October 18th, 2008
Episode 48 of 256 episodes
Lisa Dethridge reviews Man On Wire, a documentary about the daring and illegal highwire routine performed by Philippe Petit between the World Trade Center Twin Towers in 1974; composer and head of Screen Music at AFTRS, Martin Armiger, is in the studio for a discussion about film music; Nick Matteo reviews Beyond Our Ken, out now on DVD through Hopscotch, and the musical comedy TV series Bogan Pride (9pm Monday, SBS); director Alex Gibney is on the phone to discuss his latest documentary, Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson; and Boris Trbic reviews A Temetetlen halott, the 2004 film from Márta Mészáros about Imre Nagy, screening Thursday 23 October on SBS.
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