Forty years before WikiLeaks and the NSA scandal, there was Media, Pennsylvania. In 1971, eight activists plotted an intricate break-in to the local FBI offices to leak stolen documents and expose the illegal surveillance of ordinary Americans in an era of anti-war activism. In this riveting heist story, the perpetrators reveal themselves for the first time, reflecting on their actions and raising broader questions surrounding security leaks in activism today.
Based on true facts, the film revolves around 6 brave soldiers who escape from the clutches of the Pakistan Army and risk death with honour and courage with sacrifice towards their journey home.
Set against the backdrop of 1971 Indo-Pak war, the movie is inspired by real incidents and the protagonists are inspired by Param Vir Chakra recipients. The movie shows what consequences of war are on the lives of soldiers on either side of the border.
A young British soldier must find his way back to safety after his unit accidentally abandons him during a riot in the streets of Belfast.
Peasants clash with the Party bureaucracy during a village meeting.
Film by Robert Huot.
The Popular Revolutionary Army (ERP) was a military unit of an Argentine political party, looking up to Mao's cultural revolution as its model. Its way of fighting involved kidnappings and assassinations of government officials as well as representatives of foreign firms. The crusade of the military junta against its terrorist practices later became a pretext for state terror against civilians who had nothing to do with ERP. Gleyzer's so-called "secret film" records the kidnapping of a manager of the meat processing factory and cooling plant Swift. The partisans request an improvement in the working conditions in the factory in exchange for his release.
A combatant in the Portuguese Colonial War describes one by one, the images of the album he made in Mozambique from 1971 to 1974. From the catalog of the weapons inventory zoo, the self-portrait of ethnographic research, the film is a unique witness the absurd banality of war.
From the Neil Young performance series archives Available for the first time The acclaimed 1971 solo acoustic Massey Hall performance Featuring 17 tracks-over one hour of music
Live On Television. Setlist: 1. Hear Me Calling > 2. I'm Comming Home > 3. Darling Home Soon > 4. Coz I Luv You > 5. Get Down And With It > 6. Born To Be Wild
This is never-broadcast footage of Woody Allen being interviewed by Granada TV in Manchester in 1971 while he was in the UK to promote 'Bananas'.
An epic meditation on psychoanalysis, the Baader-Meinhof, feminism, and pre-revolutionary Russia.
While passing through the town of Bannock, a bunch of drunken cattlemen go overboard with their celebrating and accidentally kill an old man with a stray shot. They return home to Sabbath unaware of his death. Bannock lawman Jered Maddox later arrives there to arrest everyone involved on a charge of murder. Sabbath is run by land baron Vince Bronson, a benevolent despot, who, upon hearing of the death, offers restitution for the incident.
Don and Edwina take us on a delightful tour of The wondrous Portland, Oregon. Sights and smells truly come alive in this whimsical walk through The City of Roses. Whether you're uptown, downtown, or staying at the luxurious Royal Gambino Hotel! See what all the talk is about and come on down! You can find us eating iced cream in the Brownstone District.
Born in Mississippi, Muddy Waters grew up singing and continued his art when he moved to Chicago. In his mid-30s, Waters picked up his first electric guitar and began to revolutionize popular music. With the mix of his southern roots and gritty urban life, Waters pioneered a new form of the Blues. This program features footage from a 1971 West Coast tour, and features the songs "Long Distance Call," "Mannish Boy," "Got My Mojo Working," and many more. Rolling his eyes toward heaven and shaking his head like a man possessed, Muddy Waters cast a powerful spell. His high cheekbones and Oriental eyes gave him a certain Eastern, inscrutable quality, and at times his face even became angelic.
A live concert performance at Massey Hall in Toronto in 1971.
Cat Stevens and his band recorded and broadcast live by BBC Television in November 1971.
A group of men in their sixties that spend the August nights in Athens outside a pharmacy during night shift
'From The Vault' is a series of live concerts from The Rolling Stones archive which are getting their first official release. 'The Marquee Live In 1971' is the latest addition to the series. The show was filmed at London's legendary Marquee club on March 26th 1971, shortly after the finish of the band's 1971 UK tour and about a month before the release of the 'Sticky Fingers' album in late April. Mick Taylor was now fully integrated into the group and the band had used the tour to showcase some of the tracks from the forthcoming album. The show at the Marquee was filmed for American television and four songs from the 'Sticky Fingers' album were featured, including the rarely performed 'I Got The Blues'. The footage has now been carefully restored and the sound has been newly mixed by Bob Clearmountain for this first official release of the show.