Music buff Myf Warhurst and comedian Joel Creasey will be at the helm of Eurovision coverage, on the ground from Expo Tel Aviv in Israel, to bring Australians every angle of the contest as they explore the razzamatazz, kitsch, political voting, showbiz, cultural displays, and heart of Eurovision - the artists and songs.
Coverage of this year's Eurovision Song Contest direct from Stockholm, Sweden with hosts Julia Zemiro and Sam Pang providing commentary. Australia's hopes lie in Dami Im to take the country to the top five.
SBS continues their exclusive live coverage of the Eurovision Song Contest once again for 2018. Aussie songstress Jessica Mauboy will be representing Australia with her hit track 'We Got Love' at the international music showcase in Lisbon.
The winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 will be crowned. The Grand Final sees 10 acts from each semifinal come together with host country Ukraine and the 'Big Five' - Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the UK - to battle for the title of Eurovision Song Contest winner. Hosts Myf Warhurst and Joel Creasey will be ready on the ground from the International Exhibition Centre in Kyiv, Ukraine, to bring Australians every angle of the Grand Final action.
Hosts Julia Zemiro and Sam Pang will again head up SBS's exclusive coverage, and will bring the fun, glamour and madness direct from 2013's host city Malmoe, Sweden. Ten countries from each semi-final have qualified for the final and will be joined by Sweden, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom.
In this epic film a Jewish prince is betrayed and sent into slavery by a Roman friend. Regaining his freedom he returns to his home, seeking revenge.
The star-studded Civil War epic that is perhaps the most famous film of all time. An emotional, artistic and technical triumph.
It tells the story of a seven-year-old child prodigy, Fred Tate (Adam Hann-Byrd), who struggles to self-actualize in a social and psychological construct that largely fails to accommodate his intelligence. Foster plays Fred's mother Dede Tate, who attempts to give her son a "normal" childhood while feeding his intellectual curiosity.
Dede Tate (Jodie Foster) is a single mother, a working-class woman of average intelligence raising her seven-year-old son, Fred (Adam Hann-Byrd), who shows every indication of being a genius. Fred's reading and mathematics abilities are remarkable, and he plays the piano "at competition level," but his intellect isolates him from his public school classmates.
Fred's intellect comes to the attention of Jane Grierson (Diane Wiest), a former music prodigy and now a psychologist running a school for gifted children. She seeks permission from Dede to admit Fred to the school in order to develop his intellectual gifts in a way that a public school cannot. Dede is reluctant, preferring that Fred have a normal upbringing but when no one comes to Fred's seventh birthday party, Dede consents.
Lean's multi-Oscar-winning romantic epic, based on Pasternak's novel. Omar Sharif is the Russian doctor whose turbulent love life is overtaken by the Russian Revolution.
This is the sweeping tale of two soul mates, childhood sweethearts Devdas and Paro, whose love is thwarted by India's rigid class structure. Young Devdas is sent to study in London by his wealthy father. On his return, love blossoms again, but the families oppose the romance. In Hindi.
ABC TV and Opera Australia have forged a new partnership to benefit all lovers of opera, and over the next three years 15 of the most recent and popular operas will be broadcast on ABC1 and ABC2. The first three operas will air this month commencing with Mozart's much-loved The Marriage Of Figaro filmed at the Sydney Opera House as part of the 2010 season.
Winner of eight Academy awards, Richard Attenborough directs Ben Kingsley as the charismatic lawyer who forsakes all worldly goods to lead India to independence.
Recorded live from the Shakespeare Globe Theatre. Starring Samuel Barnett as Sebastian, Liam Brennan as Orsino, Paul Chahidi as Maria and directed by Dominic Dromgoole. Filled with a cast of unforgettable characters, Twelfth Night combines cruelty with high comedy and the pangs of unrequited love with some of the subtlest poetry and most exquisite songs Shakespeare ever wrote. Shakespeare Globe Theatre revisits their award-winning Twelfth Night production in 2002 with an all-male Original Practices production, exploring clothing, music, dance and settings possible in the Globe of around 1601.
Since its release in 1945, Les Enfants Du Paradis has maintained its position as one of the greatest French films of all time. A complex relationship drama set in 1830s Paris, it is a sophisticated, cynical portrait of actors, murderers, swindlers, prostitutes and the decadent rich. A wickedly flamboyant celebration of the relation between theatre and life.
It has been 20 years since John Bell founded his groundbreaking theatre group, Bell Shakespeare. ABC2 Live celebrates this important occasion by bringing you one of Shakespeare's greatest works, King Lear, exclusively recorded by the ABC at Melbourne's Arts Centre.
Naomi Watts and Jack Black star in this thrilling epic adventure about a legendary gorilla captured on a treacherous island and brought to civilization, where he faces the ultimate fight for survival.
Shakespeare's most outrageous comedy, The Taming of the Shrew introduces one of theatre's great screwball double-acts, a couple hell-bent on confusing and outwitting each other right up to the play's equivocal and controversial conclusion.
Recorded live from Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. Dominic Rowan as Henry VIII and Ian McNeice as Cardinal Wolsey. The Tudor Court is locked in a power struggle between its nobles and the Machiavellian Cardinal Wolsey, the King's first minister and the most conspicuous symbol of Catholic power in the land. Wolsey's ambition knows no bounds and when his chief ally, Queen Katherine, interferes in the King's romance with Anne Bullen, he brings gigantic ruin upon himself, the Queen and centuries of English obedience to Rome. Famous in its own day as Shakespeare's most sumptuous and spectacular play, Henry VIII is a gorgeous pageant of masques and royal ceremony; a blaze of fireworks, cannon fire, red satin and cloth-of-gold. But within the passages of grandeur works the mind of the mature Shakespeare: psychological and political insight, language of great depth and power and, in the figures of Wolsey and Katherine, two of his most vivid and memorable characters.