A "gangster noir" set in the 1970s, when Gangnam, Seoul goes under development. Political powers and darker organizations collide as they seek to grab control of the influential and exclusive area.
The baron's grandson rents the family castle to a TV crew to fund his atomic revival of the family monster.
Sex Fashion and Disco is a documentary film concerning Antonio Lopez (1943-1987), the most influential fashion illustrator of 1970s Paris and New York, and his colorful and sometimes outrageous milieu.
After serving 12 years behind bars for armed robbery, tough guy Hank McCain finds himself the pawn of a ruthless mob runt's rebellion against a high level don. When McCain discovers that he's been betrayed and abandoned by his new employer, he retaliates with a high stakes Las Vegas casino heist that erupts into all-out war on the streets of Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York. Not blood, nor lust, nor wedding vows can come between McCain and his money...or his machine gun.
The 1970 finals saw the emergence of probably the greatest team the world has ever seen, in the all-conquering form of Brazil. Pélé was playing in his last finals and his touch, vision and goal prowess combined with Jairzinho's amazing feat of scoring in every round, propelled the Brazilians to an irresistible 4-1 final victory over an overwhelmed Italy.
Filmed on August 1970, 2AM, in front of 600,000 people, with Jim Morrison’s ongoing Miami obscenity trial still weighing heavily on the band, they traverse such staples as “Roadhouse Blues”, “Break On Through (To The Other Side)”, and “Light My Fire”.
Hollywood Festival North West England 1970
Forty summers ago on a windswept island just off England's southern coastline, a young Canadian folksinger-songwriter-poet-novelist named Leonard Cohen delivered the performance of a lifetime.
This DVD shows Tony Iommy Using his own examples to explain how Black Sabbath wrote, worked and played together. Also featured is archive footage of vintage Black Sabbath live and promo videos.
1 Heaven And Hell 2 I Can't Explain 3 Water 4 I Don't Even Know Myself 5 Young Man Blues 6 Overture / It's A Boy 7 1921 8 Amazing Journey 9 Sparks 10 Eyesight To The Blind / Christmas 11 Acid Queen 12 Pinball Wizard 13 Do You Think It's Alright? 14 Tommy, Can You Hear Me? 15 There's A Doctor / Go To The Mirror 16 Smash The Mirror 17 Miracle Cure / I'm Free 18 Tommy's Holiday Camp 19 We're Not Gonna Take It 20 See Me, Feel Me 21 My Generation
A long and thoughtful look at those desperate days of October 1970, when Montréal awaited the outcome of FLQ terrorist acts. This film puts the October Crisis in the long perspective of history. Compiled from news and other films, it shows independence movements past and present, and their leaders; it reflects the mingled relief, dismay, defiance, when the Canadian army came to Montréal; and it shows how political leaders viewed the intervention.
Creedence Clearwater Revival Royal Albert Hall London, England April 14 1970 50 Minutes NTSC Mono 1 Born On The Bayou 2 Green River 3 Tombstone Shadow 4 Travelin' Band 5 Fortunate Son 6 Commotion 7 Midnight Special 8 Bad Moon Rising 9 Proud Mary 10 The Night Time is the Right Time 11 Good Golly Miss Molly 12 Keep On Chooglin' John Fogerty: Guitar and Vocals Tom Fogerty: Guitar Stu Cook: Bass Doug Clifford: Drums
Commencing in 1920 with Charles Sheeler and Paul Strand s creative collaboration on Manhatta, successive generations of experimental filmmakers and artists have worked in collaboration or alone to create a cinema capable of expressing dynamic unspoken concepts in totally abstract visual terms. Flicker Alley and the Blackhawk Films® Collection in cooperation with Filmmakers Showcase are proud to present this premiere collection of 37 films created by some of the most acclaimed names of American Avant-garde experimental filmmaking.
This Video captures the Canterbury Sound legends Soft Machine live in France filmed at a concert for French television in 1970. The line up of the band at the time of this concert included, Mike Ratledge, Robert Wyatt, Hugh Hopper, Elton Dean and Lyn Dobson. The concert took place on the 2nd of March 1970 at the Theatre de la Musique in Paris.
Melodrama about a bomber on board an airplane, an airport almost closed by snow, and various personal problems of the people involved.
Just three years into their career and just months before the release of the their acclaimed album "Aqualung," Jethro Tull performed on the final day of the 1970 Isle of Wight festival. Aware-winning director Murray Lerner captures tension between the hippie audience and show organizers, and audio commentary by from man Ian Anderson provides intimate perspective into the band's festival experience. Songs include "Nothing is Easy" and "My God."
Supertramp play a few songs....
Chapter 15 of the series 18 decades of life in Mexico in the twentieth century. Images of the cultural, social and political life in Mexico from 1970 to 1974. During the presidential term of Luis Echeverria Alvarez fantasies of prosperous and modern country it dissolves; Mexico live in political crisis. It is a time of omnipotence, barbarism, and violence intervention: the world seeks new ways. In Mexico, it held the World Cup, unionism is strengthened and inflation responds to the continuing economic imbalances.
1970 was the year of transition in Grand Prix racing; the season that pitched the old guard against a feisty new breed of racers intent on pushing Formula One forward into the new decade. Nothing symbolised this battle more than the cars used by top contenders: Jacky Ickx’s Ferrari 312B relied on brute force to compensate for its outdated styling, whereas Jochen Rindt’s Lotus 72 showed that radical aerodynamics represented a brave and (potentially) faster way forward. And with the technological battles came a fascinating season’s racing. Jackie Stewart was the defending champion but took nothing for granted. When different drivers won the first four races, Stewart, and the world, knew that the Championship was wide open. Thrilling battles ensued until triumph and tragedy came together in one fatal collision: on the 5th of September 1970 Championship leader Jochen Rindt died during practice at Monza. He was to become the sport’s first posthumous champion.
A dramatization of the actual events surrounding the October Crisis in the province of Quebec, Canada.
Two teams of advertising executives compete to win the Raleigh of Nottingham's 'Raleigh Chopper' Christmas ad campaign. One team live and work the 1970s - without computers, mobile phones, internet or even motorcycle couriers - and has two weeks to put together a pitch. The other has team access to all modern technology, but only has a day to do the job.
Midsummer Rock is a television film based on the Cincinnati Pop Festival. The TV version consisted of 90 minutes air time and featured Alice Cooper, Mountain, Grand Funk Railroad, The Stooges, and Traffic.