Imagine: Remastered Version (Get Groovy! Music Film)

“You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one.” These words epitomize John Lennon’s lifelong pursuit of peace and love, whose vision of world harmony also led him to create such indelible classic as “Give Peace a Chance” and “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)”. Among his works, “Imagine,” with its stirring melody and timeless lyrics, was cited by ROLLING STONE magazine as “the greatest musical gift to the world.” Using the power of rock and roll, Lennon expressed his faith in a utopian world that is free and without barriers.

Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool (Get Groovy! Music Film)

In the lengthy musical history of jazz, Miles Davis is undoubtedly one of its most brilliant and influential figures. With his spellbinding performances, this trumpet maestro revolutionized jazz and remained at its forefront for much of his life. This film features interviews with many of Davis’s former collaborators including Quincy Jones, Carlos Santana and Herbie Hancock, as well as never-before-seen footage and rare glimpses of the musical genius at work in the studio. It offers an illuminating portrait of Davis’s eventful life.

In the Tracks of Alexandre Desplat (Get Groovy! Music Film)

Oscar-winning film score composer Alexandre Desplat has already scored over 100 films including THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, ISLE OF DOGS, THE SHAPE OF WATER, THE DANISH GIRL, THE IMITATION GAME, HARRY POTTER: RELIC OF THE DEAD over the course of his illustrious career. Having already received numerous accolades, he won the grand slam of the Oscars, Golden Globes Awards and the British Academy Film Awards with his work on THE SHAPE OF WATER, proving that he is one of the most prolific musical composers in motion pictures and a master of the form. This documentary explores Alexandre Desplat through his work, showing him in his private studio and attending a recording session with a symphony orchestra, in addition to featuring interviews with a host of top directors including Wes Anderson, Roman Polanski and George Clooney, who testify to the composer’s ability to perfectly combine images and music.

Frida: Viva la Vida (ARTiculate: Films)

The Tate Gallery in London named Mexican artist Frida Kahlo one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. Her oeuvre consists mostly of self-portraits that combine elements of traditional Mexican culture and magical realism, which are widely collected by major museums, causing “Fridamania” the world over. Andre Breton, the founder of the Surrealist movement, likened her works to a ribbon around a bomb, while Picasso thought that no one can paint a better self-portrait than Kahlo, and Duchamp helped her organize an art exhibition in Paris. More recently, fashion houses such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Givenchy and Dolce & Gabbana introduced collections inspired by her art, and there is even a Frida Kahlo-style Barbie doll!

Walk with Me (Rerun)

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Imagine: Remastered Version (Get Groovy! Music Film)

“You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one.”

These words epitomize John Lennon’s lifelong pursuit of peace and love, whose vision of world harmony also led him to create such indelible classic as “Give Peace a Chance” and “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)”. Among his works, “Imagine,” with its stirring melody and timeless lyrics, was cited by ROLLING STONE magazine as “the greatest musical gift to the world.” Using the power of rock and roll, Lennon expressed his faith in a utopian world that is free and without barriers.

Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool (Get Groovy! Music Film)

In the lengthy musical history of jazz, Miles Davis is undoubtedly one of its most brilliant and influential figures. With his spellbinding performances, this trumpet maestro revolutionized jazz and remained at its forefront for much of his life. This film features interviews with many of Davis’s former collaborators including Quincy Jones, Carlos Santana and Herbie Hancock, as well as never-before-seen footage and rare glimpses of the musical genius at work in the studio. It offers an illuminating portrait of Davis’s eventful life.

In the Tracks of Alexandre Desplat (Get Groovy! Music Film)

Oscar-winning film score composer Alexandre Desplat has already scored over 100 films including THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, ISLE OF DOGS, THE SHAPE OF WATER, THE DANISH GIRL, THE IMITATION GAME, HARRY POTTER: RELIC OF THE DEAD over the course of his illustrious career. Having already received numerous accolades, he won the grand slam of the Oscars, Golden Globes Awards and the British Academy Film Awards with his work on THE SHAPE OF WATER, proving that he is one of the most prolific musical composers in motion pictures and a master of the form. This documentary explores Alexandre Desplat through his work, showing him in his private studio and attending a recording session with a symphony orchestra, in addition to featuring interviews with a host of top directors including Wes Anderson, Roman Polanski and George Clooney, who testify to the composer’s ability to perfectly combine images and music.

