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Gregory Porter: Don’t Forget Your Music

Gregory Porter Don’t Forget Your Music is an inspirational story of a unique musical talent. Told through candid interviews, and exclusive access-all-areas coverage, the story traces the Grammy-award winner’s journey to international fame.

There is no doubt Porter is special, his story is particularly poignant in the current American zeitgeist, yet Porter transcends to represent the next generation in the American Jazz story.
The camera loves Porter; he is a mountain of a man, softly spoken who strikes a sartorial presence in an eclectic mix of tailored suits, waistcoats and his now famous Jazz hat.

The documentary contains interviews and contributions from Porter’s family, music industry figures and some of the world’s most influential musicians.
In a time when the world and media is obsessed with making instant stars through reality TV and social media, this film shows that at the heart of success must be raw talent and self-belief.

“You have to experience life before you sing it”.
– Gregory Porter

Film contributors:
Hubert Laws, Sir Van Morrison, Jools Holland, Gilles Peterson, Jamie Cullum, Kamua Kenyatta, Lloyd C. Porter, Clare Teal and Max Herre… to name a few.

Genre: Jazz / Documentary / B&W
Director: Alfred George Bailey
Producer: Firerosefilms
Year: 2016
Duration: 85 minutes
Format: HD

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Singapore Jazz Festival 2018 – Lalah Hathaway, House of the Gipsies and Incognito in 4K

-Lalah Hathaway-
-House of the Gipsies-
-Incognito featuring Imagination-

Genre: Jazz
Director: Amos Rozenberg
Duration: 60 to 90 minutes
Format: HD

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Christian Scott live at the Coopérative de Mai 2018

In a few years, Christian Scott has become the emblematic figure of a generation of jazzmen able to shake conventions and open new horizons.

The young trumpet player is from the long line of New Orleans greats, from King Oliver and Louis Armstrong to Wynton Marsalis, Terence Blanchard and Nicholas Payton.

After collaborating with McCoy Tyner, Prince, Marcus Miller, Eddie Palmieri or Mos Def, he is today the new darling of jazz fusion, camped at the crossroads of hip hop, soul and jazz.

Genre: Jazz
Director: Pierre Simboiselle
Duration: 90 minutes
Format: HD

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Vasily Petrenko conducts Beethoven with Capuçon, Soltani, Shani and the IPO 2018 in 4K

A Beethoven program conducted by the future Music Director of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra Vasily Petrenko.

Vasily Petrenko, conductor
Pablo Ferrández, cellist
Lahav Shani, pianist
Renaud Capuçon, violinist
Kian Soltani, cellist

Dvořák: Concerto for Cello in B minor
Beethoven: Coriolan Overture
Beethoven: Concerto for violin, cello and piano
Beethoven: Symphony no. 5

Genre: Classical Music Concert
Director: Christophe Boula
Duration: 140 minutes
Format: 4K

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TAPE – David Bowie, Peaches, The Libertines, Prince, Black Sabbath, Yann Tiersen and more


The history of a major music artist in the time it takes to play one of their songs.

-Chilly Gonzales-
-Etienne Daho-
-David Bowie-
-The Libertines-
-Carl Craig-
-John Cale-
-LCD Soundsystem-
-PJ Harvey-
-Black Sabbath-
-Iggy Pop-
-Laurent Garnier-
-Yann Tiersen-
-Françoise Hardy-

Genre: Pop/Rock / Documentary series
Duration: 18 x 3min episodes
Languages: French / English

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Scenes from a Ferry by Alexander Ekman 2017

”We were seen as the perfect couple. No complications. Won’t you miss never to sleep with anyone but me? I am pregnant. What shall we do now? Do you want a divorce? I don’t know. I am totally confused.”

The internationally acclaimed Swedish choreographer Alexander Ekman creates creates an experimental and improvised choreographic installation with movements, and a dialogue based on Ingmar Bergman’s praised TV- series from 1973 ’Scenes from a marriage’. The TV-series was broadcasted all over the world and created debate and controversy as it, based on Bergman’s own experiences, in an unusually frank manner exposed psychological tensions in a marriage.

The performance has never been rehearsed. The dancers only got brief instructions and some codes to follow. Alexander Ekman dances together with dancers from the Royal Swedish Ballet.

The Swedish composer Mikael Karlsson has written most of the music in the flm and accompanies and improvises himself on a piano based on Ekman’s ideas and instructions.

Ingmar Bergman’s son Ingmar Bergman jr is executive producer, together with Marie-Louise Sid-Sylwander, rehearsal director at the Royal Swedish Ballet.

The installation was flmed during its first performance at the ‘Bergman Week’ festival in Fårö, Sweden.

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