Kötü Çocuk (2017)
The Billion Dollar Car (2014)
I'm Married, Ha Ha (1962)
Toto vs. the Black Pirate (1964)
Toto vs. the Black Pirate (Italian: Totò contro il pirata nero) is a 1964 Italian adventure-comedy film written and directed by Fernando Cerchio.
Atrapados en el miedo (1985)
Gyodoso World Cup (2001)
Carriage to Vienna (1966)
Coach to Vienna (Czech: Kočár do Vídně, in USA released as Carriage to Vienna) is a 1966 Czech war thriller directed by Karel Kachyňa.
The Transcendents (2018)
Vampire Girls (2011)
The Visible Compendium (1991)
The Secret Santa (2014)
The Next Kill (2018)
The Blair Witch Legacy Fan Film (2018)
Space 1889: The Secret of Phobos (2018)
Sidney & Friends (2018)
Red Call (2018)
Me, My Phone & I (2018)
In the Wake of Ire (2018)
If Something Happens (2018)
Goin' Rectal (2018)
El Closet (2018)
The Celebrated Gisaeng (2014)
Jazzmix in New York (2011)
Fauré: Requiem – Paavo Järvi & L’Orchestre de Paris (2012)
Baritone Matthias Goerne, soprano Chen Reiss, cellist Eric Picard and violinist Philippe Aïche come together at Paris’s renowned Salle Pleyel for a concert of Fauré’s works for chorus and orchestra. They are joined by the Orchestre de Paris under the baton of its new musical director, the GRAMMY Award winning conductor Paavo Järvi. Central to the programme is Fauré’s profound and graceful Requiem, which is complemented by the Cantique de Jean Racine and the rarely performed psalm-setting Super flumina Babylonis, all beautifully sung by the Choeur de l’Orchestre de Paris, and imbued with a delicate intensity by Järvi. With the expressive Élégie for cello and orchestra, this is a luxurious all-Fauré event.
Seiji Ozawa at the Matsumoto Festival (2017)
Seiji Ozawa is not only a world-famous Japanese conductor, but also a founder and director of the Saito Kinen Festival Matsumoto, home of the Saito Kinen Orchestra, which in 2015 was renamed the Seiji Ozawa Matsumoto Festival (OMF). In this all-Beethoven program, Ozawa conducts the popular Beethoven Symphonies Nos. 2 & 7, performed with his fellow colleagues of the Saito Kinen Orchestra.
Celibidache Conducts the Berliner Philharmoniker (2012)
In 1992, the revered conductor Sergiu Celibidache returned to conduct the Berliner Philharmoniker for the first time in thirty-eight years. This stupendous event was to be his final concert with the famous orchestra, and it is the only video recording in existence of Celibidache conducting the Berliner Philharmoniker. Bruckner’s majestic Symphony No. 7 is given an expansive, triumphant performance that fills the Schauspielhaus with rich, ripe and burnished sound. To maximise the artistic impact of this momentous occasion, the video assets have been restored and upscaled from 4:3 to 16:9. Recorded live in the Schauspielhaus, Berlin, 31 March and 1 April 1992, directed by Rodney Greenberg. Includes the 54 mins. Documentary ‘The Triumphant Return’ directed by Wolfgang Becker. The film documents the maestro Celibidache’s reunion with the Berliner Philharmoniker after 38 years, and includes extensive footage from the rehearsals of Bruckner’s Symphony No. 7 and interviews with former orchestra members. Released on EuroArts’s new sub-label: Recorded Excellence – Historical Value.
Jacques Loussier: "Play Bach and More" (2005)
In 1959, Jacques Loussier hit upon the idea that was to make his international reputation, by combining his interest in jazz with his love of J.S. Bach. Only a pianist with such an exceptional classical technique and deft improvisatory skill could have nurtured such a vision. He founded the Play Bach Trio, which used Bach's compositions as the basis for jazz improvisation. The trio immediately caught the public imagination. In their live appearances, tours and concerts, plus a succession of recordings built on the cornerstone of four albums made between 1960 and 1963, Loussier's group achieved the breakthrough to popular commercial success enjoyed by only a select few jazz musicians. In fifteen years, the trio sold over six million albums! On July 28th 2004, the day of Bach's 254th anniversary of death, the Jacques Loussier Trio perform a special concert at the famous St. Thomas Church of Leipzig - the city where Bach composed many of his most famous works.
Lucerne Festival 04: Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 5 (2005)
With the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, a globally unique orchestra was formed, made sure of great moments and international headlines. "A conductor is back, an orchestra reborn" the New York Times wrote, "The miracle of Lucerne" praised the Berliner Tagesspiegel. In the summer of 2004, the Lucerne Festival Orchestra embarks on its second season. Once again, Claudio Abbado stands at the music stand of an exquisite orchestra drawing together outstanding orchestral musicians and soloists such as Kolja Blacher, Natalia Gutman, Reinhold Friedrich and Sabine Meyer. Live-recording including Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 5.
