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The 1975 live at Pitchfork Music Festival Paris 2019 in 4K

Formed in 2002, the alternative rock band led by Matthew Healy has become a leading figure in England’s indie rock scene. Navigating easily between electro, pop, hip-hop and folk, as well as jazz, its 3rd opus, “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships” won the prize for “Best British Album” at the 39th Brit Awards ceremony in London in 2019. Performing at the Pitchfork in Paris, giving a taste of the future “Notes On a Conditional Form” to be released in February 2020, on which the young environmental activist Greta Thunberg appears.

Genre: Pop / Rock
Duration: 70 minutes
Format: 4K
Director: Benoît Toulemonde

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Quincy Jones A Musical Celebration in Paris 2019 in 4K

The celebration of a mythical career presented by Quincy Jones himself, accompanied by a symphony orchestra conducted by Jules Buckley, and very special guest artists.

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Selah Sue
Shelea
Jonah Nilsson
Salif Gueye
Ibrahim Maalouf
Marcus Miller
Richard Bona
Véronique Sanson

In his seventy-year career, Quincy Jones has arranged, composed, produced and orchestrated for America’s most legendary artists: Louis Armstrong, Sarah Vaughan, Ray Charles, Barbra Streisand, Dinah Washington, Stevie Wonder, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson and many others.

Be-bop, jazz, funk, bossa nova, hip-hop … he commands all styles, and his musical journey has been marked by hits: Thriller, Billie Jean, Fly Me to the Moon, You don’t own me … But the accolades extend beyond music, and into cinema and television: Quincy Jones also distinguished himself in the composition of music for films that have become emblematic of their eras. The Color Purple (1986), by Steven Spielberg, The Wiz (1978) and The Pawnbroker (1964) by Sidney Lumet, as well as the internationally successful series, Ironside, with Raymond Burr.

The winner of multiple Grammy Awards and an Oscar, Quincy Jones also composed one of the world’s best-selling singles: We Are the World in 1985, a song for charity, and produced one of the most iconic albums of all time: Thriller, performed by Michael Jackson.

Quincy Jones is a pioneer: the first African-American to write a song for cinema, to be nominated for an Oscar for best original song, or to hold the position of vice-president of a label (Mercury in 1961).
A trailblazer who commands respect and has paved the way for entire new generations: Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar … the list goes on.

Genre: Pop Music
Duration: 90 or 120 minutes (70 mins Michael Jackson special available)
Format: 4K
Director: Samuel Thiebaut
Producers: ARTE / Qwest TV

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