Tony Bennett: An American Classic was an Emmy Award-winning television special celebrating the life of musical icon Tony Bennett on the occasion of his 80th birthday. Directed by Rob Marshall (Memoirs of a Geisha, Chicago), it charts Bennett’s career by faithfully re-creating venues from his past, from the downtown Greenwich Village club where he was discovered, to the Columbia recording studios of the early 60's, from rat pack Las Vegas to Carnegie Hall. Bennett is joined for each number by the artists that collaborated with him on his Duets album, with musical performances by Barbra Streisand, John Legend, k.d. lang, Chris Botti, Diana Krall, Juanes, Elton John, Michael Bublé, Stevie Wonder and Christina Aguilera.
A unique peek behind the scenes of the making of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It offers an amazing look at how those radical reptiles were born. In depth interviews, and behind the scenes footage of how the stunts and action scenes were filmed. A first ever inside visit to Jim Henson's Creature Shop shows how the four Turtles, and Splinter and Shredder, were developed and given their individual characteristics. In-depth interviews with designers, artists, and model makers and Michael Pressman, the film's director tell the whole story. See exciting behind the scenes footage. If you love the Turtles, then don't miss this once in a lifetime behind the shells look at the film's most fabulous foursome.
Behind-the-scenes documentary focusing on Marcus Luttrell, the lone survivor of a four-man Navy Seal team ambushed by the Taliban in 2005.
A documentary recounting the personal and professional lives of the Three Stooges, including rare footage and interviews with family members.
The Making of a Lady: The Story of Lady Hamilton is a 1968 historical drama film directed by Christian-Jaque and starring Michèle Mercier, Richard Johnson and John Mills. It was based on the novel La San-Felice by Alexandre Dumas and depicts the love affair between Emma Hamilton and Horatio Nelson. It was a co-production between Italy, West Germany, France and the United States.
40-minute documentary on the making of Wes Craven's 1972 classic, The Last House on the Left.
This is the last of the infamous German "Schoolgirl Report" movies. The story involves a bunch of teenagers and their teacher rehearsing "Romeo and Juliet" and discussing tales of modern love.
Released to coincide with the 30th anniversary of this classic album, learn how Pink Floyd assembled "Dark Side of the Moon" with the aid of original engineer Alan Parsons. All four band members--Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, and Richard Wright--are interviewed at length, giving valuable insights into the recording process. The themes of the album are discussed at length, and the band take you back to the original multi track tapes to illustrate how they pieced together the songs. With individual performances of certain tracks from Roger, David, and Richard included, this is an essential purchase for any Pink Floyd fans, and a fascinating artefact for rock historians everywhere.
A three-part retrospective with notes from Gibson, Wallace, producers Bruce Davey and Alan Ladd, Jr., unit manager Kevin de la Noy, cinematographer John Toll, and 2nd unit director/stunt coordinator Mic Rodgers. The show looks at the project's development from the Gibson/studio point of view, Gibson's work as director and the challenges of doing "double duty" as an actor, editing and music, sets and locations, logistics, stunts and action scenes, and various other production concerns.