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A VISION SHARED
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Some of the most talented performers from the rock, pop, country, blues, R&B, soul, and folk worlds appear in this wonderful tribute to populist musical heroes Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly. Among the highlights: Bob Dylan salutes his idol with "Song to Woody," Bruce Springsteen sings "Vigilante Man" and "I Ain't Got No Home," John Mellencamp offers a version of "Do Re Mi," U2 performs "Jesus Christ," Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie team up for "Alabama Man" and "Union Made," and Little Richard delivers a rousing "Rock Island        Line."
ANDY WARHOL
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Boguslaw Linda, Poland's top action star, delivers an electrifying performance as a hard-living, divorced father fighting for custody of his daughter in this powerful drama.
ANDY WARHOL: COMPLETE PICTURE
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Andy Warhol was just as famous for being "Andy Warhol" as he was for his artwork. He was a celebrity's celebrity, yet he was also a shy, prolific artist who worked in everything from painting to film to music. This documentary provides a definitive look at Warhol's life and his creative process. Features rare audiotapes and films from the Warhol Foundation Archives in addition to interviews with Debbie Harry, Dennis Hopper and more.
ANGIE STONE: MUSIC IN HIGH PLACES
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Combining classic soul sounds with a bit of modern hip-hop, Angie Stone has emerged as one of the most refreshing singers on today's music scene. In this episode of the Music in High Places series, Stone performs exciting acoustic versions of "Wish I Didn't Miss You," "Brotha," "Love & Happiness," and other songs, while also taking a journey through the natural beauty, culture and history of Vancouver, Canada.

2002---58 mins.
ARCHITECTURES 2
$39.95

A privileged, unprecedented inside look at the work of superstar architects and some of their most brilliant creations, produced by the European public television channel ARTE. This series looks at architecture and its historical and social functions to reveal its meaning and impact on humanity. Architectures 2 analyses Frank Lloyd Wright's Johnson Wax building, the innovations of the Galleria Umberto 1, the luxurious Stone Thermal Baths, and a high-speed train station in Satolas. Includes English, French, and German language options.

1995-2001---136 mins.
ARCHITECTURES 4
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Takashi Kitano's 8 1/2 is a self-reflexive, self-mocking, even self-destructive movie about a struggling film director. NO ENGLISH subtitles!
BIG BAND 102
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Francois Ozon pairs his favorite leading lady, Charlotte Rampling, with ingenue Ludivine Sagnier in this "sunlit noir, oozing sensuality and menace" (Chicago Trib).
DATE WITH JUDY, A
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I'll bet she has a wonderful personality. Spunky Jane Powell has the title role with Elizabeth Taylor as her best friend in this MGM Technicolor musical. Wallace Beery is Judy's dad, who later dances with Carmen Miranda. Powell is hoping to date Robert Stack and Xavier Cugat plays himself. Songs include "I'm Strictly on the Corny Side" and "It's a Most Unusual Day."

Richard Thorpe---USA---1948---113 mins.
DON GIOVANNI
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Mozart's opera is directed by theatrical great Giorgio Strehler, with Thomas Allen in the role of Don Giovanni, in a La Scala production under the direction of Riccardo Muti.

177 min.
DOWN ARGENTINE WAY
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A fun musical about an American heiress (Betty Grable) and a South American cowboy (Don Ameche), with a big horse race finale. Carmen Miranda co-stars.

Irving Cummings---USA---1940---89 mins.
DUKES OF DIXIELAND & FRIENDS
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The Dukes of Dixieland join the New Orleans Pops Orchestra in an exciting dose of New Orleans symphonic jazz. The Dukes' program draws on a variety of New Orleans music in the intense, brassy Dixieland style.

1998---75 mins.
FAUST IMPRESSIONS
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One of the first films produced by Kartemquin (Hoop Dreams), Home for Life documents the experiences of two elderly residents at Chicago's Drexel Home.
FOOTLOOSE
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Kevin Bacon is tops in this musical about a city kid who moves to a small town where dancing has been banned and battles with the fire-and-brimstone minister in an effort to bring it back. It's as corny as it sounds, but the cast commits to the naivete and energy admirably. Lori Singer, John Lithgow Dianne Wiest, Chris Penn and Sarah Jessica Parker also star in the very popular feature, which was later turned into a Broadway musical.

Herbert Ross---USA---1984---107 mins.
GREAT CONDUCTORS OF THE THIRD REICH
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A collection of excerpts from propaganda films and other film footage of master conductors leading performances in the service of the Nazi regime. Wilhelm Furtwangler, Karl Bohm, Leo Blech (who, despite being Jewish, maintained his career in Germany until 1937), Herbert von Karajan, Hans Knappertsbusch, Clemens Krauss and Max von Schillings are the conductors featured, leading the the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. "In most cases, the intensity of the music-making is remarkable. This was a time when classical music was of utmost political and cultural importance. Amid everything, that seems the most unthinkable" (David Patrick Stearns, USA Today).

53 mins.
GRIEG: A NAXOS MUSICAL JOURNEY
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The magic of classical Europe is vividly brought to life in the Naxos Musical Journey programs. Superb digital recordings of the world's greatest classical concertos, symphonies and other orchestral music are joined with beautiful images of the celebrated European landmarks that inspired them. This volume, Folk and Dance Melodies, takes viewers to Norway and presents Edvard Grieg's Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 16.

56 mins.
GUITARRA!
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The world-renowned classical guitarist Julian Bream traces the evolution of the Spanish guitar from 1500 to the present day. Bream plays against a backdrop of the magnificent old buildings and panoramic landscapes of Spain, creating a visual evocation of the culture that spawned this special music.
GV5: THE SACRED ELEMENTS OF HIP HOP
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The fifth installment in Bob Bryan's Graffiti Verite series is another provocative inquiry into the urban art form. This time Bryan takes his camera on the road to probe hip-hop's presence in the American Midwest. Bryan records a four-day Hip-Hop Summer Workshop in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and uses it to illustrate the positive potentials of the movement.

Bob Bryan---USA---2003---42 mins.
HANG VJ: BURNING HEART RECORDS
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Crank up the volume and get ready for over three hours of punk and pop music videos featuring artists from the Swedish hardcore label, Burning Heart Records. 61 videos from 23 bands: 59 Times the Pain, Bodyjar, Bombshell Rocks, Breach, The Business, Chickenpox, Donots, The Hives, International Noise Conspiracy, Liberator, Looptroop, Millencolin, Mindjive, Monster, Nine, No Fun at All, The Peepshows, Promoe, Raised Fist, Randy, Refused, Voice of a Generation, and Samaim.

190 mins.
HOW TO DANCE THROUGH TIME VOL II
$39.95

Choreographer, teacher and dance historian Carol Teten provides instruction on   some of the most popular social dances of the early 20th century. Learn the      "animal dances," the Castle Walk, Tango, Maxixe and Hesitation Waltz. 50 mins.
IL TROVATORE
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Verdi's heroic composition of 1853 is filled with unforgettable melodies, was an immediate success and has always been one of the most popular of his operas. This Metropolitan Opera performance features superstars Eva Marton and Luciano Pavarotti, conducted by maestro James Levine. In Italian with English subtitles.

133 mins.