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Legally Gay
Anyone and everyone who is gay, famous and proud of it celebrates Britain's 50 Years of being legally gay anniversary on July 2017!
STARRING: Sir Ian McKellen, Sir Elton John, Stephen Fry, David Hockney, Matt Lucas, Simon Callow, Peter Tachell, Will Young, Stephen K. Amos, Julian Clary, Tom Robinson, Evan Davis, Yotam Ottolenghi, Angela Eagle, Lord Smith, Lord Paddock, Lord Browne, Baroness Barker.
DIRECTED BY: Simon Napier-Bell
PRODUCED BY: Nicholas Napier-Bell
GENRE(S): Biography, Art, * New Releases
RUNTIME: (70 Min), YEAR: 2017
F For Franco
James Franco’s friend and professor Francisco Ricardo takes us on a visual journey into Franco’s creative mind and artistic process, inviting audiences to delve beneath the surface and experience a multitude of the star’s unique conceptual projects.
STARRING: James Franco (127 Hours, Milk), Seth Rogen (Neighbors), Evan Goldberg (This is the End), Frank Bidart (Three-time Pulitzer Prize finalist for poetry), Francisco Ricardo (Media Philosopher, Franco’s Professor at the Rhode Island School of Design, Co-founder of the Digital Video Research Archive at Boston University)
DIRECTED BY: Francisco J. Ricardo
PRODUCED BY: Adrienne Chamberlin
GENRE(S): Biography, Art, * New Releases
RUNTIME: (79 Min), YEAR: 2016
Les Misérables: The History of the World's Greatest Story
Delve into the history behind Les Miserables, which is one of the greatest novels of the nineteenth century, one of the greatest musical stage plays of the twentieth century, and now one of the greatest box office successes of the twenty-first century.
STARRING: Interviews with Cameron Mackintosh (Producer), Hugh Jackman (Jean Valjean), Tom Hooper (Director), Nick Jonas (Gavroche in 2003 & Marius Pontmercy in 2010 London West End), Anne Hathaway (Fantine), Isabelle Allen (Young Cosette) and more!
DIRECTED BY: Alan Byron
PRODUCED BY: Cameron Mackintosh
GENRE(S): Art, History
RUNTIME: (60 Min), YEAR: 2013
Egypt Mania!
The greatest collection of Egyptian antiquities is, without doubt, that of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Travel back through time and right into the tomb of Tutankhamun, discover the royal treasures of the Pharaoh, the work of the Ushabti servants, the purpose of amulets and gods, and much, much more.
STARRING: Narrated by Charles Webster
DIRECTED BY: Gianriccardo
PRODUCED BY: Roberto Ferrario
GENRE(S): History, Archaeology, Art
RUNTIME: (2 x 1 hr), YEAR: 2006
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