In an unconventional and upbeat form, “Broken Vibes” takes us off to the heart of the Broken Beat universe, a musical mixture born at the end of the last century brewing and drawing influences from the wide spectrum of Black Music : Jazz, Hip-Hop, Soul, Drum&Bass... Reaching further the mere documentary on a musical genre, “Broken Vibes” aims at exploring the social, cultural and economical aspects of a movement, once local and now international, that grew amid a collective of talented and dedicated young people stemming from “West London”, a neighbourhood which had previously witnessed the birth of Punk, Acid Jazz, Jungle music…and of the sound systems culture nowadays embodied by the infamous Notting Hill Carnival.
The Johnny Lloveras, singer and showman, leaving the province and comes to Athens in order to conquer. He wants to become the first star in the field of night entertainment. But the bad fate and misfortune of many surprises. Moreover awaits him and love as the heart of the fight two delicious singers, Miranda and Jealousy. Which will win?
Music lovers fascinated by the ideas, experiences, and emotions that serve as the foundation of Jamaican reggae are invited to explore the history of the legendary Soul Syndicate - a collection of talented musicians who provided backup instrumentation for such acclaimed artists as Jimmy Cliff, Toots and the Mayals, Burning Spear, and Bob Marley and the Wailers among others.
A documentary on political punk band Anti-Flag. The film explores the trials and tribulations of playing politically charged music and devoting your life to activism.
Nanki-Poo, the son of the Mikado, leaves home and disguises himself as a musician to escape a distasteful marriage - and meets a beautiful girl, Yum-Yum, with whom he falls in love. He desperately wants to marry her, but obstacles are cast in his way by Yum-Yum's guardian, Ko-Ko, the Lord High Executioner, who is also in love with Yum-Yum and has every intention of marrying her, himself. Also causing problems is Katisha, Nanki-Poo's jilted bride, who arrives in Titipu in the company of Nanki-Poo's father, the Mikado.
Centre Stage focuses on The King’s captivating stage presence - from his grip of the microphone, the dynamic swing of his hips, the classy and often spectacular costume choices to the intimate settings and romantic torch songs. Featuring his first live performance on the Dorsey Brothers Stage Show in 1956 to “Unchained Melody” in 1977 during his final ever stage performance.
"The Super Bowl Shuffle" is a rap song performed by players of the Chicago Bears football team in 1985. It was released 3 months prior to their win in Super Bowl XX, peaking at No. 41 in February 1986 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The Chase follows the lives of a group of teenagers growing up in inner-city Nottingham. Shot on location and based on the real life experiences of young people living in Nottingham's inner-city community, The Chase explores the relationships, pressures, pain, violence, love, passion and creativity that combine to form the realities of their everyday lives. Predominantly starring and scripted by Nottingham's inner-city youth, The Chase features some of the cities rawest talent and a home grown Notts soundtrack. Whilst capturing the bleak reality of their day to day lives, The Chase is also a celebration of the humor, resilience, courage and creativity of the young people of inner-city Nottingham.
See The Light: Live From London captures The Jeff Healey Band in their natural element: onstage. Guitar Magazine has said that witnessing Jeff live is an experience few will ever forget. The more than 80 minutes of footage contains live versions of songs from See The Light plus outstanding interpretations of Roadhouse Blues and All Along The Watchtower. The live performance was recorded April 14, 1989.
A documentary exploring the current state of the music business, as told by those who make their living in the the industry.