A music video for the song by supepe that was featured on Fuji TV's Hirake! Ponkikki program.
Live performance from the Opéra National de Lyon.
Sanju Surendran composes a dreamlike and abstract portrait, focusing on the sensorial universe of a hyper-contemporary vestal committed to three thousand-year-old practice.
Live from the Metropolitan Opera 2 March 1988.
An in-depth look at one of the world's most controversial artists. This personal narrative features numerous songs by both Yoko and her late husband, John Lennon. These include "Imagine," "Give Peace a Chance," and "Walking on Thin Ice."
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.
Enter The Haggis performing live at The Real Room in Burlington, MA on 5/17/09.
The story of a man who cannot erase the memory of his dead girlfriend drowned in the sea.
An epic Love story in which two lovers Heer and Ranjha get along with each other but unfortunately their Love story is not easy. Ranjha fights his way to get Heer but he is not able to do so.
'Swipe Right' is a musical comedy set in the era of internet dating over the course of one night in New York City.
Through a more personal and conversational style of documentary, Thelonious Monk – American Composer was the first fully rounded portrait of this terribly misunderstood man and musician. He was the pianistic ringleader of the bebop revolution and, after Duke Ellington, jazz' first major composer. Thelonious Sphere Monk – a most original talent – remained a highly productive musician after more than thirty years of musical activity and continued to be a growing artist, exploring his art and extending his range.
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.
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.