A little film with a big heart, Nicola Rose’s debut feature film, ‘Goodbye, Petrushka,’ is a cute slice of escapism that, on the whole, just like Cupid, hits the mark.
‘Joan Baez – I Am a Noise’ is an intimate look at legend and activist’s past and present, while she embarks on her final tour.
Check out life on the road with Aussie hardcore upstarts Speed (Flatspot Records) in this exhilarating mini-documentary from Jack Rudder.
‘Running A Family Farm’ is a heart-warming short film by French rock-blues guitar/drums duo, The Inspector Cluzo.
Rare Americans’s ‘Searching for Strawberries: The Story of Bongo Jongo’ is like nothing you have ever heard before… and the animated film follows suit.
Sharlee Patches’ new film, ‘Wino: The Documentary,’ follows a road trip between herself and her partner, doom metal guitarist and vocalist Scott (Wino) Weinrich, with a lot to say and some very heavy music to play.
The wonderful archive DVD package is an absolute must for Duke Ellington fans and jazz enthusiasts in general and comes as an absolute gift from the past. Perfect.
Swedish post-death metal band, Cult of Luna delivers ‘Full Moon,’ a beautifully cinematic documentary experience with pin-sharp images.
Gothenburg’s death metallers The Halo Effect recently unveiled a 30-minute self-titled documentary (Nuclear Blast Records), along with exclusive footage of the band in the studio.
‘Keel,’ a 10-minute period drama directed by Margaret Seid, is set to premiere as an Official Selection at the Beverly Hills Film Festival on Thursday, April 20th, at 1:30 PM PST.
Director Adrian Lyne speaks with us about ‘Flashdance’ celebrating its 40th anniversary, including the Paramount Home Entertainment 4K Ultra HD edition out now!
Jag Panzer’s mini-documentary ‘Tales From The Hallowed,’ is an entertaining 15 minutes for fans of the band and a fascinating insight into how contemporary marketing is affecting the world of Metal.
There is much to enjoy about Joe Bonamassa’s ‘Tales of Time’ (J&R Adventures), if not for the location and atmosphere alone. Musically faultless and visually stunning.