The people who did this movie had a talk about Dumbo.
When Mickey burst onto the scene in the classic Steamboat Willie, he not only stole our hearts, but went on to bring joy to generations. This collection from Walt Disney Animation Studios celebrates Mickey’s cartoon legacy with favorites spanning nearly a century including Brave Little Tailor, Pluto’s Party, Get A Horse! and more.
The concert gave fans a chance to relive Jon Lord's remarkable and extensive musical career, remembering music from Paice, Ashton Lord, Deep Purple, his later classical compositions and everything in between – all in aid for the charity organization The Sunflower Jam. The 83-piece Orion Orchestra performed, conducted by Paul Mann and accompanied by bands and artists such as Deep Purple, Paul Weller, Glenn Hughes, Bruce Dickinson, Rick Wakeman, Joe Brown, Miller Anderson, Steve Balsamo and many, many more.
Tom and his friends play pranks on each other with fireworks.
Two of Sea World's famous dolphin performances, Dolphin Discovery and Blue Horizon, recorded on DVD. Also includes behind-the-scenes bonus features from Blue Horizon.
Winner of five Academy Awards, 22 Grammy Awards and seven BAFTAs, John Williams is among the greatest of film composers. His scores for Star Wars, Harry Potter, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial and the Indiana Jones films have made him a household name. The BBC Proms celebrates his extraordinary achievements in a concert to mark Williams's 85th birthday. Keith Lockhart – a long-time colleague of Williams at the Boston Pops Orchestra – conducts the BBC Concert Orchestra in an evening featuring excerpts from the composer's best-loved scores, as well as some lesser-known gems.
Dear Jerry: Celebrating The Music Of Jerry Garcia was recorded live at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia Maryland on Thursday, May 14, 2015. This historic one-night concert event honored the music of Jerry Garcia, one of the most influential musicians and cultural icons of our time. The two and half hour concert film and available audio recordings feature over 20 once-in-a-lifetime performances from this momentous event by Phil Lesh & Communion, Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann's Billy & the Kids, Mickey Hart, Eric Church, Jimmy Cliff, The Disco Biscuits, Peter Frampton, David Grisman, Jorma Kaukonen, Los Lobos, Buddy Miller, Moe., O.A.R., Grace Potter, Allen Toussaint, Trampled By Turtles, Widespread Panic, and Yonder Mountain String Band.
A man plants trees around the world.
A celebration of the life and career of the late, great WWE Hall of Famer, The American Dream Dusty Rhodes.
Daniel lives in a Utah cave and has not used money for 15 years. Laura Kay Prophet—aka the Duck Lady—is a street philanthropist and fortune teller in Vancouver who wheels her pet duck around in a buggy and gives out cookies to the homeless. These are just two of a tapestry of eccentrics and oddballs in Oscar-winning director Zaritsky's light-hearted but insightful look at people who have shrugged off conformity to become richer individuals. Inspired by psychologist David Week’s book Eccentrics: A Study of Sanity and Strangeness, Zaritsky’s film suggests that letting our freak flags fly and releasing our inner eccentrics could make us happier, healthier and live longer than those who try to pass as "normal."
The sporty Monaro was not only a good looker; in GTS 327 form, it was also a terrific high performance car that became the spearhead for Holden's local motor sport activities in circuit racing and rallying. Other Monaro models that followed--in the 1960's and the new millennium--also enjoyed great success and helped create the Monaro legend. Join us we reflect on some of the Monaro's greatest competition achievements, with special guest 1969 Hardie-Ferodo 500 winner Colin Bond. This special presentation features historic footage of its famous 1968 and 1969 Bathurst wins, Norm Beechey's 1970 ATCC triumph, the gruelling 1970 Ampol Trial, new millennium success in the Bathurst 24-Hour races and lots more, including some classic Monaro TV commercials.
This delightful documentary will introduce you to three amazing and lovable bears - Mikhael, Louie and Mike. Their personal stories of coming out, dealing with body image and searching for community will surprise and move you. They offer a new way to look at the bear community. BEAR RUN tracks the colorful rituals, playful language and evolving aesthetic of bear culture, by following the guys as they romp through the BEAR event circuit to Lazy Bear, P-town, NYC, Albany, Chicago and Montreal. Along the way, the film challenges stereotypes about gay life and creates an entertaining and intimate portrait of what it means to be a mature, gay man in the new millennium. Originally broadcast on Logo. A film by Dan Hunt
Honoring African-American films from the 1920s through the 1950s, this documentary explores comedies of the period and pays particular attention to the vaudeville numbers of Boarding House Blues (1948), starring Moms Mabley and Dusty Fletcher. A segment from the series "That's Black Entertainment," this documentary program narrated by actor Mario Van Peebles includes interviews and classic footage.
A concert inspired by the Coen Brothers' film, 'Inside Llewyn Davis,' which is set in the 1960s Greenwich Village folk music scene, featuring live performances of the film's music, as well as songs from the early 1960s. Performers include the Avett Brothers, Joan Baez, Dave Rawlings Machine, Rhiannon Giddens, Lake Street Dive, Colin Meloy, The Milk Carton Kids, Marcus Mumford, Punch Brothers, Patti Smith, Willie Watson, Gillian Welch, and Jack White, as well as the star of the film Oscar Isaac.
Raw turns 25 this month so with that in mind we ask that you Take a time warp with us as we take a look at some of the most memorable RAW intros over the last 25 years!
A documentary about the legendary Jazz player Charlie (Bird) Parker.
"Move Me Brightly" is a film based around a musical gathering at Bob Weir's TRI Studios in San Rafael, California to mark what would have been Jerry Garcia's 70th birthday on 3rd August, 2012. The revolving line-up of performers included fellow Grateful Dead members along with many guest artists who joined together to celebrate Jerry Garcia's life and work. Grateful Dead bandmates and other musicians who played with or were inspired by him. It is fitting tribute to one of rock music's most creative and imaginative composers and performers. Features contributions from fellow Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, Mickey Hart and Donna Jean Godchaux along with Garcia family members and guests including Carlos Santana, Furthur's Joe Russo & Jeff Chimenti, Phish's Mike Gordon, Black Crowes' Adam MacDougall, Vampire Weekend's Chris Tomson, Yellowbirds' Sam Cohen & Josh Kaufman and many more.
Apple, Inc. memorial for Steve Jobs at the Apple Campus in Cupertino.
Froze In My Clothes is a 3D-film documentary reviewing personal events in the life of the legendary radio personality Herb 'The Cool Gent' Kent. Likely the first, and only, 3D documentary of any Radio Hall of Fame recipient, this documentary was filmed in stereoscopic-3D four years before Herb Kent's death in October, 2016, bringing to an end over 70 years on air as a Chicago radio personality. Mr. Kent was the first African American inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame, the first African American employee of NBC network serving as intern to Hugh Downs, and holds the Guinness Book of World Records for the 'longest on air radio personality/male'. Herb speaks to the camera in his own words, and we are allowed to document the life and times of this radio legend. Using specialized film processing techniques referred to as Ultra-3D (U3D), anaglyph glasses can be used with virtual elimination of typical color distortions that have previously made anaglyphy 3D less desirable.
For the first time, viewers have unprecedented access to the fast pace and high stakes world of Broadway. Cameras are backstage during a performance of "Aladdin," and the cast of the North American tour of "Newsies" takes viewers on the road.