Frida: Viva la Vida (ARTiculate: Films)

The Tate Gallery in London named Mexican artist Frida Kahlo one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. Her oeuvre consists mostly of self-portraits that combine elements of traditional Mexican culture and magical realism, which are widely collected by major museums, causing “Fridamania” the world over. Andre Breton, the founder of the Surrealist movement, likened her works to a ribbon around a bomb, while Picasso thought that no one can paint a better self-portrait than Kahlo, and Duchamp helped her organize an art exhibition in Paris. More recently, fashion houses such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Givenchy and Dolce & Gabbana introduced collections inspired by her art, and there is even a Frida Kahlo-style Barbie doll!

Van Gogh: Of Wheat Fields and Clouded Skies (ARTiculate: Films)

Vincent van Gogh had had a lifelong yearning for love, but yet his life and death were filled with loneliness. Throughout his life, he suffered from constant anxiety and discomfort as well as a relentless struggle with poverty and romantic failures, culminating in a rage-filled episode in which he cut off his own ear, followed by suicide via a self-inflicted gunshot to the chest. He found solace only in art, and through painting he soothed his pain. Van Gogh immersed himself in rural life and nature, and consoled himself with the heavens and the earth, creating distinctive visions of night skies and wheat fields. He once wrote that “If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere.”

The Hermitage: Power of Art (ARTiculate: Films)

The State Hermitage Museum at St. Petersburg in Russia is the second largest art museum in the world, second only to the Louvre in Paris. This group of 18th century Baroque-style buildings once served as the Winter Palace to the Czars and is now the home to over 3 million pieces of art from various periods including prehistoric, ancient Egyptian, classical Roman and the Renaissance, in addition to Russian and Chinese art. The collection encompasses works by such masters as Da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, Picasso, Reubens, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Monet, Matisse and Gauguin. On display are numerous paintings, sculptures, artifacts, pottery, porcelain, gold and silverware, jewelry, coins, as well as furniture and decorative pieces.    

Jheronimus Bosch: Touched by the Devil (ARTiculate: Film)

The legendary Dutch artist Jheronimus Bosch is considered by many to be a precursor to surrealism, predating the 20th century art movement by several hundred years, while the surrealist master Salvador Dali once styled himself “the new Bosch”. Bosch’s style of art is bizarre and wondrous, filled with strange creatures that symbolize human fear and desire. At present, there are only 25 extant Bosch paintings, including such masterpieces as GARDEN OF EARTHLY DELIGHTS and SEVEN DEADLY SINS AND THE FOUR LAST THINGS. Even though he painted few works, Bosch’s imagination was wide-reaching, encompassing heaven, hell and everything in between. His vision transcends time and space, inspiring countless modern artists.

Gauguin from the National Gallery (ARTiculate: Film)

Paul Gauguin, along with Van Gogh and Cézanne, are seen as pivotal figures of post-Impressionism. Gauguin had long been attracted to exotic cultures and later chose to escape civilization and sought inspiration in foreign locales. He saw himself as a “brute” and his creations are full of vitality and energy. His depictions of native subjects were colorful while at the same time showed careful attention to lines and figure proportions. With this work, he marked a departure from Impressionism and made use of the medium to explore issues about life and art, and his art had a lasting influence on later generations of artists such as Matisse. This film was made in collaboration with The National Gallery in London, which allowed the crew advance access to “Gauguin Portraits”, the first-ever exhibition devoted to the portraits of Paul Gauguin that opened in October, 2019. In addition, the production also visited Tahiti, France and the Marquesas Islands to obtain insight on the artist through his works and interviews with his descendants, and offers a comprehensive reevaluation of this “brutish” artist.

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Imagine: Remastered Version (Get Groovy! Music Film)

“You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one.”

These words epitomize John Lennon’s lifelong pursuit of peace and love, whose vision of world harmony also led him to create such indelible classic as “Give Peace a Chance” and “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)”. Among his works, “Imagine,” with its stirring melody and timeless lyrics, was cited by ROLLING STONE magazine as “the greatest musical gift to the world.” Using the power of rock and roll, Lennon expressed his faith in a utopian world that is free and without barriers.

Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool (Get Groovy! Music Film)

In the lengthy musical history of jazz, Miles Davis is undoubtedly one of its most brilliant and influential figures. With his spellbinding performances, this trumpet maestro revolutionized jazz and remained at its forefront for much of his life. This film features interviews with many of Davis’s former collaborators including Quincy Jones, Carlos Santana and Herbie Hancock, as well as never-before-seen footage and rare glimpses of the musical genius at work in the studio. It offers an illuminating portrait of Davis’s eventful life.

