Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story 2016 Ages 18+
3.15PM Sun 25 Mar 2018 (1hr 30mins)
GOMA | Cinema A | Ticketed
Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story is the extraordinary story of Hollywood actress Hedy Lamarr who came to fame in the 1930s and 40s often billed as the 'world's most beautiful woman' who, in 1941, invented a radio system which became the technological precursor to WiFi and Bluetooth. The documentary includes audio interviews with Lamarr and builds a compelling narrative of her life from a Jewish émigré who escaped her marriage to an arms dealer in Nazi Austria to Hollywood icon who became an inventor who fought to overcome the stigma of her beauty and gain recognition for her brains.
HD VIDEO, COLOUR, STEREO, 90 MINUTES, UNITED STATES / DIRECTOR/SCRIPT: ALEXANDRA DEAN / PRODUCERS: ADAM HAGGIAG, ALEXANDRA DEAN, KATHERINE DREW / CINEMATOGRAPHER: BUDDY SQUIRES / EDITOR: LINDY JANKURA / CAST: DIANE KRUGER, PETER BOGDANOVICH / PRODUCTION CO: REFRAMED PICTURES /PRINT SOURCE/RIGHTS: MADMAN ENTERTAINMENT