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'All My Loving' was created when John Lennon and Paul McCartney challenged Palmer, then a classical music documentarian, to make a film that encompassed the 1968 music world in one hour of screen time. This was the time of student demonstrations against the war in Vietnam and the music describes this struggle while also providing an escape from the troubles of the day. Great footage and interviews with the likes of The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Pink Floyd - who had just lost Syd Barrett - find out more...

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Following Cobain from his earliest years in Aberdeen, WA, through the height of his fame, a visceral and detailed cinematic insight of an artist at odds with his surrou find out more...


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Charting a golden era of British music. American blues found its first white audience, in British ports! Ergo The Animals, Stones, Yardbirds, Beatles and many others, the import of a young Hendrix, the development of R&B and its Heavy Metal progeny. Much twanging of guitars and blowing of blues harps. find out more...

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Live footage shot during Dylan's controversial 1965 concert tour of England. Songs include classics 'Subterranean Homesick Blues', 'Maggie's Farm', 'The Times They Are A' Changin' ' and 'It's All Right Ma I'm Only Bleeding'. The DVD also features performances from Joan Baez, Alan Price and Donovan. find out more...

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In 1970, a young farmer named Michael Eavis opened his 150-acre farm to 1,500 people who paid one pound each to watch a handful of pop and folk stars perform all weekend long, and the Glastonbury Festival was born. Julien Temple has spent the past few years collecting footage from every single Glastonbury Festival, ranging from outtakes from the film Nicolas Roeg made about the 1971 event to amateur home videos collected from the attendees themselves. Interweaving images of impromptu art happeni find out more...

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The first and only film to tackle the subject of Detroit Techno and the influence it has had on modern dance music. Featuring in-depth interviews with many of the world's most famous exponents of the art form, including Juan Atkins, Derrick May, Kevin Saunderson, Richie Hawtin, Jeff Mills, Carl Craig, Eddie Fowlkes, Anthony Shakir, Blake Baxter, Kenny Larkin, Stacey Pullen, Scan 7, John Acquaviva, Keith Tucker, Niko Marks, Delano Smith, Matthew Dear, The Electrifying Mojo and more. Featuring cla find out more...

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Great doco about the early days of NY hip hop and life on the projects. One of the best features of this film is that it examines the political trajectory of Nas' career through his lyrics as well as the environment and familial situation that gave rise to his stardom. Must see for fans of his music. And anyone interested in the political side of rap music.

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A long time a-comin... This much anticipated ode to Dylan received much hype before its release and precipitated a resurgence in the Great Man's popularity. The film focuses pretty much exclusively on Dylans career from his folky Hibbing beginnings to his controversial UK tour in 1966, where he was deemed to have shunned his faithful followers by playing an audacious vivacious electric rhythm 'n' blues set. There are numerous nuggets of gold littering the documentary, some coming from Bob, some find out more...

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A long time a-comin... This much anticipated ode to Dylan received much hype before its release and precipitated a resurgence in the Great Man's popularity. The film focuses pretty much exclusively on Dylans career from his folky Hibbing beginnings to his controversial UK tour in 1966, where he was deemed to have shunned his faithful followers by playing an audacious vivacious electric rhythm 'n' blues set. There are numerous nuggets of gold littering the documentary, some coming from Bob, some find out more...

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From 1968 to 1975, gangs ruled New York City. Beyond the idealistic hopes of the civil rights movement lay a unfocused rage. Neither law enforcement nor social agency could end the escalating bloodshed. Peace came only through the most unlikely and courageous of events that would change the world for generations to come by giving birth to hip-hop culture. Rubble Kings, the most comprehensive documentation of life during this era of gang rule to date, tells the story find out more...