Berliner Philharmoniker – the Singapore Concert (2013)
The tour of the Berliner Philharmoniker and their musical director Sir Simon Rattle in 2010 concluded in Singapore – their only stopover in Asia for the very first time. Described by many as the finest orchestra in the world, the Berliner Philharmoniker present Mahler’s First Symphony – a unique and breath-taking experience in the spectacular Esplanade Theatres on the Bay in Singapore. Mahler’s first symphony, originally bynamed as “Titan”, lures the audience into a great symphonic world of sounds. The orchestra is visualized as the sounding body, musical structures intertwine and music becomes visible. The capture of space in the image complies with Mahler’s aesthetic of composition, its natural sounds and the diverse levels of different musical styles. This concert is also available as an outstanding 3D version (programme number 5838) that will be released in cinemas worldwide in 2011.
Philharmonic Berlin 2014 (2014)
Both come from Buenos Aires, both have made global careers for themselves. Martha Argerich and Daniel Barenboim are not only fellow countrymen; they also both began to give concerts in their youth, as soloists and with an orchestra. In addition, the two have a particular interest in chamber music in common - the repertoire spanning from the classics to modernism. They now appear together: a summit meeting of two of the most eminent pianists of the past few decades and of the present.
Project Acheron: Patagonia (2015)
This documentary follows four elite athletes as they traverse the beautiful and wild terrain of Patagonia. Led by two American Navy SEALs and a Patagonian guide, the team undergoes a physical and spiritual transformation that they never expected.
David Golder (1931)
David Golder is a 1931 French drama film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Harry Baur, Paule Andral and Jackie Monnier. It is an adaptation of Irène Némirovsky's 1929 novel David Golder, about a self-made Jewish businessman.
Wild 90 (1968)
Wild 90 is a 1968 experimental film directed and produced by U.S. novelist Norman Mailer, who also plays the starring role.
Deconstructing The Beatles' Rubber Soul (2017)
In October 1965, The Beatles were faced with an impossible task—produce a new album of original music for a Christmas release. Within one month, The Beatles had emerged with what many consider to be one of their greatest albums—Rubber Soul. They even had time to create a double A-side single, “We Can Work It Out” backed by “Day Tripper.” Both sides of the single, as well as the album, hit number one on the charts.
In Deconstructing The Beatles' Rubber Soul, composer/producer Scott Freiman walks Beatles fans young and old through the creation of Rubber Soul. Learn the stores behind the creation of “Norwegian Wood,” “In My Life,” “Nowhere Man,” and other classic Beatles songs. Mr. Freiman conducts an educational journey into the creative process of The Beatles performances and recording sessions.
Deconstructing Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (2017)
The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is one of the most influential albums of our time. Rolling Stone described it as “the most important rock & roll album ever made, an unsurpassed adventure in concept, sound, songwriting, cover art and studio technology by the greatest rock & roll group of all time.”In Deconstructing Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, composer, musician, and Beatles expert, Scott Freiman, looks at Sgt. Pepper from multiple angles, exploring the history behind the music. Mr. Freiman conducts an educational journey into the creative process of The Beatles performances and recording sessions. You are guaranteed to leave amazed at The Beatles’ innovation in the studio and have a newfound appreciation for the talents of Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, and Starr.
Silvesterkonzert 2004 (2004)
Armonía, Franco et mon grand-père (2019)
Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular (2014)
La vie est à nous (1936)
Life Belongs to Us (French: La vie est à nous) is a 1936 documentary propaganda film paid for by the Communist Party of France. Parts of the film was taken from newsreels mixed with new sketches about working population, the peasants and intellectuals.
Broken Goddess (1973)
Winter Wind (1969)
Beauty And The Beast (1981)
Vpered, vremya! (1977)
Winnie the Pooh Discovers the Seasons (1981)
Winnie the Pooh Discovers the Seasons is a short film made by Walt Disney Productions' educational media division, released on September 6, 1981.
(Blooper) Bunny! (1991)
(Blooper) Bunny is an eight-minute Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Greg Ford and Terry Lennon, with music by George Daugherty, produced in 1991 by Warner Bros. Animation. Featuring the voice talents of Jeff Bergman and Gordon Hunt, the short is a parody of some of the specials produced for Bugs Bunny's 50th anniversary the previous year. The short never received its intended theatrical release and was shelved for several years. It was finally given a television premiere on June 13, 1997, after Cartoon Network discovered the film sitting unseen in the vaults. It is featured on the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 1 as of 2003.
