In 1948, Edith Piaf offered a Paillard-Bolex camera to Charles Aznavour, the first he was to own and which would always be with him. It recorded everything. A few months before he died, he started working through the rushes of his films with Marc di Domenico. He then decided to make a film out of them, his film.
Hundreds of hours of raw and emotional interviews—research for Billy Holiday’s biography, which was never written—are unearthed 60 years after the famed singer’s death. Relatives, musicians, lovers, and even cops and pimps tell her story with brutal honesty.
The world of Felix Kubin’s music is playful, bold, and humorous. In this unconventional, funny, and inspiring film, esteemed filmmaker Marie Losier follows the musical genius’ attempts to realize the sounds he hears in his dreams.
Israeli Musicians Neta Elkayam and Amit Haï Cohen embark on a musical journey to Morocco, where they play on stage, have many musical encounters, and try to trace their roots. The music, the language, the scenery, and the people make the couple wonder which country they truly feel at home in. Nominated to the Beyond the Screen Award
Seong-ho, an autistic young man, is a gifted musician. His mother hopes that an international career will protect him after her death. His younger brother Geon-gi, also a musician, feels neglected and left out—until he joins his brother on an exciting tour through Europe.
Robbie Robertson, lead guitarist and songwriter for The Band, now 76, reveals himself to be a captivating storyteller. In a film bursting with music, Robertson and his fellow musicians (from Dylan to Springsteen to Clapton) trace the winding career path of one of the most influential bands in the history of American Rock.
In the spring of 1998, Isri Halpern sets out to document the world of Israeli rave scene. A story about trance music, drugs and what lies between them, in a documentary ballad about young Israelis at the end of the second millennium.
Vacationing together on a secluded beach, young lesbians from Brazil create an intimate safe space for themselves, and fill it with music.
Armed with a camera, Yael Abecassis followed her mother—legendary Moroccan singer Raymonde—in an attempt to understand and redefine their relationship. Transposed and transformed, Mother and daughter remain entwined, bound by guilt, admiration, pain, and above all—limitless love and music.
Rockfour is one of the most significant rock bands in Israel in the past 30 years. A decade has gone by and a vulnerable Eli Lulai returns to the position of lead singer after an emotional turmoil that led him to quit the band in the midst of a tour in the USA.
When they decided to form a band, they taught themselves to play their instruments and then wrote, composed and performed hits that took the world by storm. 40 years later, the Go-Go’s—the most successful all-female band in history—tell us all about it with ample humor and zero censorship.
At the bustling Central Train Station in Tel Aviv, a piano is placed. This touching, heartbreaking piano might have the power to restore time and attention, allowing passersby to enter a different mindset in which they can hear themselves.
In the late 1970s, back when music still had the power to change the world, young punk-heads and rock-heads took to the streets to protest against fascism, racism, and the xenophobia stirred up by politicians. This is how Rock against Racism was born. This is the movement’s story, featuring a lot of music and rare live recordings.