Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind comes to Fox Showcase

A revealing new documentary Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind, exploring the life of iconic Hollywood actor Natalie Wood screens next month on Fox Showcase.

The feature-length documentary film delves in to actor Natalie Wood’s life and career through the unique perspective of her daughter, Natasha Gregson Wagner and others who knew her best.

The film features previously unseen home movies, photographs, diaries, letters and artefacts, as well as intimate interviews with her friends, family, co-stars and colleagues; re-examining her personal and professional triumphs and challenges, which have often been overshadowed by her tragic death at age 43.

Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind is from Amblin Television, produced by Gregson Wagner and Manoah Bowman (author of Natalie Wood: Reflections on a Legendary Life), with Lauren Bouzereau directing and producing. Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey are executive producing for Amblin Television.

Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind is an HBO documentary film and is exclusive in Australia to Foxtel. The documentary is available to watch on FOX SHOWCASE and to stream for Foxtel subscribers On Demand via internet connected IQ boxes, on smartphones and tablets using the Foxtel GO app, and via Foxtel NOW.

The film features on Foxtel’s Wednesdays at 8.30pm documentary timeslot, screening on FOX SHOWCASE and streaming on Foxtel NOW. The following exclusive documentaries will also premiere in May:

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