A Song of Loves - R. David Buzaglo
The story of Rabbi David Buzaglo, Moroccan Jewry's greatest liturgical poet of the twentieth century. Upon immigrating to Israel in the 1960s, he became a cultural sensation overnight, reinvigorating the shattered North African communities here and breathing new life into Israel's liturgical tradition.
B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West Berlin, 1979-1989
This is the story of the wild, bizarre, sexy days of a divided 1980s Berlin, when the city was a hotbed of creativity, home to musicians, artists, anarchists, and dreamers from around the world. This is a frenetic mosaic that combines unique archival footage with dramatizations.
The last thing that the members of a seniors’ club in New Zealand ever dreamed they’d be doing was getting on stage in Las Vegas to take part in an international hip hop competition. But as one 94-year-old dancer explains, “Since I’ve become a hip hopper, it’s kept me off the streets, looking for fun.”
Keep On Keepin' On
This award-winning film about the deep friendship between trumpet legend Clark Terry, 93 (who taught such musical icons as Miles Davis and Quincy Jones), and his blind student, a 23-year-old pianist. The love they share for each other and for music allows them both to cling to life.
Matti Caspi - Confession
What lies behind the mask that Matti Caspi wears? This film confessional is the story of a gifted child with polio, raised on a kibbutz by an unloving family. It tells of his rise to stardom in a military ensemble, a string of hits, fame, and fortune, followed by a downward spiral to despair and a slow return to center stage.
Seymour: An Introduction
Seymour Bernstein, a talented pianist, retired from the concert circuit at the height of a successful international career, in order to devote himself to teaching music. He sees this as his true calling and true artistic identity. It makes the world a brighter, more enjoyable place.