This episode of Sydney Stories with Warren Fahey offers a social history of Kings Cross entertainment from the high life to the low life, and explains why the suburb remains such a special
A family conference in a deserted café about what to do in the wake of the murder of two cops in which the brothers have been involved.
Fragments of Friday is a comedy about three women navigating their twenties. It's about piecing together the night before, with your best mates by your side.
This clip is from an episode of the true crime documentary series Crime Investigation Australia (2007), detailing the disappearance of local Griffith anti-drugs campaigner and aspiring pol
An unidentified expert is interviewed in 1978 expressing his opinions on players' welfare. He also denies that drugs can improve the performance of players.
Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski) has been kidnapped by Colombian drug boss Luis Rico. Mick has intercepted the film that Rico wants, so he waits for a contact.
J (James Frecheville) is travelling as a passenger in Craig’s car in the Melbourne beachside suburb of St Kilda when a couple of youths pull up beside them at traffic lights and insult them.
At the very start of the film a young man (J, played by James Frecheville) is on the couch watching a TV game show while an older woman sits slumped – apparently asleep – beside him.
This dramatised film features Noah Taylor in one of his first roles, as a teenage drug dealer.
Still from Out of Control (1988), featuring Jeremy Shadlow as troubled teen Tony, and Noah Taylor as Harvey, the friend who introduces them to the world of drugs and alcohol.