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BARAKA (1993)

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Baraka is a stunningly shot mystical insight into mankind's role on planet Earth. Shot entirely on 70mm film we are taken on an incredibly beautiful and moving journey around our planet. No words, just stunning images and evocative music. An excellent Koyaanisqatsi type chill out film. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

At the peak of her international career, Maria Enders is asked to perform in a revival of the play that made her famous twenty years ago. But back then she played the role of Sigrid, an alluring young girl who disarms and eventually drives her boss Helena to suicide. Now she is being asked to step into the other role, that of the older Helena. She departs with her assistant to rehearse in Sils Maria; a remote region of the Alps. A young Hollywood starlet with a penchant for scandal is to take find out more...


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In Greendale, Neil Young has made what he calls a "musical novel," telling the story of a three generational family, a cop's inadvertent murder and the sociopolitical evolution of a girl named Sun Green. Not a concert film, Young directs actors on locations on his Northern California home turf to create his Greendale, a rural town microcosm of a world in crisis. He shot the film himself on a German Super 8 underwater camera he loves. Then it was blown up to 35mm, giving the film a rough-hewn, al find out more...

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A beautiful and evocative film using time-lapse and slow motion photography, choreographed to the eerie music of Philip Glass, to make comparisons between different types of physical motion. The film progresses from purely natural environments to nature as affected by man and, finally, to man's selfmade environment; devoid of nature, in chaos and disarray, but still following the patterns of natural flow as depicted earlier in the film. Through this the film conveys its key message, which is Koy find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating


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The cult film based on the classic album by Pink Floyd. Through a series of disturbing flashbacks we follow the story of Pink a rock and roll performer pushed to the brink of madness by moneymen, drugs and the loss of his father to WW2 when Pink was an infant. The story of a man, tortured by his memories, and the wall he builds around himself. Brilliant! find out more...

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Made after the awesome Koyaanisqatsi, Powaqqatsi concentrates more on the damaging effect of modern society on our ancient cultures, and, though harder edged, is still beautifully composed both photographically and musically. find out more...

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This 2-disc DVD set celebrates the work of the amazing master craftsmen and identical twin animators The Quay Brothers, who have produced a unique body of work and made a major contribution towards establishing the puppet film as a serious adult art form. find out more...

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San Francisco, 1976. Marty's homage to the music of the 60s era features the now legendary The Band's farewell gig complete with many leading contemperanous musicians. The film contains both musical footage and interviews with the leading players and is both a memorial and tribute to an era. find out more...

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Get your rocks off with the Dark Prince of the Music Video! With an unerring knack for visualising your darkest nightmares and his sensitivity to the music he uses, Cunningham's ouevre is truly unsettling. Aphex Twin's 'Come To Daddy' and 'Windowlicker' are two well known favourites. At once inspiring fits of giggles and forcing you to run for cover behind your mate's sofa, this short and sweet compilation also features some of his less seen video installation work, including the hypnotic 'Monke find out more...