Amir and Sara are a young couple on their way to Melbourne to continue their studies. However, just a few hours before the departure of their flight, they are unintentionally involved in a tragic event.
The show features some great light and sound effects apart from the great music that Eagles is renowned for. The 'five-part' harmony song, "Hole in the World" elicits a great crowd participation with the audience providing a 'clap rhythm' as the band sings. The song "Life's Been Good" features some antics by Joe Walsh and Frey with them staging a mock rivalry on stage and the latter having a hearty laugh at the former. The song also features a 'helmet cam' session where the crowd gets to see what the camera on Walsh's helmet points at. Also, the songs "The Boys of Summer" and "Hotel California" feature the first officially documented use by the Eagles of a drum machine in a live performance; in particular, during "Hotel California", a pre-programmed track is used to simulate the muted guitar strums which provide a steady beat on the original studio recording of the song, and which are absent from all of the previous live performances of it.
Dance music has spread across the world transcending religious & racial barriers connecting to the hearts and souls of millions. People have always felt the rhythm of music and have as a result evolved countless dance styles throughout the ages. Beginning in the late 80's in Melbourne's underground dance music party scene, a revolutionary freestyle dance began to grow and has now developed into the most unique and robust underground dance style since the birth of Breakdancing. The Melbourne Shuffle has no set steps but encourages individuality and imagination, incorporating dance moves from numerous styles such as miming, popping & locking, liquid and breaking.
Rendez-Vous a Melbourne is the official filmed record of the 1956 Olympic Games in Australia. At the time of its release, there was much controversy in the documentary-filmmaking world over the fact that the Aussies signed over exclusive distribution rights to a French firm, resulting in a boycott from other movie companies. None of this matters when the film is seen today: though not in the same league as Leni Reifenstahl's Olympiad, this 110-minute extravaganza is consistently entertaining. Fifteen cameras were utilized to lens every aspect of the event; it was then up to editors Jean Dudrumet and Monique Lacombe to burrow through miles and miles of film to cull the highlights seen herein. Portions of Rendez-Vous a Melbourne have since resurfaced in practically every Olympics documentary -- not to mention the many TV specials attending the now-biannual event.
Failed to move on. That reality is faced by Laura (Pamela Bowie), a radio broadcaster who lives in Melbourne, when she finds her first love Max (Morgan Oey), appears before her. The memory of the past is slowly returning. Max is not just her first love, but also the man who makes Laura find her purpose of life. Their youth ego make them separate. Max has to go to America to realize his dream as a lighting designer. Both agreed to realize their dream on their own ways. Max comes back when she is ready to forget him and move on to another man, Evan (Jovial da Lopez), a veterinarian, who is also the boyfriend of his friend, Cee (Aurelie Mauremans).
"The Truth About Love Tour: Live From Melbourne" is a 1 hour and 50 minute concert that was filmed in Melbourne during the Australian leg of the tour, where P!nk broke the record for most dates in one venue on the same tour, performing an astounding 18 shows to almost 250,000 fans – breaking her own record from her previous acclaimed Funhouse Tour in 2009. Pulling from her seven album repertoire, the show includes some of her biggest hits such as "Blow Me (One Last Kiss),"F***in' Perfect," "Try," "Raise Your Glass," and "So What" and P!nk's recent single, "Just Give Me A Reason" featuring Nate Ruess. "The Truth About Love Tour: Live From Melbourne" features the jaw-dropping theatrics and acrobatics that P!nk has become renowned for, collaborating with creative partner and show director Larn Poland to produce a visually stunning stage production that includes pyrotechnics, soaring stunts, and career-spanning hits.
Presented in Glorious Cinema – O – ke! A feminist documentarian, a pickup artist, and a virgin’s lives collide. Aries Santos is a Fil-Aus feminist documentarian who is struggling to complete her new film. Her subjects are the male members of ‘©TRU MALE DYNAMICS’, a company formed to teach men how to seduce women. Meanwhile, a sex worker named Melody slays into the night. The line between reality and fiction blurs, and blood is shed on the neon-lit streets of Melbourne.
Rare 1974 insight to Sharpies in Melbourne. Location: Melbourne Showgrounds.
Recorded Live in Melbourne, Australia with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra February 20 & 22, 2004.
Although there was some ‘new’ colour footage from this gig in ‘The Beatles Eight Day’s a Week – the touring years, I think it was a missed opportunity not having more from this amazing show from Melbourne in 1964. The scenes in Australia were if anything more riotous than in the US. When the Beatles arrived in Adelaide, something like half the population lined a motorcade from the airport to their hotel! I think this is one of the best filmed Beatles performances. Unlike Shea, the sound has not been ‘doctored’ – ie there have been no overdubs made, yet the Beatles sound great! For me, You Can’t Do That and Long Tall Sally are the stand out songs. I especially love the end of Long Tall Sally, when a guy looking exactly like John Lennon, manages to get on stage, and shakes John’s hand in the middle of the song!! Hopefully, in the not too distant future, we will get an official DVD of The Beatles full concert performances. If we do, this show must be included.
