ShineNovember 22, 1996
Pianist David Helfgott, driven by his father and teachers, has a breakdown. Years later he returns to the piano, to popular if not critical acclaim.
Above SuspicionMay 1, 1943
Frances and Richard Myles are newlyweds honeymooning in Europe on the eve of World War II. Unexpectedly, they find themselves commissioned by the British secret service to secure the plans for a new secret weapon masterminded by the Nazis (involving magnetic mines). The trail leads them to Innsbruck where they arouse the suspicions of a Gestapo chief.
DeadfallSeptember 11, 1968
Cat burglar Henry Clarke and his accomplices the Moreaus attempt to steal diamonds from the chateau of millionaire Salinas.
The Diary of St. Petersburg: Mozart. RequiemAugust 1, 2004
Sokurov directed and filmed Mozart’s Requiem for the Rossica Choir in the wonderful hall of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic.
TomChris: Ao VivoMay 31, 2008
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The ApolloApril 24, 2019
The history of New York City's Apollo Theater in Harlem is given the full treatment.
One of many Queen concerts recorded. This one being recorded in the UK in 1977, before the release of their "News of the World" album.
The Bayou: DC's Killer JointFebruary 25, 2013
Documentary telling the history of the Washington DC music venue "The Bayou."
Violinist Lucia Micarelli performs an eclectic set that features the traditional "Ladies Fancy," Steve Earle-penned "This City," jazz classic "Will O' the Wisp" and standards "Someone to Watch Over Me" and "Nature Boy," as well as classical pieces from Maurice Ravel, John Corigliano and Jean Sibelius. Also: a behind-the-scenes look at Micarelli's 2009 near career-ending accident and subsequent recovery. Michael Keaton hosts.
Rich Hall: 3:10 To HumourNovember 28, 2016
Catch the king of rapid fire wit perform his sell out ‘3:10 TO HUMOUR’ show. Rich Hall’s critically acclaimed grouchy, deadpan style has established him as a master of absurdist irony. Renowned for his expertly crafted tirades, quick fire banter with audiences, and delightful musical sequences, Rich Hall’s plain-spoken growling indignation and acerbic observations have an unerring talent for hitting his targets with precision every time, leaving his audience hanging on every word and winning him fans all over the globe. Recorded in London’s West End at the Vaudeville Theatre, ‘3:10 TO HUMOUR’ is Perrier Award winner Rich Hall at his best.