In a new adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's classic novel, Jane Eyre is a mousy governess for the cold and moody, Mr Rochester. As she persists to understand him, she discovers a terrible secret.
Meet the people who turned You Oughta Be Congratulated and C'mon Aussie C'mon into household words — and fortunes for advertisers.
Annette Bening has established herself as one of the finest screen actors of her generation. After a decade in the theatre, culminating in a Tony Award nomination for her performance in Tina Howe's Coastal Disturbances, she made her feature debut in the comedy The Great Outdoors (1988) followed by a commanding performance as the Marquise de Merteuil in Valmont (1989). But it was the perfect projection of sass, charm and sexual frankness in playing Myra Langtry, a con artist in The Grifters (1990), that made Bening a star and for which she received her first BAFTA and Academy Award nominations.
When an army major is framed for treason, Reacher discovers she's the target of a massive government conspiracy and risks everything to take down the corrupt organisation.
In this updated take on William Golding's classic novel, a group of American military schoolboys become marooned on a remote island after a plane crash. While initially cooperative, after the discovery of a "beast," the boys split into two warring camps, one headed by the liberal-minded Ralph (Balthazar Getty), the other by the militaristic Jack (Chris Furrh). Their society begins to descend into violence, and boys soon learn there's a thin line between society and savagery.
The revolutionaries fight on. Jean Valjean is conflicted over Marius and Cosette's love and seeks Marius at the barricade. Javert confronts Valjean. Based on the Victor Hugo novel.
Paris is on the brink of revolt. Javert remains obsessed by the pursuit of Jean Valjean. Anxious Valjean makes a plan. Marius makes a promise to Cosette. Based on the Victor Hugo novel.
Cosette and Valjean decide to leave and make a new start in Paris. Valjean worries when Cosette meets a young man. The Thenardiers are forced to start a new life and plot their revenge. Based on the Victor Hugo novel.
Manipulated by Javert, Jean Valjean is ready to turn himself in, but he makes a promise to Fantine that changes everything. Based on the Victor Hugo novel.
Fantine leaves Paris to find work and must make a heartbreaking decision. Jean Valjean has forged a new identity, and Javert is determined to catch him out. Based on the Victor Hugo novel.
In war-torn France, convict Jean Valjean and seamstress Fantine must decide their futures. Valjean's past continues to haunt him. Fantine meets the love of her life. Based on the Victor Hugo novel.
We follow Mikey as he lights a show in the Studio Theatre and Carla as she helps gets a show started on time in the Playhouse.
Based on the novel by Cormac McCarthy, violence and mayhem ensue after a hunter stumbles upon some dead bodies, a stash of heroin and more than $2 million in cash near the Rio Grande.
Follow joint artistic directors Neil Armfield and Rachel Healy in their most challenging year yet as they scour the globe and battle the clock to find and deliver the 2020 Adelaide Festival in its all-important 60th year.
With the murderer still on the loose and the summit coming to a close, William and Adso are in a race against time to find the real culprit.
The 2020 Melbourne International Comedy Festival has been cancelled due to coronavirus, so we bring you this special Comedy Care Package of some of the best past performances from the biggest names in stand-up.
In South Africa, a white farmer and a black preacher find friendship through linked family tragedies.
For his French-class assignment, a high school student weaves his family history in a news story involving terrorism, and goes on to invite an Internet audience in on the resulting controversy. Based on the Doris Lessing novella, The Grandmothers. Alternative title: Two Mothers.
The British agent with a licence to kill, James Bond crashes onto your screens for his biggest adventure yet. This time 007 must defeat a weapons dealer in a high stakes game of poker, but things are never as they seem. Based on the Ian Fleming novel.
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