Seven more enchanting stories told through live action and vibrantly-coloured animation. Follow Baby Jake on his magical travels as he has fun in the jungle with Sydney the Monkey, plays clapping games in the snow with Pengy Quin and enjoys outer space escapades with the Hamsternauts. Episodes: 1. The boogie beat 2. Flappy clapping 3. Being upside down 4. Making noise 5. Jumping 6. Swinging 7. Party time
An essay around the streets, as an homage to Fernando Pessoa
The story of Kenyan athlete David Rudisha, the greatest 800m runner the world has ever seen, and his unusual coach, the Irish Catholic missionary Brother Colm O'Connell.
Living somewhere in present-day Quebec, Boris Malinowski has achieved all his goals. A freethinker, open-minded and proud, he also displays a certain arrogance when it comes to his successes. For some time now, his wife Béatrice, a Canadian government minister, has been bedridden, suffering from a mysterious depression. To escape from his wife’s agony, Boris begins a relationship with a colleague, Helga, and gets close to Klara, a young woman who works as a maid in Boris’s home. The sudden appearance of a stranger in his life forces Boris to come face-to-face with the world, with everything he takes for granted, with all his certainties.
Beatriz, an immigrant from a poor town in Mexico, has drawn on her innate kindness to build a career as a health practitioner. Doug Strutt is a cutthroat, self-satisfied billionaire. When these two opposites meet at a dinner party, their worlds collide, and neither will ever be the same.
Documentary that creates a sensory relationship to the spaces where Hindustani music used to be perform in early 20th century Bombay
Before the end of 1976, Bowie's interest in the burgeoning German music scene, as well as his drug addiction, prompted him to move to West Berlin to clean up and revitalise his career. Working with Brian Eno while sharing an apartment in Schöneberg with Iggy Pop, he began to focus on minimalist, ambient music for the first of three albums, co-produced with Tony Visconti, that would become known as his Berlin Trilogy.
Using original film clips and interviews, this film illustrates the 1950s social movement termed the Beat Generation. Disillusioned with post-World War II America, Beat Generation writers and painters came together because they felt mainstream America was becoming out of touch with humanity and the individual. In their interviews, characters such as 'Allen Ginsberg' , Neal Cassady, Jack Kerouac, and Gregory Corso express their disdain for a society that defines success and happiness in terms of superior technology, cars, and clothing. Those individuals discuss the false conventionality of society and the dangerous world of shock treatments and conformity in which they found themselves. Their goal is to redefine this world to reflect the endless possibilities that characterize America.
Led by pianist / singer Gary Brooker, this 1971 Beat Club Workshop showcases the band at the height of their career. The show features BJ Wilson on drums, Chris Chopping on organ, Dave Ball on guitar, Allan Cartwright on bass, and Gary Brooker on piano and vocals. Superb musicianship and artistry come blazing through in these rare and exciting performances of artists and groups of the 60s, 70s, and 80s. These are the international stars that were part of the televised monthly music show Beat Club and MusikLaden. Filmed in Germany at the television studios of Radio Bremen, MusikLaden (originally known as Beat Club) became a TV classic not only for the fans, but also for the artists who took part. There was no time limitation on song length so artists were able to perform live concert versions of their most popular hit songs.
An eccentric clock, erratic, running backwards and forwards, skipping beats, announcing the hours of chrysanthemums, electric orgasms, blood, noise and other coincidences.
In a spoof on the contemporary sacred cons, two yuppy couples get entangled with warring smugglers of dope that include fake priests and nuns as well as Japanese and Chinese agents.
The Bluetones play live at London's Shepherds Bush Empire on November 18th 2005. Tracks include 'Bluetonic', 'Keep the Home Fires Burning', 'Marblehead Johnson', 'Slight Return' and 'Never Going Nowhere'.
Kagura refers to the performance of traditional Shinto music and dance. In the northeastern part of Japan, the Kuromori Kagura Troupe has been visiting the villages of Iwate Prefecture for more than 340 years, providing repose for the souls of the deceased and encouragement for the living. This film takes us on a fascinating journey into a country where gods, spirits, and demons still roam.
Setlist: 1. Prowler 2. Sanctuary 3. Phantom of the Opera 4. Iron Maiden 5. Wrathchild 6. Innocent Exile 7. Sanctuary 8. Another Life
A psychedelic, satirical exploration of college relationships, hook-up culture, and the hypocrisy of those looking for love. Charlie, a neurotic college student, seeks revenge after his hook-up starts hooking-up with someone else.
On May 25 and September 26, 1970, as promotion for their first two studio albums, Black Sabbath made two appearances in the city of Bremen, Germany, for the music program Beat-Club, performing the songs Paranoid, Black Sabbath, Iron Man and Blue Suede Shoes. The performances were officially released on DVD as part of the Black Box set in 2004.
Somewhere in France during the Middle Ages. Béatrice is impatient to see her father return from English captivity. She doesn't expect however that the father whom she loves from distance will be the most hateful person who will submit her and her family to abuse and humiliation.