From Disneynature, the studio that brought you Earth, Oceans, African Cats and Chimpanzee, comes Wings Of Life — a stunning adventure full of intrigue, drama and mesmerizing beauty. Narrated by Meryl Streep, this intimate and unprecedented look at butterflies, hummingbirds, bees, bats and flowers is a celebration of life, as a third of the world’s food supply depends on these incredible — and increasingly threatened — creatures. Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg, Wings of Life utilizes riveting high-speed, closer-than-close filmmaking techniques to showcase in spectacular detail these unsung heroes of our planet.
On 1st June, 1967 The Beatles released their ground-breaking studio album…Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Described by Rolling Stone magazine as “The most important rock & roll album ever made”, it marked a pivotal moment in the 60’s and went on to become one of the biggest selling records of all time. Combining firsthand accounts of the events with rare and unseen footage forensically unearthed from mainstream archives and private collectors, this new music documentary by acclaimed director Alan G. Parker, picks up on the band as they end their grueling tour schedule in August 1966 (coincidentally following on from Ron Howard’s Eight Days A Week) to return to the studio to record this landmark album.
This insightful and revealing film journeys through various solo projects to the release of ‘Strawberry Fields Forever / Penny Lane’, touching on Flower Power, John Lennon meeting Yoko Ono, LSD, Meditation, Jimi Hendrix, the death of Brian Epstein, Abbey Road Studios and the Magical Mystery Tour.
Directed by Alan G. Parker, an Emmy nominated music director whose credits include: Hello Quo, Monty Python: Almost The Truth / Who Killed Nancy? / Rebel Truce: The History Of The Clash).
Winner of the Jury Prize at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, Goodbye to Language is a
triumphant masterpiece from Jean-Luc Godard. The film follows a couple whose relationship
breaks down along with the images, which in its second half takes a dog’s-eye view of
the world. It is a meditation on history and illusion, figures merging and weaving across the
screen along with the film’s ideas about romantic love and being-in-the-world. It has the
feeling of a final statement, but knowing Godard’s penchant for re-invention, hopefully it is
yet another beginning to an extraordinary career.
Munro will come to appreciate the Native Americans, and be especially grateful for Big Snake. Alice and Hawkeye can at last formally declare their love for each other. Duncan will outgrow his English arrogance, and embrace White Doe’s love. Uncas, the last of the Mohicans, becomes the last true chief, recognized even by other tribes of the Delaware.
Magua will reassemble and reunite all of the tribes of the Huron. The great battle between the Huron and Delaware will take place in a clearing. The Delaware will succeed in defeating the Huron and will pursue them all the way back to their camp. Yet, Magua will escape, dragging Cora with him over a thin rocky ledge. Uncas, Big Snake, Munro, Duncan, and Hawkeye follow in pursuit. Murno and Big Snake get mortally wounded in combat. Uncas, after the fight of his life with Magua, kills the chief of the Huron. Magua’s body will then plunge down a bottomless canyon.
At the village of the Delaware, the two dying fathers bless their children and give them their spiritual inheritance: to create from the ashes of two rival cultures a new people able to coexist peacefully and respectfully.
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