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'All My Loving' was created when John Lennon and Paul McCartney challenged Palmer, then a classical music documentarian, to make a film that encompassed the 1968 music world in one hour of screen time. This was the time of student demonstrations against the war in Vietnam and the music describes this struggle while also providing an escape from the troubles of the day. Great footage and interviews with the likes of The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Pink Floyd - who had just lost Syd Barrett - find out more...

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'Bobby Fischer Against the World' is a documentary feature exploring the tragic and bizarre life of the late chess master Bobby Fischer. The drama of Bobby Fischer's career was undeniable, from his troubled childhood, to his rock star status as World Champion and Cold War icon, to his life as a fugitive on the run. This film explores one of the most infamous and mysterious characters of the 20th century.

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Since 1959 Fidel Castro has been both pariah and paragon, an icon for young 'revolutionaries' and fashion victims, a committed leader of his people, a symbol of evil and distrust to the American government and his legacy has been made as much by myth as by fact. In this documentary politico/filmmaker Oliver Stone chose 95 minutes from 30 hours of footage that he filmed while spending time with Castro. The film opens with a placard stating that any time during the shooting Castro was able to say find out more...
CRUMB (1995)

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Robert Crumb, a nerd from a totally dysfunctional family, became, thru' Fritz the Cat, Mr Natural and Keep on Truckin' et al, the leading subversive cartoonist of the '60s underground generation. Here, through interviews with him, family, friends and critics, you can put together a portrait of his personality and be introduced to his work. find out more...

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Charting a golden era of British music. American blues found its first white audience, in British ports! Ergo The Animals, Stones, Yardbirds, Beatles and many others, the import of a young Hendrix, the development of R&B and its Heavy Metal progeny. Much twanging of guitars and blowing of blues harps. find out more...

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A young filmmaker attempts to understand his life by recording it on film, only to have his experiment turn into an alienating, voyeuristic obsession. One of the neglected milestones in contemporary film history, this legendary independent classic captures the state of mind and the state of the art in late 1960s America. find out more...

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While the Americans were trying to reach the moon the economically and politically suffering British had found a new sort of hero, long distance yachters. The Sunday Times put up a prize for the person who could make the fastest non-stop solo circumnavigation of the globe, a feat thought beyond the endurance of man or machine and so it proved for all but one of the Kiplingesque adventurers who stepped into the breech. This remarkable documentary, from the team that brought us Touching The Voi find out more...


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Live footage shot during Dylan's controversial 1965 concert tour of England. Songs include classics 'Subterranean Homesick Blues', 'Maggie's Farm', 'The Times They Are A' Changin' ' and 'It's All Right Ma I'm Only Bleeding'. The DVD also features performances from Joan Baez, Alan Price and Donovan. find out more...

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A psuedo-documentary that takes scenes from Hitchcock`s movies to examine the great paranoia of the time, the Cold War and a consequent devastating nuclear war.
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Based on Peter Biskind's revelationary book, Easy Riders Raging Bulls is a gobsmacking and addictive insight into the cocaine fuelled genius of Hollywood's movers, shakers and makers during a period of cinema noted not just for its success but it's willingness to take risks and embrace originality. Though considering the hedonistic behaviour of most involved, it's a miracle they even knew who they were. find out more...