Porky's Snooze Reel (1941)
Porky's Baseball Broadcast (1940)
Gypsy Magic (1997)
Gypsy Magic is a 1997 Macedonian film directed by Stole Popov. It was Macedonia's submission to the 70th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Rock-a-Bye Bear (1952)
Survivors of the Holocaust (1996)
And in the Morning They Woke Up (2003)
Lana - Königin der Amazonen (1964)
Shades of Gray (1997)
Méditerranée is a 1963 French experimental film directed by Jean-Daniel Pollet with assistance from Volker Schlöndorff. It was written by Philippe Sollers and produced by Barbet Schroeder, with music by Antione Duhamel. The 45 minute film is cited as one of Pollet's most influential films, which according to Jonathan Rosenbaum directly influenced Jean-Luc Goddard's Contempt, released later the same year. Footage for the film was shot around the Mediterranean, including at a Greek temple, a Sicilian garden, the sea, and also features a fisherman, a bullfighter, and a girl on an operating table.
Bitcoin Big Bang: l'improbable épopée de Mark Karpeles (2018)
Volshebnyy magazin (1953)
Cupid's Pranks (1908)
A Suburbanite's Ingenious Alarm (1908)
The Chinese Shadows (1908)
The Mischance of a Photographer (1908)
The King and the Jester (1908)
Scullion's Dream (1908)
The Gold Spider (1908)
La rosales (1984)
FC Barcelona Confidential (2004)
Mi hermano Fidel (1977)
The Song of Destiny (1957)
The Amazing Feats of Young Hercules (1997)
The Amazing Feats of Young Hercules is a 1997 animated short film distributed by UAV Entertainment. The Greek mythological hero Hercules, as a teenager, longs to be free and be just like Zeus, the supreme Greek god. Zeus gives him the chance to by giving him four challenges, involving encounters with such monsters as the Stymphalian Birds, the Hydra and a Gorgon. Along the way, Hercules is accompanied by Pegasus and also meets a talking loudmouth female sable named Falina who tells Hercules that she used to be a princess until the day Hera turned her into a sable when she mentioned that Aphrodite was prettier than Hera. She tags along with Hercules and helps him in the challenges, and in the end is returned to her human form.
Babies Rolling Eggs (1902)
Christmas Fever (1997)
Age 7 in America (1991)
Age 7 in America is a 1991 American documentary film produced by Michael Apted, co-produced by Vicky Bippart, directed by Phil Joanou, and narrated by Meryl Streep. It details the lives of 7-year-old Americans from across the continental United States, of varying social classes and ethnicities. Patterned after the Up series of the United Kingdom, Age 7 in America has been succeeded by the films 14 Up in America (1998), also directed by Joanou and produced by Vicky Bippart, and 21 Up in America (2006), directed by Christopher Dillon Quinn and produced by Vicky Bippart.
In the Shadow of the Blue Rascal (1986)
The Revenue Man and the Girl (1911)
La carga de la policía montada (1964)
The Little Prince's Rap Against The Wicked Souls (2000)
Botero Born In Medellin (2008)
The Last American Soldier (1988)
Le fils du flibustier (1922)
Cirque du Soleil: Varekai (2003)
Deep within a forest, at the summit of a volcano, there is an extraordinary world-a world where something else is possible. A world called Varekai. From the sky falls a solitary young man, and the story of Varekai begins. Parachuted into the shadows of a magical forest, a kaleidoscopic world populated by fantastical creatures, this young man sets off on an adventure both absurd and extraordinary.
For Right Or Wrong (2006)
The Crown Knights (1997)
Lenin in Paris (1981)
Lenin in Paris (Russian: Ленин в Париже, translit. Lenin v Parizhe) is a Soviet biopic directed by Sergei Yutkevich in 1981 on Mosfilm.
Hamilton Mattress (2001)
Aide-toi, le ciel t'aidera (2008)
With a Little Help from Myself (French: Aide-toi, le ciel t'aidera) is a 2008 French comedy-drama film written and directed by François Dupeyron. The film received four nominations at the 14th Lumières Awards and won Best Director for Dupeyron.
Amore Estremo (2006)
The Queens Of Country (2009)
Offside (German: Eine andere Liga) is a 2005 German drama film directed by Buket Alakuş.
They Looked Away (2003)
The Work of Director Anton Corbijn (2005)
Watch the Directors Label Trailer The Directors Label Series highlights the work of the filmmakers who have helped to redefine music videos and filmmaking over the last decade. Each volume in the Directors Label compiles music videos, shorts, commercials, documentaries, as well as a variety of exclusive features, never-before-seen rare footage, and unreleased audio and video commentary. Each release includes a 56 page book created by the Director and full of personal photos, notes, drawings, storyboards and personal insights. Legendary music photographer and video director Anton Corbijn is responsible for many of the most indelible images of the past two and a half decades. His latest bestselling book "U2 & I" is a photographic retrospective (the seventh of its kind) of his 25-year collaboration with U2. Later this year, Anton will direct his first feature film, Control, based on the life of late Joy Division singer Ian Curtis.
Death Riders (1994)
The Fest (2005)
Show de Bola (2007)