Anonymous Artists of America 1970

While touring the U.S. in a brightly painted school bus, the psychedelic rock collective Anonymous Artists of America stops to hold a performance at an alma mater, the University of Chicago. Inspired by LSD, the group once opened for the Grateful Dead and played at Ken Kesey’s infamous Acid Test Graduation. The band also featured one of the first analog synthesizers designed by Don Buchla. Kartemquin's Gordon Quinn is behind the camera, and in the audience are Jerry Temaner and his family. (Kartemquin)

Cinema Cinema

Director Shah Krishna compiled this compelling documentary of Indian cinema after spending two years searching through film archives from all over the world. Included are films from the turn of the 20th century through the 1970s to illustrate various schools of filmmaking and the historical progression of the art form.

Mozart: The Magic Flute 1989

A delightful fairy tale, Mozart's final operatic legacy remains a great work in the spirit of the Enlightenment. Intertwining music of awesome purity and beauty with the conventions of musical comedy, it explores Man's search for truth and his confusion between the forces of light and dark. This production from The Drottningholm Court Theatre is conducted by Arnold Ostman and played on authentic period instruments.

Sammy Stops the World 1978

A man who sells coffee for a living gets his boss's daughter pregnant. This changes his life and eventually leads to his becoming a powerful business tycoon with no moral center. (TCM)

The Mystery of Lanois 1990

About Daniel Lanois, the Canadian musician and producer, during one of his most productive years in life, living and recording in New Orleans, LA. Daniel Lanois was born in Hull, Quebec. Sept. 19, 1951. His family moved to Hamilton, Ont. in 1963. In 1974 he and his brother Bob built and operated the Grant Avenue Studio, where he produced records by acts such as Martha and the Muffins, Parachute Club, Raffi, and Ian Tyson. In 1989 he released his first solo album, "Acadie". He also produced "Oh Mercy" by Bob Dylan and "Yellow Moon" by The Neville Bros. during the same year.

The Music of Magma

"The Music of Magma" is a feature film that explores one of the most visionary and innovative music of the last 50 years, Magma. It takes the audience on a fascinating journey through several countries where the band has been filmed, fascinating interviews with fans and musicians from the band along with an in-depth interview at the home of the visionary leader of the band, Christian Vander.

REM: MTV Unplugged 1991

1. World Leader Pretend 2. Half a World Away 3. Disturbance At Heron House 4. Swan Swan H 5. Radio Song 6. Low 7. Perfect Circle 8. Fall On Me 9. Belong 10. Love is all Around 11. End of the World 12. Losing My Religion 13. Pop Song 89 14. Summertime

King Crimson: The Noise (Live at Frejus) 1984

A concert by King Crimson recorded at the Arena Frejus, France on August 27th, 1982. Track Listing: Waiting Man Matte Kudasai The Sheltering Sky Neil And Jack And Me Indiscipline Heartbeat Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part II

Outliers, Vol. I: Iceland

A small group of filmmakers, photographers and musicians are setting out on a journey to explore the remote countryside of Iceland and document our experiences with the landscape, residents and traditions we encounter.

Elvis Plesley - One Night With You 1985

The unedited Elvis's performance marking his comeback in '68, before a small audience, that would become a TV Special known as The NBC Comeback Special. 1. That's All Right 2. Heartbreak Hotel 3. Love Me 4. Baby, What You Want Me to Do 5. Blue Suede Shoes 6. Lawdy, Miss Clawdy 7. When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again 8. Blue Christmas 9. Trying to Get to You 10. One Night 11. Memories