Centuries of June, perhaps more than any Cornell film, is a naked attempt to capture the soul of a place and the mood of a disappearing moment.
Spanning the entire career of death metal's biggest and most controversial band. Comes in a 3-panel Digipak with embossed artwork. With Full Force 2007 footage recorded in Leipzig, Germany on June 29, 2007 at With Full Force Festival. Toronto 2006 footage recorded in Toronto Ontario on November 15, 2006 at the Opera House. Party San 2005 footage recorded in Germany on August 14, 2005 at Party.San Open Air. Buffalo 1989 footage recorded in Buffalo, NY on September 29, 1989 at the River Rock Café.
A trouper till the end, the late Lonesome Dave Peverett went out like a true bluesman, with guitar in hand, touring with his beloved band, Foghat. This DVD documents one of the last performances of the legendary original Foghat line up of Dave, Rod Price, Roger Earl, and Tony Stevens that toured almost constantly through the 1970s and 1980s, ripping through all their signature hits like "I Just Want to Make Love to You," "Slow Ride," and "Fool For the City." Amazingly, even as a century ended and another began, the band's and especially Dave's passion for the music never waned and the concert captured on tape is as fitting a tribute as any to the enduring Foghat legacy.
David Barton reveals America’s forgotten history and heroes in a very interesting and entertaining way. It explores some of the leading educators of the last 400 years and how they understood clearly that to educate a man’s mind but not his heart, as Theodore Roosevelt said, often produces an educated barbarian.
The naked female body is a common theme in art - and women know it best. It should be no surprise that they reinvented how we see, paint, and experience the female body. But why don't we know who these women painters are?
The Lost Centuries was an eight-part television series made in 1968 by Anglia Television, introduced by Professor Glyn Daniel, presented by Dr Brian Hope-Taylor and produced and directed by Forbes Taylor. It focussed upon British history between the departure of the Romans and the arrival of the Renaissance. It was broadcast in 1971 by ITV in a fixed early evening slot, and episodes were of a 25 minute duration.
Sir John Gielgud is joined by an outstanding repertory of actors in this pioneering, imaginative series demonstrating the immense variety and emotional impact of English-language poetry, from the fourteenth century to the contemporary era.