Handel is a thoroughly 'modern' composer whose genius for expressing human emotions is undimmed by time. This performance-based film, A Night with Handel, stylishly dramatises some of the composer's most beautiful arias, linked together over the course of one night in present-day London. Presented by Handel biographer, Jonathan Keates, the arias are specially recorded by world-class singers, accompanied by the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
Dave Apollon is a one-man production staff, who puts on a stage show as writer, director, producer, bandleader, art director, and other jobs.
The astonishing life-story of “Lili Marleen“ composer Norbert Schultze.
Echo and the Bunnymen live at the Royal Albert Hall, London (18/7/83).
Peter Brough and Archie Andrews present a variety bill that includes Billy Cotton and his Band, Eve Becke, The Australian Air Aces, Bobbie 'Uke' Henshaw and Sam Barton.
When Ranger Raymond is killed during a stage holdup, Wells Fargo Agent Whip Wilson assumes his identity.
Jessye Norman Sings Carmen is a gripping vérité study of the famous dramatic soprano’s approach to mastering Bizet’s heroine in recording sessions with Seiji Ozawa and the Orchestre National de France. Musical segments include performances of three arias and the great duets between Carmen and Don José
The last Sex Pistols concert (if you dont count the reunions) Live At The Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco. 1978.01.14.
Setlist: White Noise, I'm Jim Morrison, I'm Dead, Rano Pano, How to Be a Werewolf, San Pedro, 2 Rights Make 1 Wrong, Hunted by a Freak, Auto Rock, Mogwai Fear Satan, Mexican Grand Prix, Batcat
They even talked about us and the people who keep the homepage and the g-35 running. Of course they made a bit fun of the whole thing but also pointed out that it´s a pretty interesting thing for them, especially when they are on tour as they get the reactions to their concerts.
Video recording of the Zuntata Live 1997 concert, recorded at SHIBUYA ON AIR EAST on August 31, 1997.
Musical comedy about a marriage registrar.
Series of three short 'Pop Films' directed between 1966 - 67 for French television by Philippe Garrel. Includes footage of The Living Theater in rehearsal, interviews with Julian Beck and Judith Malina, Donovan in concert and The Who in the studio recording 'Pictures of Lily'. Re-broadcast on INA in 1984.