Three women united by friendship. Three women connected by music. Three women divided by fame. They were three women struggling to make a living when fate smiled at them. From anonymity, they were thrust into a world of glittering lights and deafening adoration. But much that celebrity brought them good things, it too, began to destroy them. They became too consumed by their fame that, one day, without them knowing, the friendship that had been their anchor was fast crumbling down?
Let Doctor Devious and the wise men take you on a journey to cyberspace. As you travel through, take a hold and feel the incomprehensible power, relax… Reach for the alpha state where your subconscious resides.
In this short animation a single room is the setting for a lyrical dance through time about family roots. The objects in the room swirl, rearrange and change themselves to reflect the passing seasons, years and generations. As Victorian Christmas fantasies give way to computer-age realities, the procession of objects reaffirms the values that endure the vagaries of fashion and the ravages of time.
In an unconventional and upbeat form, “Broken Vibes” takes us off to the heart of the Broken Beat universe, a musical mixture born at the end of the last century brewing and drawing influences from the wide spectrum of Black Music : Jazz, Hip-Hop, Soul, Drum&Bass... Reaching further the mere documentary on a musical genre, “Broken Vibes” aims at exploring the social, cultural and economical aspects of a movement, once local and now international, that grew amid a collective of talented and dedicated young people stemming from “West London”, a neighbourhood which had previously witnessed the birth of Punk, Acid Jazz, Jungle music…and of the sound systems culture nowadays embodied by the infamous Notting Hill Carnival.
Documentary about the punk began in Rio de Janeiro, the first punk band: Coquetel Molotov. The band Coquetel Molotov came in 1981 in Rio de Janeiro, in the suburbs, in the neighborhood of Meier, most of the members were students and skaters the Campo Grande rink and Tatu and Lúcio Flávio as members, some time later, both conquer the national and international championships skate. Two other components were Cesar and Omar Nine. The Brazil was at that time a critical political situation and undefined, with many social changes; Punk came as a cry for freedom among young people with no future prospects, the periphery, the suburbs, the megalopolis, against a crushing system with huge social differences, the motto of the youth of that time was the "Do It Yourself".
Performance for French TV
Filmed at the Isle of Wight Festival on Sunday August 30th 1970. Free, here at their zenith, played to in excess of 0.6 million people!
A rare recording of Stevie Wonder in his prime. One of his best!
A model, whose brother committed suicide by hanging himself, is the girlfriend of a rock singer. The city is hit by a series of killings. A secret admirer of the model is responsible for discovering the murderer.
As the most successful cross-over band ever, Blondie sold more than 15 million albums with a string of mega-hits
The Lee Thompson Ska Orchestra play a set live from the West Holts Stage at Glastonbury 2014
In 1979, James Brown flew to Santa Cruz, California to make a comeback performance. The filmed tapes of that show were locked away for 12 years, until now. In one of his greatest shows, Brown performs "Sex Machine," "Get Up Offa That Thing," "Georgia on My Mind," "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag" and more. 1 Get Up Offa That Thing 2 Body Heat 3 Try Me 4 Sex Machine 5 Georgia On My Mind 6 Please Please Please 7 Can't Stand It 8 Papa's Got A New Bag 9 Jam
Backed by a symphony orchestra, singing superstar Julio Iglesias puts on a lively performance for 20,000 enthusiastic fans in this concert program, filmed live in 1981 at the Sultan's Pool, Jerusalem's natural amphitheater. Iglesias performs such beloved classics as "El Amor," "De Nina a Mujer," "Guantanemera," "33 Anos," "Quiereme Mucho," "Con Una Pinta Asi," "Si Me Dejas, No Vale," "Pobre Diablo," "Hey!" and more.
Live 1985 performance from British post-punk band, The Chameleons.
Homage to Puerto Rican composers, musicians, and singers.
The film depicts a 'super roadie' who fights evil orange jumpsuit-wearing bouncers stopping a rock and roll crowd from having a good time. He then falls foul of an evil wench who seduces and cuts his hair in order to take away his strength.
The Tuna Estudiantil de Cayey interprets several melodies of popular Christmas music. Special emphasis of typical musical instruments such as guitar, mandolin, güiros, and tambourines are made.