K-1 World GP 2001 in Melbourne
Hosted by Kitty Flanagan.
Based on the letters of a fictitious poetess to her lover. Duras reads extracts from these letters, as the film shows a boat journey down the Seine, past familiar bridges and landmarks. – BFI
An experiment in the creative use of colour visuals, natural sound and dialogue commentary, this film shows the loneliness of the aimless wanderers in the city streets contrasted with those who have companionship on their Sunday. (Award: Special Award for an Experimental Film in the Australian Film Awards, Melbourne Film Festival, 1958) Rights held by Gil Brealey.
Widely regarded as Australia's first ever film.
Uncovers an energetic, diverse and productive comics culture on the streets of Melbourne.
The show will be headlined by a tag team match, with Kazuchika Okada & Hiroshi Tanahashi facing Jay White & Bad Luck Fale. As was announced at Dominion, new IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion Will Ospreay will defend his title against Robbie Eagles in Melbourne. Ospreay, who won this year's Best of the Super Juniors tournament, defeated Dragon Lee to win the IWGP Junior Heavyweight title at Dominion. Ospreay then went to the English commentary table and said that he wanted his first defence to be against Eagles. IWGP Tag Team Champions Guerrillas of Destiny will face Juice Robinson & Mikey Nicholls in a non-title match in Melbourne, and Rocky Romero is taking on El Phantasmo in a Best of the Super Juniors rematch
Using archival film, aerial photography, stills, prints and contemporary footage, this documentary presents the city of Melbourne and its lifestyle. Looks at the unique Victorian architecture that transformed Melbourne from a tent city during the Gold Rush to a modern and prosperous city. Captures the vibrant streetscapes, the trams, the elaborate arcades and some of the institutions that cater to Melbourne's elite such as the Georges store and the Melbourne Club.
Interviews with architects, administrators, interior designers, construction workers and others associated with the construction of the Melbourne Concert Hall. Artists who have performed at the venue also give their opinion of hall. Those interviewed include: Roy Ground, Neil Haysom, Theodore Schultz, Ken Myer, John Truscott and Kenny Christophers. Shows segments from performances by Jackie Love, Cleo Laine, Sylvio Gualdo, Karen Knowles, London Early Music Group, Mondo Rock, the guitarist John Williams, Brian May's Melbourne Showband and conductors Piero Gamba, Patrick Thomas and John Hopkins. Views of Melbourne's skyline capture the Gas and Fuel buildings that were demolished to accommodate Federation Square.
Follow the busy, aspirational lifestyles of a group of driven and ambitious women who enjoy the lavish, pampered and cultured lifestyle of Melbourne. Between them, they own private jets, amazing homes and are married to high profile businessmen, including one to a rock star and another to a plastic surgeon.
A look at 1960's Melbourne & Ballarat trams.
Melbourne Weekender is hosted by Jo Silvagni. It's a weekly half-hour program showing how Melburnians can have a good weekend. The show airs on Channel 7 Melbourne, Saturdays at 5.30pm. Melbourne Weekender has a range of presenters who feature stories on gardening, pets, renovating, fishing, boating, dining, entertainment and where to take the family around Melbourne. Dr Katrina Warren is the vet dealing with pets and animals. Peter Mitchell covers entertainment and celebrities. Mel Kotsos looks at things to do with the family. Andrew Laidlaw covers gardening. Arni Sleemen is the cook that shows Melburnians the best places to dine. Reuben Buchanan covers health and fitness. The show is produced by Dreampool Productions and the website, which has free video segments available to watch, is built by Dreampool Digital.
In Melbourne Tonight, also known as "IMT", was a highly popular nightly variety television show produced at GTV-9 Melbourne from 6 May 1957 to 1970.
Nine News Melbourne is the weeknight, flagship news bulletin of the Nine Network. It is screened in Melbourne, and across Victoria. Like all Nine News bulletins, the Melbourne bulletin runs from 6-6.30pm every day. It local, national and international news, as well as sport, weather and finance.
Good Morning Melbourne is an Australian local morning show aired on Network Ten in Victoria only in between 1981 until 1988, It hosted by Roy Hampson and Annette Allison.
Homicide was an Australian television police drama series The series dealt with the homicide squad of the Victorian Police force and the various crimes and cases the detectives are called upon to investigate. Many episodes were based on real life crime cases.