Millencolin and the Hi-8 Adventures 1999

Featuring footage from their cradledays and early formation in Orebro, Sweden when four melancholy, skateboarding punkerkids with burning musical ambitions and wheels of fire started the band in 1992, 'til 500 shows later finish their worldwide "For Monkeys-tour" in Buenos Aires, Argentina August 1998. Meet the four monkeys filmed during six years on five different continents. Meet their audience and meet the reality of a young unexpecting band being shaped by harsh massive 'get in the van-styled' touring, full-speed-ahead chanting record labels, publishers, booking agents and overwhelming fans. Get a close look at success, appreciation, home-sickness and frustration as we welcome you all to the first episode of Millencolin & the Hi-8 adventures, and the bands mysterious world of softcore...

Caravan 1934

A member of a royal family is forced to marry a vagabond

Fountains of Wayne: No Better Place - Live in Chicago 2009

Fountains Of Wayne breeze into the Windy City with their warm, feel-good vibe, unleashing the hooks and humor that have made them champions of power pop. For the band's first-ever live DVD, fans are treated to a career-defining set with punchy performances of their hits including "Stacy's Mom," "Sink To The Bottom" and "Radiation Vibe." Having perfected the sounds of summer buzz with tight rhythms, carefree melodies and humor-laced lyrics, the indie pop quartet takes the stage in prime form, knocking out favorite after favorite. This concert was shot in a widescreen format and recorded in 5.1 Surround to provide an electrifying home viewing experience. Next to actually attending a Fountains show, as any fan will tell you, there's No Better Place to see them. Bonus features: all-new, never-before-seen acoustic performances of songs from their 2007 album, Traffic and Weather, and more.

Bolt Thrower Realm Of Chaos 2013

The "Realm Of Chaos" Full Dynamic Range CD includes a bonus DVD featuring a full, previously unreleased live performance from the legendary 1989 "Grindcrusher" tour.

If It Ain't Cheap It Ain't Punk 2008

Over the last fifteen years, Plan-it X Records helped foster a huge cultural revolution -- uniting geographically divided DIY punk communities under one umbrella. With a united ethic and common goals, this scene has grown to a critical mass while some bands flirted with mainstream success and others choose to remain firmly rooted in the basement punk scene. This original documentary climaxes in the 2006 Festival where punks from all over the world met up in Bloomington, IN for a week of music and skillsharing. Original footage of This Bike is a Pipe Bomb, Japanther, Defiance, Ohio, Ghost Mice, One Reason, Operation: Cliff Clavin, Soophie Nun Squad, and more!

Diana Krall - Doing All Right 2010

Diana Krall in Concert: Doing All Right Song Listing: Let's fall in love / The look of love / Band introduction / 'Deed I do / I'll string along with you / Exactly like you / A case of you / Devil may care / I was doing all right / I don't know enough about you. Diana Krall: Vocals/Piano / Anthony Wilson: Guitar / Robert Hurst: Bass / Jeffrey Hamilton: Drums Recorded at the Jazzaldia Festival, San Sebastian, Spain. July 24, 2008.

Goldie and Liza Together 1980

Academy Award winning superstars Goldie Hawn and Liza Minnelli perform together in a variety special that includes hits like "YMCA" and "Bad Girls." The two woman show is in the form of a show within a show, spotlighting the two stars in song, dance and dramatic numbers linked by the friendly rivalry and arduous task of putting the show together. The special was nominated for four Emmys.

The Doobie Brothers Live at Wolf Trap 2004

The Doobie Brothers Live at Wolf Trap may not be the entire Doobie Brothers story, but it's a really fun and musically brilliant tour through some of the band's best material. One of the great ironies of The Doobie Brothers' history is how the early days were kind of shunted off to the sidelines once Michael McDonald came on board, and so it's nice to revisit some of those storied early hits, especially since there's such camaraderie between Johnston and Simmons especially. This live concert is further aided by some great supporting musicians, and a superior video and audio

Invisible 2012

A vampire movie, an experiment. Victor Iriarte instead of filming a movie tells a movie with intertitles and a black screen, while artist Mursego writes music for the film we never see.

Mammal: Live At The Waterloo 2007

Australian band Mammal play one night at Brisbane's Waterloo Hotel in 2007 off the back of their first live album "Vol 1: The Aural Underground" and new single "Nagasaki In Flames". Filmed at the peak of their underground following, and a full year away from the release of their debut studio album. The set consists of songs from the EP, the live album as well as a few that were never saw an official release. 1. Nagasaki In Flames 2. Think 3. Sweat The Vest 4. Hollywood Shrine 5. Two Soles 6. Push & Shove 7. Groove Junkie 8. New Breed Judas 9. Burnout 10. Inciting 11. Hell Yeah 12. Maker

Hunter: For the Record 2012

Perth musician Robert Hunter was a pioneer of a musical genre, young father, digital communicator, ex drug and alcohol abuser, general hell-raiser and ultimately a terminal cancer patient. When Hunter's time on this earth was in danger of being cruelly cut short at 35, he co-opted the digital tools at his disposal and began to share his physical, emotional and musical journey in a very raw and honest way. For Hunter, the cancer became a lens through which life suddenly came sharply into focus