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The 'Godfather of Soul' is captured live at Monterey, California in January 1979, performing some of his best known tracks such as 'Get Up Offa That Thing', 'Sex Machine' and 'Please, Please, Please'.
American vibraphone player Roy Ayers and his band recorded live on the German music TV show 'Ohne Filter' in 1994
Documentary about English singer-songwriter David Bowie featuring a collection of interviews with the iconic rock star from throughout his career.
Classic musical comedy starring Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor and Debbie Reynolds. In 1927, Don Lockwood (Kelly, who co-directs) has worked his way up from being a song-and-dance man with partner Cosmo Brown (Donald O'Connor) to become a top movie star. His on-screen partner, Lina Lamont (Jean Hagen), who believes that Don loves her for real, needs to...
Oliver Stone directs this film biography of Jim Morrison, lead singer of the celebrated 1960s rock group The Doors. It traces the group's road to success, from their first rehearsal sessions through to their sell-out live concerts, and follows Morrison on the self-destructive path which would eventually take him to an early death. Starring Val Kilmer...
Sci-fi action adventure sequel to the 1982 film 'Tron'. Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund) is the rebellious technological whizzkid son of leading video-game developer Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges). After his father mysteriously disappears, Sam finds himself pulled into the dangerous virtual world that his father has been inhabiting for the past 20 years. Along...
Miles Teller and J.K Simmons star in this Academy Award-winning drama written and directed by Damien Chazelle. With a promising career as a drummer ahead of him, Andrew (Teller) enrols at one of the most prestigious music conservatories in America to try to hone in his skills and perfect his ability. When he meets Terence Fletcher (Simmons), the notoriously...
Pink Floyd1971A Period Of TransitionSmokin
Documentary about English rock band Pink Floyd which focuses particularly on their success during 1971. The programme features performance footage and interviews with the band members and those who worked with them.
Twenty years ago the ghetto was a good place to live, with crime and vice kept in check by the benevolent watchfulness of Mr Jimmy Bones (Snoop Doggy Dogg), but when Jimmy was killed by unknown parties everything began to fall apart, and the peaceable neighbourhood was soon transformed into a living hell. Now, with crack addicts littering the streets...
Clockwork OrangeA Film By Stanley KubrickWarner Home Video
Stanley Kubrick's controversial film triggered copycat violence on its initial release and as a result the director withdrew the film from circulation in Britain, keeping it suppressed right up to his death in 1999. The film follows sadistic punk Alex (Malcolm McDowell) as he takes his gang on a rape and murder spree, showing absolutely no mercy to...
Biopic of Joy Division singer Ian Curtis. Directed by photographer Anton Corbijn, who took some of Joy Division's most iconic pictures, this film is inspired by the book 'Touching From A Distance' written by Curtis' widow, Deborah, who is played here by Samantha Morton. It tells the story of how Curtis (Sam Riley), married to Deborah at a young age,...
Live performance from the British rockers The Rolling Stones. This footage shows the band performing live at Oxford's Marquee Club in 1971, shortly after the completion of their UK tour. The tracks featured include 'I Got the Blues', 'Midnight Rambler', '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction' and 'Brown Sugar'.
Bernard Rose writes and directs this comedy drama based on the life of celebrated British drug smuggler Howard Marks. Rhys Ifans stars as Marks, the charismatic Welshman who is drawn into drug dealing after he graduates from Oxford University and qualifies to become a school teacher. Marks's legitimate career soon disappears in a puff of smoke, however,...
PosseThe Untold Story Of The Wild WestMGM Home Entertainment
Mario Van Peebles' story of ex-slave Jesse Lee who was conscripted into the Spanish American War in 1892 and who, along with his squadron of black conscripts, was ordered by Colonel Graham (Billy Zane) to ambush a supply column that happens to be laden with gold. However, Lee and his men realise that once they have stolen the gold Graham plans to kill...
A documentary record of the free Rolling Stones concert which took place in Hyde Park on 5th July 1969, two days after the death of guitarist Brian Jones. Includes interview footage and a number of classic performances.
Documentary which focuses on Pink Floyd founder Syd Barrett and tells the story of his life, work and time with the band.
Steve McQueen stars in this classic drama directed by Norman Jewison. The story follows self-made property developer Thomas Crown (McQueen) who masterminds a successful billion-dollar bank job, even though he has no need of the money. Beautiful insurance investigator Vicky Anderson (Faye Dunaway) begins to look into the case and instinctively picks...
Bob Geldof plays Pink, a burned out rock star holed up in a Los Angeles hotel. He reminisces on his life, from his wartime birth to his present circumstances. The film contains no dialogue; rather the narrative is carried by the Pink Floyd soundtrack and the Gerald Scarfe animation
Don Cheadle directs and stars as Miles Davis in this biopic about the influential jazz musician. The film begins in the late 1970s during a dark and troubled time of Davis's life in which, after giving up performing, he mostly lived as a recluse in his Upper West Side apartment in New York. When insistent reporter Dave Brill (Ewan McGregor) from Rolling...
