Queensryche: [1992] MTV Unplugged 1992 >

Queensryche at MTV Studios, Los Angeles, CA, USA 01 I Will Remember (take 1) 02 The Killing Words 03 Della Brown 04 Silent Lucidity (take 1) 05 Scarborough Fair (take 1) 06 The Lady Wore Black 07 I Will remember (take 2) 08 Scarborough Fair (take 2) 09 Silent Lucidity (take 2) 10 Is Anybody Listening? (take 1) 11 Is Anybody Listening? (take 2) 12 Rockin' In The Free World 13 Silent Lucidity (take 3)

A House - Live on Stage 1992 >

Forming in Dublin out of the ashes of the band Last Chance, vocalist Dave Couse, guitarist Fergal Bunbury, bassist Martin Healy and drummer Dermot Wylie came together as A House

Beyond Barricades >

A documentary on political punk band Anti-Flag. The film explores the trials and tribulations of playing politically charged music and devoting your life to activism.

Abraçar e Agradecer >

Celebrating 50 years of her career, Maria Bethânia filmed in Brazil in 2105 the show Abraçar e Agradecer, which now comes out on CD and DVD.

Satyamev Jayate 1987 >

After a young man is killed in custody, Inspector Arjun Singh is transferred to the small town of Tehsil, where his new neighbours happen to be the family of the young man who died.

Nachnewala Gaanewale 1991 >

Jaggu and Maggu are two friends who live together; sing and dance at weddings, anniversaries, births, and parties for a living. Jaggu has a son named Chander, while Maggu has a daughter named Kamla. They decide to get the children married, and formalize their marriage when they are adults.

The Mystery of Lanois 1990 >

About Daniel Lanois, the Canadian musician and producer, during one of his most productive years in life, living and recording in New Orleans, LA. Daniel Lanois was born in Hull, Quebec. Sept. 19, 1951. His family moved to Hamilton, Ont. in 1963. In 1974 he and his brother Bob built and operated the Grant Avenue Studio, where he produced records by acts such as Martha and the Muffins, Parachute Club, Raffi, and Ian Tyson. In 1989 he released his first solo album, "Acadie". He also produced "Oh Mercy" by Bob Dylan and "Yellow Moon" by The Neville Bros. during the same year.

La Cenerentola 1988 >

Gioacchino Rossini's sparkling version of the Cinderella story comes live from the Salzburg Festival with Ann Murray and Francisco Araiza as Cinderella and the Prince. Director Michael Hampe envisions La Cenerentola less as a fairy tale and more as a gently satirical comment on the nature of society and the relationship between people. Conductor Riccardo Chailly's masterly display of the Rossini style is visually matched by the opulent and elegant set designs by Mauro Pagano. 162 minutes.

These Days >

Shot in a gorgeous church in Moose Jaw, SK, this film captures Nash's simple but mesmerizing performance. Her clean, quiet guitar work is outshone by her dazzling, gritty vocals, while the dull beiges and greens of her surroundings are punctuated by her bright red lipstick and colourful ink.