Exploring the partnership of Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon, beginning in 1966 with Fosse directing the film Sweet Charity, starring Shirley MacLaine in the role made famous by Bob's wife Gwen on Broadway.
Gwen is in Majorca with Joan to reflect on her relationship with Bob, who she has caught being unfaithful. She reflects on how she met Fosse during the show Damn Yankees when he asked to audition her. Show more
Action thriller. A veteran jewel thief (Gene Hackman) and his crew agree to one last robbery for a bigshot mobster to fund their retirement. Show more
Drama starring Sam Rockwell and Mischa Barton. A ten-year-old girl's parents are aghast when she forms a strong attachment to a young male gardener in their gated community. Show more
Adaptation of Douglas Adams's cult sci-fi comedy novel. Escaping the Earth's destruction, Arthur (Martin Freeman) embarks on a galactic journey in search of the meaning of life. Show more
Crime caper comedy, starring William H Macy. A jailed petty thief is given a plan for the perfect heist from a lifer in prison, but pulling it off proves to be a problem. Show more
Oddball black comedy based on the cult memoirs of Chuck Barris (Sam Rockwell), a successful TV gameshow producer who claimed to moonlight as a CIA assassin in his spare time. Show more
As Fosse struggles with the editing of the film Cabaret, he has also taken on the direction of a new musical Pippin. Gwen is thrilled to be offered her first straight Broadway play. Show more
Fosse is too nervous to attend the premiere of Cabaret and is woken the next morning by his friend Paddy with the reviews. Gwen is struggling with her first straight play, Children, Children. Show more
Three months after checking himself out of a psychiatric clinic, Bob hires a weekend house in the country to help comfort the recently bereaved Neil Simon. Show more
The stress is beginning to get to Bob as the editing of Lenny overlaps with the preparations for the start of Chicago. Show more
The rehearsals for Chicago are finally underway, with Bob out of hospital and Gwen raring to go. Show more
Comedy sci-fi adventure. The stars of TV show Galaxy Quest are beamed aboard a spacecraft by an alien race who believe them to be actual heroes. Show more
The story behind one of the most unforgettable moments in TV history - David Frost's interview with disgraced President Richard Nixon. Starring Michael Sheen and Frank Langella. Show more
Psychological thriller about a lunar miner nearing the end of his three-year mission. Then a moon buggy accident sets in motion a terrifying string of surreal experiences. Show more
Quirky biographical drama chronicling the remarkable rise to power of the apparently unremarkable Dick Cheney, George W Bush's vice-president, during 9/11 and beyond.