Trovati 7 documenti.
Trovati 7 documenti.
[New York] ; Sony music entertainment, 2012
[New York] : RCA, 2011
Abstract: 2011 documentary on the Grammy-winning Alt-Rock quartet. Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon lies to rest the mystery and myths as it details the rise to fame from their bible belt beginnings. The documentary kicks off at the annual Followill family reunion in the back woods of Talihina, OK, where the boys return to their roots and unwind with their family. First-time director and Followill friend Stephen C. Mitchell weaves personal home videos, unedited interviews and behind-the-scenes footage of the band's journey from their small-town beginnings -- spent in poverty and touring the circuit with their father, a Pentecostal evangelist minister, and their devout mother -- to living the rock star dream.
[New York] : New Video Group : Columbia, 2006
[S.l.] : Coming home music EMI, c2006
Abstract: the DVD features full-screen footage of Elvis - it is NOT Elvis projected on a screen. Elvis' image is shown on the projected screens during the concert, but on the DVD it appears on your tv as full-screen Elvis performance footage. 25th Anniversary Concert that reunites Elvis with his original band and backup singers for a unique concert event --Total Running Time: 119 Minutes (89 minutes of concert footage plus 30 minutes of extended interviews) --Full-screen shots of Elvis and masterful video editing make it seem like Elvis is really performing throughout the concert --27 of Elvis' most popular songs and performances --Originally recorded in Memphis and has since toured in Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Japan, and the U.K. --Sub-titled menu selection in multiple languages including Dutch, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese, and Spanish
[S.l.] : Sony Classical, 2004
[S. l.] : Department of Entertainment Security Eagle vision, c2003
Abstract: Baby Snakes is a movie which includes footage from Frank Zappa's 1977 Halloween concert at New York City's Palladium Theater, backstage antics from the crew, and stop motion clay animation from award-winning animator Bruce Bickford. Initially, the film had particular difficulty finding a distributor. Frank Zappa tried to interest United Artists, the company that released 200 Motels, but they declined. Other studios followed United Artists' lead, fearing that Zappa's trademark "cinematic style" had lost considerable appeal in post-'70s pop culture, and also declined to distribute the film. Several European distributors told Zappa that there might be interest if the running time was cut from its original 168-minute length. The film was cut to 90 minutes, but still, there were no takers. (Wikipedia)
[S.l.] : Sony Music Entertainment, c2002