A romantic drama based on the story of Carley Allison, a promising 18 year old figure skater and singer who made medical history in her fight against a rare 1 in 3.5 billion type of sarcoma.
REAL BOY is an intimate story of a family in transition. As 19-year-old Bennett Wallace navigates early sobriety, late adolescence, and the evolution of his gender identity, his mother ...
After Santa tells Michael Bolton that he needs 75,000 new babies by Christmas to meet toy supply, Michael Bolton hosts a sexy telethon to get the world to start making love.
Junction 48 is the love story of two young Palestinian hip-hop artists who use their music to fight against both the external oppression of Israeli society and the internal repression of their own crime-ridden, conservative community. It depicts a new generation of young Arabs who seek normality through their love and music - and against all odds.
The bane of adolescent Bart Collins' existence is the piano lessons he is forced to take under the tutelage of Dr. Terwilliker, the only person he admits he detests because of his ...
Set in a trendy rave nightclub, this is the tale of political maneuvering within a gang of drug dealers led by Hecate, as Dean, Marcus, and Troy wrestle for influence. Things get heady when Lidia tries to help her boyfriend Marcus get the upper hand...
Kevin and Perry are two 15-year-old boys whose desperation to lose their virginity is so great that it inspires a sort of awe. In the rare moments when they're not thinking about girls, ...
Legendary Swedish symphonic progressive rock band ÄNGLAGÅRD is proud to present their first ever professionally filmed concert, set to be released worldwide on February 10th, 2017. "Live: Made in Norway" was captured at Musikkflekken, Sandvika, Norway on February 21st, 2015, marking the band's return to Norway stages after an absence of 23 years. Edited by Martin Gustafsson, with audio production and mixing by world renowned audio engineer Alar Suurna, and art design and production supervision by band's long-time collaborator Joel Barrios, the two-hour performance is a stellar capturing of live art through and through, a perfect testimony of Änglagård's unique take on progressive rock, showcasing their swirling, angular crescendos along with frenetic rhythms and howling mellotron, blended with truly emotional sudden softer passages. A sonic rollercoaster of aggressive music in odd meter, subtle parts and melancholic beauty, building suspense and abrupt stops, with a wondrous interplay of sounds, this visual presentation is definitely not for the faint-hearted. Änglagård's extreme level of delicacy in phrasing and dynamic is a tough match to beat in progressive music and should hold up even in the face of the snootiest of music connoisseurs. The setlist is as follows: 1.- Introvertus Fugu Part I (Prog på Svenska, 2014) 2.- Höstsejd (Epilog, 1994) 3.- Längtans Klocka (Viljans Öga, 2012) 4.- Jordrök (Hybris, 1993) 5.- Sorgmantel (Viljans Öga, 2012) 6.- Vandringar i Vilsenhet (Hybris, 1993) 7.- El Ímpetu del Bosque 8.- Kung Bore (Hybris, 1993) 9.- Sista Somrar (Epilog, 1994)
A new documentary by Irish director Niall McCann, "Lost In France" explores the rise of Scotland's independent music scene in the '90s, led by cult label Chemikal Underground. Featuring The Delgados, Bis, Mogwai, Arab Strap, Franz Ferdinand and other seminal acts, this is an intimate film exploring friendship, creativity and music. On the journey, we revisit a defining, chaotic trip early in the musicians' careers, re-staging a concert in Brittany that connects the characters in life (and on stage) for the first time in many years.
Sharon Osbourne presents the story of pop deals through the decades. She looks at some memorably bad and good deals offered to a range of musicians from Little Richard to NWA.
For two nights in 2012, Rammstein sold out two consecutive shows at the historic Bercy Arena in Paris. Documented by over 20 cameras, this high energy show from the bands greatest hits tour, called Made in Germany 1995-2011, captures 22 songs with mind bending theatrics such as flame throwers and a mesmerizing light show.
Two young men shoot themselves in a churchyard. Ray Belknap dies; James Vance - severely disfigured - survives. Their parents take heavy-metal icons Judas Priest to court, claiming the band "mesmerized" their sons. The unprecedented trial is the framework for this one-of-a-kind, Emmy-nominated documentary.
Using rare archive, audio recordings and interviews viewers are taken on a trip through the surreal, moonlit world of Tom Waits - a portrait of one of modern music's most enigmatic and influential artists.