The love story, shown through the perspective of different genders, paints how a real relationship works. It eschews the narrative for emotions and established that love knows no gender when it pains or soothes, when it hurts and heals.
Ten lost souls slip in and out of one another’s arms in a daisy-chained musical exploration of love’s bittersweet embrace. A film adaptation of Michael John LaChiusa’s celebrated musical, originally based on Arthur Schnitzler’s play, La Ronde.
Nick Koenig, aka Hot Sugar, is in a hot mess. Considered a modern-day Mozart, the young electronic musician/producer records sounds from everyday life—from hanging up payphone receivers to Hurricane Sandy rain—and chops, loops and samples them into Grammy Award–nominated beats. He’s living the life every musician dreams of, complete with an internet-phenom girlfriend, rapper/singer “Kitty.” But when she dumps him, Hot Sugar is set adrift. Fleeing to Paris, he tries to regroup, searching for new sounds and a sense of self. Filmmaker Adam Lough mixes scenes of Hot Sugar at work on his vintage recording devices with surprising soul-searching reflections he offers to the camera. As tweets and posts about the broken couple blow up on the internet, Hot Sugar’s road trip presses onward, revealing even more exotic layers of the man and his music. Fun and flash, this lyrical journey offers audiences a fascinating peek into a modern artist’s creative process.
A young rock band, half from England and half from the US, drop out of college and move to the Sunset Strip to chase their dreams.
Naturalistic footage shot by Seb Karamyar and edited by Eli Hayes existing in two separate cuts, one set to an original score composed by Dylan Brandsema, and the other set to the track “Release Me/The Pattern of Electricity,” by Corrina Repp.
Decades after first performing there with Pink Floyd, singer-guitarist David Gilmour returned in July 2016 for two concerts in the ancient Italian amphitheatre as part of his Rattle That Lock tour.
Slipknot’ ‘Knotfest’ performance is chronicled through live footage and behind-the-scenes looks at the event.
John Mayer: Someday I’ll Fly chronicles the musical evolution of one of the most influential solo artists of his generation. Featuring rare demos, interviews and live performances; it is told in it’s entirety from Mayer’s perspective.
Centered mostly on his career and professional accomplishments, Someday I’ll Fly strips away the typical gossip surrounding Mayer to provide an intimate look at the life and career of a lauded musician. Produced and edited by Eastwood Allen
Live at Roseland: Elements of 4 is a live DVD concert film by American R&B recording artist, Beyoncé Knowles. It was directed by Knowles, Ed Burke and Anthony Green, and was executively produced by Knowles. The DVD was filmed during her 4 Intimate Nights with Beyoncé concert, which was held at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City in August 2011. It was released exclusively through Walmart stores in the United States on November 21, 2011.
KoRn – Live At Rock Am Ring, Nürburgring, Germany 06-07-2013 Setlist: 01 Blind
02 Ball Tongue – It Takes Two – Lodi Dodi
05 Falling Away From Me
06 Narcissistic Cannibal
07 Coming Undone
08 Did My Time
09 Shoots And Ladders – Somebody Someone
10 Here To Stay
11 Helmet In The Bush
12 Need To
14 Get Up!
15 Got The Life
16 Freak On A Leash