Gordon Parks was born with, he says, a stubborn need to be somebody. Though Parks is remembered most notably as a photographer and filmmaker, on his enthralling climb to fame between 1944 and 1978 he was successful in many pursuits, including journalism, poetry, and music. It was not always an easy journey, but by thirty-six he had overcome many obstacles...
Thriller starring the late Tupac Shakur in which the attempt of four young black men to gain street cred through an armed robbery backfires. Bishop (Shakur), Q (Omar Epps), Raheem (Khalil Kain) and Steel (Jermaine Hopkins) are a group of friends growing up in the tough New York neighbourhood of Harlem. One day, tired of harassment from police and a...
Mid-1960s comedy adventure based on Peter O'Donnell's comic strip. When former crime boss and sassy spy Modesty Blaise (Monica Vitti) is recruited by the British intelligence services to help prevent a diamond heist by a notorious international gang led by Gabriel (Dirk Bogarde), she quickly realises that she has been set up - and responds by recruiting...
Musical adaptation of Colin MacInnes' novel about teenage life in 1950s London. Set in 1958, young photographer Colin (Eddie O'Connell) falls in love with aspring model Crepe Suzette (Patsy Kensit), but her interests lie more in her budding career than in the affections of a man. When Crepe leaves town to pursue her dreams, Colin is taken under the...
Critically-acclaimed Russian arthouse feature from the Soviet era. The film covers the life of the 18th century Armenian poet Arutiun Sayadin (Sofiko Chiaureli), also known as Sayat Nova. He began as a carpet weaver's apprentice, then became a court minstrel and finally an archbishop. The film's director Paradjanov was imprisoned in 1974 and on his...
American action drama starring Pam Grier. Model-turned-photographer Friday Foster (Grier) is at Los Angeles airport to record the arrival of millionaire Blake Tarr (Thalmus Rasulala), the country's wealthiest African American, when she witnesses three men attempting to assassinate him. Photographing the melee, Foster teams up with private eye Colt Hawkins...
Disney's classic first venture into the field of computer-generated animation. Whizz-kid computer programmer Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges) tries to hack into the ENCOM computer system, but his efforts are continually frustrated by the Master Control Program. One night he is actually transported into the system, where he again comes up against the oppressive...
Director, writer and producer Spike Lee's film about the life of the controversial black leader Malcolm X, who emerged from the streets to become a powerful voice for the black rights movement in America. The film follows X (Denzel Washington) from his days as a Harlem pusher, through his conversion to Islam in prison, his pilgrimage to Mecca and finally...
MapplethorpeLook At The PicturesA Film by Fenton Bailey & Randy BarbatoDogwoof Digital
Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato direct this documentary on the life of controversial artist Robert Mapplethorpe who used photography to examine and explore sadomasochism and male genitalia. In complete contrast to his conservative upbringing in a suburban Catholic family, Mapplethorpe became known for the production of his provocative images throughout...
Documentary profile of New York Times fashion photographer Bill Cunningham. At 80-years-old, Cunningham still maintains a lively passion for street photography, charity work and his fashion column in the New York Times, which has a devoted following among fashionistas including Vogue editor Anna Wintour, who is a contributor to the film. For an afficionado...
John Travolta stars in this 1970s drama about a young man who dreams of a better life. Tony (Travolta) is a Brooklyn roughneck stuck in a dead-end job as a salesman in a paint shop. He lives for Saturday night down at the disco where his stylish dancing has made him something of a local hero. But Tony wants more than his small world can offer. Through...
NasTime Is IllmaticA Film by One9 & Erik ParkerDogwoof Digital
Documentary detailing the creative process and cultural significance of American rapper Nas's highly-praised and seminal 1994 album 'Illmatic'. The film includes contributions from Nas himself, as well as Busta Rhymes and Alicia Keys among others, to gain an insight into the album's creation, its ongoing influence in the rap scene, and its thematic...
Stanley Nelson directs this documentary that chronicles the history of the Black Panther Party. From their formation in 1966 in Oakland, California, the film follows the revolutionary African-American group's rise throughout the '60s and '70s and features interviews with former members, FBI members and street police officers that clashed with the party,...
Jean Cocteau's classic fantasy re-casts the well-known fairy tale. When Beauty's father picks a rose at a deserted castle, a beast in Prince's clothing appears and tells him he must die. He sends the man home to say good-bye to his family, whereupon Beauty offers to take her father's place. She goes off to the castle but instead of killing her,...
Jean-Luc Godard writes and directs this French crime drama starring Anna Karina, Claude Brasseur and Sami Frey. Streetwise Parisians Franz and Arthur (Frey and Brasseur) team up with the shy Odile (Karina) to plan a robbery. As the trio's overdeveloped fantasies are worked out whilst visiting the Louvre, cafés and even play-acting shootouts, it soon...
Quentin Tarantino directs this twisting homage to the black action movies of the 1970s. Air stewardess Jackie Brown (Pam Grier) also smuggles money on the side for gunrunner Ordell Robbie (Samuel L. Jackson). When she is caught with $50,000 and a consignment of cocaine, she makes a deal with Ordell: if convicted, she will not shop him as long as...
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