Episode 2.07

After stealing an orchid, we create Australian television history with the first ever broadcast 3D sequence, talk to director and producer Rob Connolly about banks and Hollywood, then look at thriller Premonition and love story Evening.

First aired on 19 July 2007

The Bazura Project 2.07 – Opening

The opening sequence where we’d originally planned to cram in sex and guns and car chases and characters learning profound life lessons and growing and coming to like each other and overcoming obstacles to succeed in the end. The Bazura Project is like that. We feel very strongly about this.

The Bazura Project 2.07 – News

Dracula returns, kids get too much fantasy, Spielberg meets Sorkin, and we pay tribute to a great Australian filmmaker.

The Bazura Project 2.07 – Feature Story

Get yourself some 3D glasses (red on the left eye, cyan on the right), and watch as The Bazura Project becomes the first ever Australian television program broadcast in 3D!

The Bazura Project 2.07 – Interview

Noted producer and director Robert Connolly talks about Australian bureaucracy and the lure of Hollywood.

The Bazura Project 2.07 – Reviews

We look at the creepy Sandra Bullock movie Premonition, the weepy love story Evening, and the sleepy Show and Found item that isn’t actually sleepy as much as weird, but we had a cool rhyming scheme going on.

The Bazura Project 2.07 – Outro