The last installement of Bodyline clips (the uncut version) is finally online: you can find the whole set in MULTIMEDIA archive and in the YOUTUBE playlist. Also new in the archive, the missing clip (Dadah11) from the Dadah is Death set, and the Happy Feet Behind the Scenes clips. Two new Riflemind reviews have […]
I added another four scenes cut/edited from the DVD edition of Bodyline: It’s not just cricket. Download them in the MULTIMEDIA archive or check them out on YOUTUBE.
I added two extended scenes that were cut from the DVD edition of Bodyline: It’s not just cricket. Download them in the MULTIMEDIA archive or check them out on YOUTUBE. I’m still going through the whole mini-series, some more extra scenes might pop up.
Legends of the Ashes – Blog August 23, 2007 1932-33: Bodyline Bodyline, also known as fast leg theory, was a cricketing tactic devised by the English cricket team for their 1932–33 Ashes tour of Australia, specifically to combat the extraordinary batting skill of Australia’s Don Bradman. A Bodyline bowler deliberately aimed the cricket ball […]
The rest of the clips from Bodyline: It’s not just Cricket have been added both to the MULTIMEDIA archive and on YouTube’s Bodyline PLAYLIST. Enjoy!
Three more clips from Bodyline: It’s not just Cricket have been added both to the MULTIMEDIA archive and on YouTube’s Bodyline PLAYLIST. I hope to be able to add more soon, including some extra ones from the un-edited version that aired on television.
Added the clips of Episode 2 and 3 of Bodyline: It's not just Cricket both to the MULTIMEDIA section and on the Bodyline PLAYLIST on YouTube. Also, In the Company of Actors will be screened both at the Melbourne International Film Festival (on August 5, 2007) and at the Civic Cinema in Gunnedah. More screenings […]
There are still quite a few episodes that I have to go through but in the meantime I uploaded 8 clips from the first episode of 1984's Australian mini-series Bodyline: It's not Just Cricket.
The Saturday Paper Harry Windsor May 18, 2019 During his illustrious career, Hugo Weaving has consistently returned to the STC stage, where he currently stars in Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. The actor discusses his upbringing, his concerns about the local film industry, and sharing the stage with his son. “I thought […]