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Classically trained guitarist Eugene is on a mission to find the 'missing' song of legendary bluesman Robert Johnson. To do this he needs to track down blues legend Willie Brown, a man from whom he learns the true secret of the blues and whose soul he must save from the devil with his new found skill. find out more...

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‘Living in the Material World’ features private home videos, photos and never before heard tracks to trace the arc of George’s journey from his birth in 1943 to his passing in 2001. This is a deeply personal film of Harrison’s life. Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Paul McCartney, Yoko Ono, Olivia and Dhani Harrison, among many others, talk openly about George’s many gifts and contradictions, and reveal the lives they shared together. A vivid, fascinating and revealing find out more...


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This hybrid of a film, part back scenes documentary (interviews, rehearsals and backstage footage as Jacko prepared for the never to be done London.shows), part live footage and part video hits is seamlessly put together in a wonderful tribute to the man we would have loved Michael Jackson to have been, a singer without a hint of the narcotic stupor he was rumoured to have fallen into, no destructive revelations from our gutter press and no little boys hanging around backstage. This is Neverland find out more...

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Egotistical rock roadie Le Donk has seen it all and now he's determined to make his new prodigy, real life rapper Sor-Zay-Zee, a hit. An improvised rockumentary made in just 5 days and based round a real life Arctic Monkeys gig in Manchester. A funny, quirky, improvised and almost plotless pleasure. find out more...

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An impassioned documentary from the man who brought this series of documentaries into being; we follow a young man in his search, from the Niger in Mali to the Mississippi Gin joints, for the birth and evolution of the blues. find out more...

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A seminal, personal and passionate history of the Blues from its African roots to its inescapable influence on every genre of popular music, past and present. find out more...

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A remarkably humble and heartfelt film by Clint Eastwood focusing on his love of the blues piano; rare archive footage combines with performances and interviews from Ray Charles, Fats Domino, Dr John, Nat King Cole, Martha Davis, Duke Ellington, Oscar Peterson, and Art Tatum, to name but a few. find out more...

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Mike Figgis focuses on the Blues explosion that took place during the 1960s in Britain, combining it with a jam session at Abbey Road studios with the likes of Tom Jones, Jeff Beck and Lulu. find out more...

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A homage to the great BB King and the birth place of American Blues with performances from Fats Domino, Little Milton, Little Richard, The Coasters, Rosco Gordon, Rufus Thomas and of course Mr King himself. find out more...

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Wim Wenders' contribution to the Martin Scorsese led seven films of the blues, from its African birth place to its monumental contemporary influence. This particular piece concentrates on the Blues legends, Skip James, J B Lenoir and Blind Willie Johnson. A mesmerising musical journey by a director with a passion. find out more...