A rich young Japanese man travels to Australia with the intention of buying a Citroën DS car (the goddess of the film's title - nicknamed the Déesse, after its initials in French, déesse being French for "goddess") that he has found for sale on the net. Once there things do not quite go to plan and he ends up on a road journey with a blind girl.
This film documentary uses the 1967 Six-Day War and its immediate aftermath as its basis. The material primarily presents Israeli sources and perspectives.
A Happening in Central Park was performed and taped by video cameras on Saturday, June 17, 1967. The concert, sponsored by Rheingold Beer, and free to the public, was held in the Sheep Meadow section of New York City's Central Park. Barbra's television sponsor, Monsanto, captured the event on videotape for airing on CBS at a later date. Barbra took a weekend off from the filming of Funny Girl to perform the concert. On Friday night, June 16th, Barbra and crew rehearsed until very late. Many photos of Barbra in which she wears a headband were taken the evening of the dress rehearsal. (The cover of Barbra's A Christmas Album is actually a photo from the Friday night dress rehearsal in Central Park.) On that evening she tried on different gowns and worked with hairdresser Fred Glaser on alternate hairstyles. Director Robert Scheerer also worked out some of his camera blocking at the Friday night rehearsal. He utilized seven color video cameras to capture the concert.
Everyone has their secrets. Everyone has the past no one’s heard about. But what makes an entire generation sit in stunned silence with unmentionable hesitation to talk about their past? Even the past was 50 years ago. Five decades after the Hong Kong leftist riots, six ex-young prisoners speak out for the first time about their personal and unmentionable experience. Documentary film YP 1967 is about their love and hate towards their country, their honour and dishonour as a convicted criminal, their condonation and condemnation of the parties involved, and their truth-seeking and reconciliation with the past.
Volume 7: 1967–1972: Continu/ation from Pink Floyd
The show of Toon Hermans anno 1967
A film by Patrice Enard
Considered by soul music fans to be one of the greatest lineups of artists ever to grace the concert stage, this concert, from April 7, 1967 in Oslo, Norway features stunning performances by Otis Redding, Sam and Dave, Eddie Floyd, Arthur Conley, The Mar-Keys and the legendary Booker T. & The MGs.
This is the revised and improved critical guide to the work of Pink Floyd, in concert, on record and on film. Here is everything you ever needed to know about Pink Floyd in an informative two disc set. Using the actual words of the band and critics, Inside Pink Floyd is the definitive critical journey through of the music of Pink Floyd from the Syd Barret era to Pulse. FEATURES: Rare unreleased film of concert performances from sound and television archives around the world featuring a rare performance of Atom Heart Mother performed by the band alone without the orchestra. Also reviewed is the famous performance broadcast across Europe from a floating stage on the lagoon at Venice.
Pistolteatern in Stockholm, Sweden, was a leading experimental scene in the mid 1960s, comparable to the Living Theater in New York. In the years 1964-67. Pistolteatern produced theatre plays, exhibitions and happenings at a very high pace. The name, Pistolteatern, comes from two of creators, PI Lind and STaffan OLzon.
Walk Upon The Water (1967) > I Can Hear The Gras Grow (1967) > Night Of Fear (1967) > Fire Brigade (1968) > Fire Brigade (1968) > Flowers In The Rain (1969) > Wild Tiger Woman (1968) > Blackberry Way (1969) > Fire Brigade (1969) > Flowers In The Rain (1969) > Blackberry Way (1969) > Colour Me Pop – (FULL SHOW 1969) > Curly (1969) > When Alice Comes Back To The Farm (1970) > Down On The Bay (1971) > Tonight (1971) > Words Of Aaron (1971) > California Man (1972) > Flowers In The Rain (1984) > I Can Hear The Gras Grow (2000) > California Man – (1983)
Examines the evolution of the Black Power Movement in American society from 1967 to 1975. It features footage of the movement shot by Swedish journalists in America during that period and includes the appearances of Bobby Seale, Huey P. Newton, Eldridge Cleaver, and other activists, artists, and leaders central to the movement.
In 1967, the Canadian Centennial Committee named St. Paul the “The Centennial Star” on account of the quantity, quality, and originality of the small town's year-long celebratory activity; namely, the decision to build the world’s first "UFO Landing Pad." This oval-shaped platform constructed in cement was an idea translated into architectural form, a metaphorical welcoming of all people--including "aliens"--to the nation. In this way, the UFO landing pad functions as a symbol for Canada's increasing emphasis on hospitality, tolerance, diversity, and unity at that point in history. T Producer and Director: Jacqueline Hoang Nguyen & Editor: Marc Ripper
When hockey was less about business and more about playing the game, the National Hockey League fielded just six teams for 25 years. Relive the era known as "The Original Six" as told by the men who pioneered the game.