In the Tracks of Alexandre Desplat (Get Groovy! Music Film)

Oscar-winning film score composer Alexandre Desplat has already scored over 100 films including THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, ISLE OF DOGS, THE SHAPE OF WATER, THE DANISH GIRL, THE IMITATION GAME, HARRY POTTER: RELIC OF THE DEAD over the course of his illustrious career. Having already received numerous accolades, he won the grand slam of the Oscars, Golden Globes Awards and the British Academy Film Awards with his work on THE SHAPE OF WATER, proving that he is one of the most prolific musical composers in motion pictures and a master of the form. This documentary explores Alexandre Desplat through his work, showing him in his private studio and attending a recording session with a symphony orchestra, in addition to featuring interviews with a host of top directors including Wes Anderson, Roman Polanski and George Clooney, who testify to the composer’s ability to perfectly combine images and music.

Frida: Viva la Vida (ARTiculate: Films)

The Tate Gallery in London named Mexican artist Frida Kahlo one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. Her oeuvre consists mostly of self-portraits that combine elements of traditional Mexican culture and magical realism, which are widely collected by major museums, causing “Fridamania” the world over. Andre Breton, the founder of the Surrealist movement, likened her works to a ribbon around a bomb, while Picasso thought that no one can paint a better self-portrait than Kahlo, and Duchamp helped her organize an art exhibition in Paris. More recently, fashion houses such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Givenchy and Dolce & Gabbana introduced collections inspired by her art, and there is even a Frida Kahlo-style Barbie doll!

Van Gogh: Of Wheat Fields and Clouded Skies (ARTiculate: Films)

Vincent van Gogh had had a lifelong yearning for love, but yet his life and death were filled with loneliness. Throughout his life, he suffered from constant anxiety and discomfort as well as a relentless struggle with poverty and romantic failures, culminating in a rage-filled episode in which he cut off his own ear, followed by suicide via a self-inflicted gunshot to the chest. He found solace only in art, and through painting he soothed his pain. Van Gogh immersed himself in rural life and nature, and consoled himself with the heavens and the earth, creating distinctive visions of night skies and wheat fields. He once wrote that “If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere.”

The Hermitage: Power of Art (ARTiculate: Films)

The State Hermitage Museum at St. Petersburg in Russia is the second largest art museum in the world, second only to the Louvre in Paris. This group of 18th century Baroque-style buildings once served as the Winter Palace to the Czars and is now the home to over 3 million pieces of art from various periods including prehistoric, ancient Egyptian, classical Roman and the Renaissance, in addition to Russian and Chinese art. The collection encompasses works by such masters as Da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, Picasso, Reubens, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Monet, Matisse and Gauguin. On display are numerous paintings, sculptures, artifacts, pottery, porcelain, gold and silverware, jewelry, coins, as well as furniture and decorative pieces.    

Jheronimus Bosch: Touched by the Devil (ARTiculate: Film)

The legendary Dutch artist Jheronimus Bosch is considered by many to be a precursor to surrealism, predating the 20th century art movement by several hundred years, while the surrealist master Salvador Dali once styled himself “the new Bosch”. Bosch’s style of art is bizarre and wondrous, filled with strange creatures that symbolize human fear and desire. At present, there are only 25 extant Bosch paintings, including such masterpieces as GARDEN OF EARTHLY DELIGHTS and SEVEN DEADLY SINS AND THE FOUR LAST THINGS. Even though he painted few works, Bosch’s imagination was wide-reaching, encompassing heaven, hell and everything in between. His vision transcends time and space, inspiring countless modern artists.

Gauguin from the National Gallery (ARTiculate: Film)

Paul Gauguin, along with Van Gogh and Cézanne, are seen as pivotal figures of post-Impressionism. Gauguin had long been attracted to exotic cultures and later chose to escape civilization and sought inspiration in foreign locales. He saw himself as a “brute” and his creations are full of vitality and energy. His depictions of native subjects were colorful while at the same time showed careful attention to lines and figure proportions. With this work, he marked a departure from Impressionism and made use of the medium to explore issues about life and art, and his art had a lasting influence on later generations of artists such as Matisse. This film was made in collaboration with The National Gallery in London, which allowed the crew advance access to “Gauguin Portraits”, the first-ever exhibition devoted to the portraits of Paul Gauguin that opened in October, 2019. In addition, the production also visited Tahiti, France and the Marquesas Islands to obtain insight on the artist through his works and interviews with his descendants, and offers a comprehensive reevaluation of this “brutish” artist.

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    "Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool"           "Imagine: Remaster version"       "In the Tracks of Alexandre Desplat"

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