Show of the week


Show of the Week: The Invisible Girl

Based on the young adult book trilogy of the same name by Blue Jeans, this Spanish thriller takes place in Cárdena, a sleepy town in the Andalusia region. Teenager Julia and her father, police lieutenant Miguel Ángel, have recently moved here, after her mother unexpectedly passed. But the town’s peace is suddenly interrupted, when one […]

Show of the Week: Prison Island

Set on a beautiful island in Brittany, France, this thrilling six-hour drama tracks a group of armed activists who take the population hostage, but seemingly without a motive. The group are highly organised but they do not count on five people – passengers of a shuttle linking the island to the mainland – who manage to […]

Show of the week: Margot And The Space Robot

Danger arrives from beyond the stars in this 2D animation, in the form of two tiny, but rather cruel aliens, who land in the town of Aquaville with a nefarious plans to enslave the local population. The only thing that stands in their way is an observant, but overly emotional, young girl named Margot and […]

Show of the Week: Nolly

Fans of long-running UK soap Crossroads won’t fail to remember flame-haired widow Meg Richardson, portrayed by the inimitable Noele ‘Nolly’ Gordon. Starring in the show from 1964 through to 1981, she grew to become its most popular character – and a TV icon for her role – though Nolly’s own life was no less dramatic […]

Show of the week: Playing With Fate

This complex relationship drama has been created by Ukrainian producer Tatyana Gnedash and explores how memories, families and loss affect individuals, with unexpected consequences. The four-part series follows Alexander, who is left bereft when the love of his life dies in an accident. Struck by grief, he struggles to move on but eventually finds a […]

Show of the week: Mystery Road: Origin

After two seasons and two films following Indigenous Australian police officer Jay Swan, this prequel to crime drama Mystery Road delves into the dogged detective’s formative years on the force. Set in the outback of Western Australia in 1999, the series follows Swan as a charismatic young officer who arrives at his new station, fresh […]

Show of the week: Black West

While most will be familiar with the image of John Wayne or Clint Eastwood riding through the Wild West, this one-off documentary explores the widely unacknowledged truth that in 1875, one in four American cowboys was Black. “The film will open our eyes to this hidden reality: there were African-Americans in the Wild West. There […]

Show of the week: Alma’s Way

Six-year-old Alma Rivera is a proud Bronx-born, Puerto Rican girl living a fast-paced city life, where her closest friend and confidant is the viewer. Sharing her secrets, feelings and challenges with the audience watching at home, Alma adds colourful commentary to the big and small moments in her life. When Alma’s not sure what to […]

Show of the week: True Colours

Australian drama following the story of Aboriginal detective Toni Alma (Rarriwuy Hick), who is assigned to investigate a suspicious car accident in Perdar Theendar – the community she left as a child and has had little to do with since. As the investigation unfolds, Alma must “navigate the fine line between respect for her community […]

Show of the week: Radioactive Forest 10 Years After

The nuclear accident at Fukushima in Japan, in March 2011, destroyed the region’s natural environment and many people’s livelihoods. Tens of thousands of residents had to leave their homes and have yet to return. Some of the farms and villages are now gone. This documentary depicts the 10-year odyssey of residents and scientists who are […]

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