Collection of Beatles videos from 1967 to 1970: The Beatles were a British rock band, formed in Liverpool in 1960. With members John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, they became widely regarded as the foremost and most influential act of the rock era.
Pink Floyd released their first single in 1967, and as their popularity around the world grew, they increasingly travelled outside the UK to perform live shows and make TV appearances. After The Dark Side of the Moon became a global smash, the band concentrated on the creative freedom of live performance, leaving the world of TV behind, but now, after painstaking research, tapes of those early historic appearances have been tracked down and compiled into a fascinating hour of early Pink Floyd. With front man Syd Barrett, they perform Astronomy Domine and Jugband Blues, and after Syd's departure, Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Richard Wright and Nick Mason can be seen playing a full range of their eclectic material, from out and out pop in It Would Be So Nice, through instrumental improvisations, collaboration with choir and orchestra on Atom Heart Mother and enduring rock material like Wot's...Uh The Deal.
1 –The Jimi Hendrix Experience Hey Joe 2 –Small Faces Itchycoo Park 3 –Pink Floyd See Emily Play 4 –Keith West Excerpt From A Teenage Opera 5 –Scott McKenzie San Francisco 6 –Bee Gees Nework Mining Disaster 1941 7 –The Jimi Hendrix Experience Purple Haze 8 –Small Faces Tin Soldier 9 –Procol Harum Whiter Shade Of Pale 10 –The Flowerpot Men* Let's Go To San Francisco 11 –The Moody Blues Nights In White Satin 12 –Manfred Mann Ha Ha Said The Clown 13 –P.P. Arnold The First Cut Is The Deepest 14 –The Rolling Stones Let's Spend The Night Together
In Frances Stark's Cat Videos 1999 - 2002, the artist's cats are featured playing and lounging in her apartment. The videos are a result of Stark being inspired by the visual pleasure of watching her cats and the way their movement changed her perception of her domestic surroundings. By utilizing the soundtrack of one diegetic song per video, the life of the domestic cat - which usually involves no plans or action - is framed, and then elevated as a work of art. The videos, produced pre-Youtube in 1999-2002, predict our current extensive consumption and emotional responses to online cat videos, and unintentionally explore the rise of rapid attention span as a response to current technologies.
This one-hour compilation, beginning with the Arnold Layne promo from 1967 and culminating with the reunited band's performance at Live 8 in 2005, of rarely screened Pink Floyd videos and performances was produced in 2011, as part of the "Why Pink Floyd?" reissue campaign. It included some fantastic upgrades compared to what was circulating until then, such as the Point Me At The Sky 1968 promo video, Ian Emes' animation film for One Of These Days, and restored footage from the 1970 KQED TV show. Also including a newly-restored Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2) and performances of Grantchester Meadows, Cymbeline and others.
Police Detective Sgt. Joe Friday and his partners investigate crimes in Los Angeles.
Aquaman is a Filmation animated series that premiered on CBS on September 9, 1967, and ended June 1970. It is a 30-minute version of The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure, repackaged without the Superman and Superboy segments. The show is composed of previously-aired adventures featuring the DC Comics superheroes Aquaman and his sidekick Aqualad, the Atom, the Flash and Kid Flash, the Green Lantern and Hawkman. The Justice League of America and Teen Titans are also featured in team adventures.
The Forsyte Saga is a 1967 BBC television adaptation of John Galsworthy's series of The Forsyte Saga novels, and its sequel trilogy A Modern Comedy. The series follows the fortunes of the upper middle class Forsyte family, and stars Eric Porter as Soames, Kenneth More as Young Jolyon and Nyree Dawn Porter as Irene. It was adapted for television and produced by Donald Wilson and was originally shown in twenty-six episodes on Saturday evenings between 7 January and 1 July 1967 on BBC2, at a time when only a small proportion of the population had television sets able to receive this channel. It was therefore the repeat on Sunday evenings on BBC1 starting on 8 September 1968 that secured the programme's success with 18 million tuning in for the final episode in 1969. It was shown in the United States on public television and broadcast all over the world, and became the first BBC television series to be sold to the Soviet Union.