New Order: Brixton Academy

New Order: Brixton Academy 1989

Live concert from 4 April 1987 by the British band New Order at The Academy in Brixton, a fundraising performance for International AIDS Day. Song list: Bizarre Love Triangle, Perfect Kiss, Ceremony, Dreams Never End, Love vigilantes, Confusion, Age of Consent, Temptation.

Hommage a Sevilla

Hommage a Sevilla 1981

Placido Domingo celebrates the city that has inspired the greatest number of opera composers as a setting.

Nathan Milstein: In Portrait

Nathan Milstein: In Portrait 1992

A documentary portrait of famed Ukrainian-American violinist Nathan Milstein (1903–92), covering his life and career through conversations with the artist and with some of his notable students, interspersed with brief performances and followed by two concert performances.

George M!

George M! 1970

Based on the semi-hit Broadway musical of 1968 starring Joel Grey, this TV version has been re-fashioned in significant ways. The premise here is that a small group of modern-day performers have gotten together in a rehearsal studio to celebrate George M. Cohan's life and work. Joel Grey and Bernadette Peters (also from the original cast) and the other cast members are apparently playing themselves, with Austin Pendleton serving as a stage manager/director.

The 12 Days of Christmas

The 12 Days of Christmas 1975

A short Christmas animation produced by Sheila Graber based on the traditional carol ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’. The film focuses on Santa Claus as he introduces each of the twelve days to comic effect.



Dumont's sequel to JEANNETTE picks up where the previous film left off, with Jeanne's military victories, her capture, trial, and ultimate execution.

Ms. Velma's Most Incredibly Magnificent Christmas Week

Ms. Velma's Most Incredibly Magnificent Christmas Week 1976

A Christmas special of extraordinary beauty. One hour of magnificent staging, costumes, and music. Featuring Miss Velma Jaggers--famous the world over for her beautiful dramas and called by fashion designers one of the twelve best dressed women in American. Accompanied by the Statesmen Quartet and the Miss Velma Singers and Musicians. This is the rare and highly beloved complete recording of Miss Velma's holiday spectacular, Christmas in America. Now, presented in amazing low definition, digitally remastered from archival VHS. This is the actual, legendary, one-of-a-kind Christmas cantata extravaganza originally performed and broadcast from the Universal World Church in Los Angeles, California. —Universal World Church

The Cure: Play Out

The Cure: Play Out 1991

The two-hour film collects various live and rehearsal performances by The Cure from early 1991, including some of the band’s “MTV Unplugged” appearance and pre-release airings of a few cuts that would make Wish cuts and one very notable track that wouldn’t: “The Big Hand,” a fan favourite that would inexplicably wind up a B-side.

Denis & Denis: The Movie

Denis & Denis: The Movie 1985

A little known cyber punk musical with a love story twist set in a distant future made by Denis & Denis, featuring the most famous songs from their albums "Čuvaj Se" (1984) and "Ja Sam Lažljiva" (1985). This special was broadcast on TV Belgrade in 1985. A song entitled "Ja Sam Lažljiva" features in the end credits. -Jason Forrest, Network Awesome.

S.P.K. Despair

S.P.K. Despair 1982

Infamous underground film made by pioneering Australian industrial band S.P.K. that is part music video, part mondo/death film and part live performance. Not for the squeamish.