom that allows him to become other people and see the world in a different way.
Members of the team face government inquiries into art purchases, accommodation prices and the sale of database information.
Nine News' story on Palm Island residents labelled "racist", "appalling" and distorted. Media need to be more cautious when reporting news of coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine "breakthroughs". Channel Seven blame a "production error" for their failure to disclose Big W's paid advertorial.
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