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Miles Davis: Horn player, bandleader, innovator. Miles was a singular force of nature, the very embodiment of cool. The central theme of Miles Davis' life, and of this film is Davis' ... See full summary »
Documentary on the musical, cultural and political legacy of Sam Cooke, with a focus on the unclear circumstances of his untimely death.
Follows the life of Clarence Avant, the ultimate, uncensored mentor and behind-the-scenes rainmaker in music, film, TV and politics. (imdb)
An intimate look into the life of icon Quincy Jones. A unique force in music and popular culture for 70 years, Jones has transcended racial and cultural boundaries; his story is inextricably woven into the fabric of America. (imdb)
Quincy Jones: Burning the Light (2016) - TV Movie
A comic with terminal cancer actuates his dream of making a standup special as his legacy.
İhsan bir hastanede hademe olarak çalışıyor. Sessiz, silik, içine kapalı bir tip. Hastanede ayak işlerini bitirince eve dönüyor, mahallede alışverişini yapıyor, ona laf atan kahvedekilere takılmadan eve gidiyor, alt katında yaşayan ev sahibinin dediklerine tamam deyip yemek programları izleyerek akşam yemeğini yiyor. İhsan cesetlerle tuhaf şeyler yapıyor. (ifistanbul.com)
A documentary that follows jazz legend Clark Terry over four years to document the mentorship between Terry and 23-year-old blind piano prodigy Justin Kauflin as the young man prepares to compete in an elite, international competition.
The documentary features interview segments with such "Golden Age" composers as Lalo Schifrin, Quincy Jones, John Barry, Michel Legrand and Peter Thomas. The participants discuss composing music for films in general and some of their more well-known themes in particular.
The true story of a British heiress's love for jazz genius Thelonious Monk. (imdb)
Walt Disney's dream of creating a "concert film" with a perpetually changing musical repertoire is at last realized with the debut of the animated extravaganza, Fantasia/2000. (Walt Disney Pictures)
Art Kane, now deceased, coordinated a group photograph of all the top jazz musicians in NYC in the year 1958, for a piece in Esquire magazine. Just about every jazz musician at the time showed up for the photo shoot which took place in front of a brownstone near the 125th street station. The documentary compiles interviews of many of the musicians in the photograph to talk about the day of the photograph, and it shows film footage taken that day by Milt Hinton and his wife. (imdb)
A unique look at the legendary musician, arranger, composer and producer offers a collage of memories, sounds and intimate interviews with musical greats in a rousing showcase.