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What Difference Does It Make?

Posted by imarion at December 17, 2014, 7:17 pm in Movies » Documentary - Performing Arts


“What Difference Does It Make? A Film About Making Music” is a documentary that was created by Red Bull Music Academy in order to celebrate its 15th anniversary. The film explores the challenges that a life in the music industry can bring. It also explores the many stages of development of a musician and the triumphs he or she experiences. Ultimately the film seeks to go beyond music and ask questions regarding life itself.

It might be true that everyone is a musician and everyone has an innate appreciation of music. There might be very few people alive who don’t enjoy listening to good music. In fact, music has been defined as our greatest language. One man describes making music as making love to the ears.

But when it comes to making it in the music industry, you need to be willing to be nobody before you can become somebody. Most people seek some type of immediate fame or recognition and this leads many to believe that simply posing as an artist is enough. People with that mentality hardly ever make it big. Every artist needs to want to make the best out of every single recording. If they don’t want that, they shouldn’t be making music. Hence, it’s not about making an album for... read more

Inside Jaws

Posted by aloisio at September 20, 2013, 6:59 pm in Movies » Documentary - Performing Arts


"After completing Raiding the Lost Ark in 2012, I immediately embarked on a new project, tentatively called Jaws Bites Back. After 16 months of trawling, reading, spooling, skyping, chatting, interviewing, editing and refining, I am pleased to release Inside Jaws, A Filmumentary (2013). As with my other filmumentaries this is a completely unofficial and non profit making project made with a genuine affection for the film.... read more

Parkour: People in Motion

Posted by barrios at August 20, 2013, 6:48 pm in Movies » Documentary - Performing Arts


How do you find inner peace and happiness? What most people do is follow a certain set of rules or participate in a few rituals in the hope that in the end, they will be satisfied. But as you watch this amazing documentary on Parkour, you’ll discover that peace can be found in the most uncommon ways.

Although we have society’s permission to move about on streets and roads, something seems to be missing. Something’s not right. What we now have is not enough. It seems like we have become so caught up in our daily routines that we have forgotten to enjoy each moment. And so we feel no deep satisfaction for life.

This led a group of young truth-seekers to observe people in different cities. Everybody they looked at seemed to be doing the same things. Everybody, except a handful of people who move around in an unusual way. When asked why, the answer is... read more

Pagan Metal

Posted by aloisio at August 23, 2012, 9:29 pm in Movies » Documentary - Performing Arts

Pagan-Folk Metal has been growing in popularity, and has overthrown Black Metal some places in Europe. These bandshave tested the American shores and have played sold-out shows. The time has come to explore this invasion.

This is the first documentary about Pagan-Folk Metal that has ever been made, and it features some of the best bands from the genre:Korpiklaani,Primordial,Finntroll,Ensiferum,Leaves Eyes,TurisasandTyr.

Enjoy live performances, learn about the subcultures, and gain insight into the music. Two hours of metalawait you!... read more


Posted by colibri at April 29, 2012, 7:20 pm in Movies » Documentary - Performing Arts

PressPausePlay is a documentary that speaks about how technology is influencing us in ways we never imagined. Exclusively in the creative world. How these new technologies have unleashed a creative power that seemed impossible just a decade ago. They say that now anyone can take a picture or make a song with any music software with little or no knowledge. They say aswell that by having so much mediocre stuff around people are also going to start asking for less talent. So they raise up the question of technology as a stepping stone of talent or is it actually going to be better for us.... read more

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