A look at the story behind Marvel Studios and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, featuring interviews and behind-the-scenes footage from all of the Marvel films, the Marvel One-Shots and "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."
A collection of experimental content from the mind of director Neill Blomkamp.
Terror Studio presents an in-depth look at the Islamic State's propaganda machine and reveals how this terrorist organization turns our pop culture against us, in a worldwide investigation where the jihadists of yesterday and today rub shoulders with the top experts on global jihad.
Feature-length documentary about the rise of Marvel Studios and their films leading up to, and including, The Avengers.
INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING SHORTS: "John Henry," "Lorenzo," "The Little Matchgirl," "How To Hook Up Your Home Theater," "Tick Tock Tale," "Prep & Landing: Operation Secret Santa," "The Ballad Of Nessie," "Tangled Ever After," "Paperman," "Get A Horse!", "Feast," "Frozen Fever"
A corporate money-loving movie studio brainstorm films to make.
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Two goofy extras enroll to a weird audition for a big 3D production
The post-70’s explosion of independent music in America has many traceable roots, each with a compelling story. One of its most significant has never been told until now. Drawing on never-before-seen archival footage, in-depth-interviews with musicians and producers, and a mighty soundtrack, THE SMART STUDIOS STORY reveals the pivotal Midwest link to the global rise of 1990's Alternative Rock and the unassuming Madison, Wisconsin recording studio at its center. If you’ve ever been touched by the music of Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins, Garbage, L7 or their peers, you’ve been touched by the music created at Smart Studios, the legendary recording facility founded by Butch Vig and Steve Marker.
Without Fleischer Studios, there would be no Popeye the Sailor Man. In the 1930s, brothers Max and Dave Fleischer gave Disney a run for its money with cartoons featuring the old salt, Betty Boop, Superman and more. This collection of classics contains some of the inventive studio's earliest creations -- including Koko the Clown and shorts from the Out of the Inkwell series -- plus later works such as Gabby.
A short featurette available on the DVD for Once Upon a Time in Mexico (2003), released in January 2004.
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On August 6, 2014, Hip-Hop legends Public Enemy performed at London's world-renowned Metropolis Studios in the most intimate gig of their career. This stunning performance will be available as a Standard DVD in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, PCM and Stereo, as well as a High Definition, 1080p Blu-ray disc.
Live at Abbey Road Studios 2004 contains a recording of the final show of the Honeyburst tour, held on 3 September 2004 in Studio 1 of the Abbey Road Studios, marking the 10-year-anniversary of Christensen's professional career as a musician, which was made possible by the success of his 2003 album Honeyburst. Additionally, the band had a really good year and was on a roll, so Christensen was happy to have it documented. The concert was composed of two sets; one with full band, one unplugged. The setlists contained songs from the two solo albums that had been released by then, Secrets on Parade (2000) and Honeyburst (2003), as well as from the eponymous debut album of Christensen's former band, Dizzy Mizz Lizzy (1994).
Between 1921 and 1942, Dave and Max Fleischer led Fleischer Studios, an entity that broke the ground for animation and its place in history. For a good run, Fleischer was Walt Disney Studios' biggest competitor, a worthy foe that was responsible for such characters as Koko the Clown, Betty Boop, Popeye and the "strongest" of them all, Superman. Through their many contributions to the genre, the Fleischers helped animation become what it is today.
James Taylor in concert
Acoustic Session recorded live at Wisseloord Studios in Hilversum, the Netherlands on November 22nd 1999. 00:00 Intro 02:52 Ain't The Life 09:04 Everlong 14:14 This Is A Call (Jam) 16:19 Floaty 25:08 Next Yeah 35:58 Sister Europe (Jam) 37:34 Learn To Fly
Embark on a quest through the history of The Elder Scrolls and Fallout. With insight into the development of everything from Arena to Fallout 4, Noclip takes you on a journey through the creative process of one of the most prolific RPG designers in gaming history.
Incredible Story Studios was a Canadian TV series which aired worldwide. The program would receive stories written by children and made a TV episode segment of the series based entirely on the written story, but only when they graded it "INCREDIBLE". The show is currently off air and having DVDs published & distributed by Digiview Productions. The episode "Hitting Them," was the launching pad for Canadian kid group Six Degrees of Bacon. It included the song "No Tattoos" and an accompanying music video. It was broadcast on Discovery Kids in the U.S. It was also seen in Latin America as Mi guión en Discovery Kids.
The biggest West End shows, the most famous pop acts, the world's most successful dance teachers and the most incredible cast of characters TV will ever see all pass through London's Pineapple Dance Studios.
A showcase of short films by EJIDA Studios.