The Palestinian Film Archive contained over 100 films showing the daily life and struggle of the Palestinian people. It was lost in the Israeli siege of Beirut in 1982. Here interviewees describe from memory key moments from the history of Palestinian cinema. These scenes are drawn and animated. Where film survives, the artist’s impressions are corroborated. This is a film about reconstruction and the idea that cinema is an expression of cultural identity – that cinema fuels memory.
Cross Purposes Live is a live album recorded by the British metal band Black Sabbath. It was released in 1995. It is the only live-record with singer Tony Martin. It was available only as part of CD and VHS double-pack. The CD was housed within an oversize videotape-case but had its own inserts and jewel-case. It was recorded at the Hammersmith Apollo, London, on Wednesday 13 April 1994. In Dec 2010 an officially licensed by Eagle Rock Entertainment complete 87min version NTSC region 2 DVD was finally released in Japan only.
Heavy metal gods Black Sabbath -- with a lineup featuring Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Tony Martin and Bobby Rondinelli -- crank it up to full throttle in this blistering performance filmed at London's Hammersmith Odeon in the early 1990s. Tunes include "Paranoid," "Mob Rules," "I Witness," "Into the Void," "Headless Cross," "Time Machine," "Children of the Grave," "Anno Mundi" and "Symptom of the Universe."