Saeed is a young cinephile trying to teach film rules to other young people in Eastern Ghouta, Syria, but the reality they face is too harsh to respect any rules. Saeed’s friend, Milad, is on the other side of the fence; in Damascus, a city under the control of the Assad regime, finishing his studies in Fine Arts. At one point, Milad decides to leave the capital and joins Saeed in a Douma under siege, where they set up a local radio station and a recording studio. They hold the camera to film everything, until one day it is the camera that films them.
After being diagnosed with stomach cancer, Yeon-hee decides to record everything about her life before she dies. She wants to show how she met her computer repairman boyfriend, where she went with him, how he proposed to her, and all that happens to her in the hospital. Her friend, an aspiring film director, helps with the film as their cinematographer. The completed work follows a mockumentary format, recording Yeon-hee’s final journey with her friend’s help.
When the recording is all that's left... Recording tells the story of two girls, Sam and Cassidy, as they go from best friends to girlfriends to falling out of touch.
Join Mel Brooks for a hilarious and personal look at his hit Broadway show The Producers (winner of a record-breaking 12 Tony awards!). This exclusive musical comedy event showcases the antics of the entire cast and crew including director Susan Stroman, plus stars Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick, with Roger Bart, Gary Beach, Cady Huffman and Brad Oscar as they record the cast album with show-stopping hilarity and heart. Includes excludive candid behind-the-scenes footage, 14 song performances, and much more, all hosted by Mel Brooks.
The live in-studio recording of Throbbing Gristle's Heathen Earth, in February of 1980, in front of an invited audience at the studios of Industrial Records Ltd.
Legendary funk and soul drummers and LA's most talented turntablists collaborate in an improvisational performance at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles.
Waterloo - Ring ring - Mamma mia - SOS - Bang-a-boomerang - I do, I do, I do, I do, I do - Fernando - Dancing queen - Money, money, money - Knowing me, knowing you - That's me - The name of the game - Take a chance on me - Eagle - One man, one woman - Thank you for the music - Summer night city - Chiquitita - Does your mother know - Voulez-vous - Gimme! gimme! gimme! - A man (after midnight) - On and on and on - The winner takes it all - Super trouper - Happy New Year - When all is said and done - One of us - Head over heels - The day before you came - Under attack
Jazz saxophonist Stan Getz and his cool West Coast sound created an enduring legacy via his performances and dozens of albums. Getz possessed an unerring sense of melody and a proficient technique, but it was his rich and distinct tone that branded him as unique -- or so said countless musicians and critics. Getz's last, peerless concert recording, presented on this disc, was captured live in 1990, one year before his death.
The dark recording of a heliography revolves around the annihilation of the essence of being human, as people are forced to compromise on an increasing number of issues. The main character returns to his hometown and comes up against the past. In the words of the director himself, the film includes "few images, that talk about the loneliness of a man who always stood apart."
January 1999: Apprentice mage Azaka Kokutou, Mikiya's younger sister, has been ordered by her mentor, Touko Aozaki, to investigate a certain incident in which fairies steal the memories of students at Azaka's school, Reien Academy. Azaka launches an investigation with the help of Shiki.
Film starring Naresh and Madhuri
You may recognise Charlie from Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation or The 7p.m Project. But before he became one of Australian TV's most famous faces he built an international reputation as one of Australia's best stand-up comedians. With sold-out shows around the world and every city in Australia Live At The Time Of Recording is a collection of Charlie's favourite stories and hilarious jokes from his years on the stage.
A mainstay of innovation since the beginning and all through its history, the Def Jam record label has maintained its edge thanks to rappers such as the Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, Jay-Z and Ludacris. Def Jam raided its archives to create this collection of classic music videos showcasing a kaleidoscope of talented artists. Included are LL Cool J's "I Need Love," Dru Hill's "Never Make a Promise," Sisqo's "Incomplete" and more.
Filmed in HD, this the most powerful instructional series ever created for music production. °The Art & Science of Sound Recording° looks at everything from soundproofing to mixing, and from recording guitar, bass, keyboards, drums and vocals, to recording a choir. Fellow professional engineers & producers join Alan Parsons in this top quality, practical, and cutting-edge guide, including Jack Joseph Puig, John Fields, Elliot Scheiner, Jack Douglas, Tony Brown and Chuck Ainlay. Artists and musicians interviewed include Michael McDonald, Taylor Hawkins, Nathan East, Rami Jaffe, Carol Kaye and Erykah Badu.. This invaluable instructional DVD set applies classic, old school recording experience to the modern recording scene, and is certain to be a standard work on the subject for years to come. Along with its fully interactive website, °The Art & Science of Sound Recording° is a complete course in modern recording.
The exuberant atmosphere of the Broadway blockbuster is captured in Recording the Producers: A Musical Romp With Mel Brooks, a new 85-minute film from the Emmy Award-winning director Susan Froemke and Maysles Films. The film candidly captures the excitement of translating the show into a complete experience for the recording's audience.
Charlemagne Palestine, New York musician in Brussels, and Pip Chodorov, film-maker from New York in Paris, evoke their home town through images filmed in 16 mm, sounds taken over the years, songs, electronic music, as well as a new composition of Charlemagne Palestine: The Pastrami Recordings.
British intelligence undertook an audacious operation to listen in on the private conversations of 10,000 German prisoners of war without their ever knowing they were being overheard. The prisoners' unguarded reminiscences and unintentional confessions have only just come to light, and prove how closely the German army were involved in the atrocities of the Holocaust. British intelligence requisitioned three stately homes for this epic task, and converted each into an elaborate trap. The 100,000 hours of conversation they captured provided crucial intelligence that changed the course of the war, and revealed some of its worst horrors, from rape to mass executions to one of the earliest bulletins from the concentration camps. But when the fighting ended, the recordings were destroyed and the transcripts locked away for half a century. Only now have they been declassified, researched and cross-referenced.
The 1974/1975 Recordings, a massive five-CD/one-BluRay box set documenting Clapton’s mid-’70s recordings… The BluRay contains a previously unreleased 5.1 mix of 461 Ocean Boulevard, along with its original quadraphonic mix, plus the quad mix of There’s One in Every Crowd.