Two in the Wave is the story of a friendship. Jean-Luc Godard was born in 1930; Francois Truffaut two years later. Love of movies brings them together. They write in the same magazines, Cahiers du Cinema and Arts. When the younger of the two becomes a filmmaker with "The 400 Blows", which triumphs in Cannes in 1959, he helps his older friend shift to directing, offering him a screenplay which already has a title, A bout de souffle, or Breathless.
On February 23rd 2002, Ingrid, a presidential candidate in Columbia’s elections, was kidnapped by the left-wing FARC rebel group along with her assistant and friend Clara Rojas. She was held for over six years in the jungle. This is the first documentary account of what happened in the jungle in her words and those of fellow hostages. In a truly remarkable interview Ingrid relives stories of escape and betrayal, love and hate, terror and extraodinary courage.
The Poodles first DVD In the Flesh, is a tale of two, maybe three, film episodes (depending on how you count). First, there's the 'rockumentary' where you get an inside and quite candid look into the lives of all four Poodles, with concert footage interspersed as segues to the biography. The band members discuss diverse subjects including the band's origins, their discouragement of drug use, and how their songs reach many generations.
From the 1860s to the 1880s two explorers - the German Teobert Maler and the American Edward Thompson - competed in a bitter rivalry to find and photograph lost Mayan cities, deep in the Mexican and Guatemalan jungles.
ANDRAGONIA was formed in Sao Paulo in 2007. Right on the following year the band did release it's first single. In 2009 the band started recording "Secrets In The Mirror", its debut album. Recorded at the band's own studio in Sao Paulo called GR Studio, and produced by the musicians of the band, Daniel, Thiago and Yuri, "Secrets In The Mirror" took one year to be completed. Without Recently, "Secrets In The Mirror" was also elected 'Best Brazilian Progressive Metal Album of 2010'. The poll was promoted by the Brazilian radio station Metal Militia and also elected other names like Accept, Blind Guardian, Scorpions, Dimmu Borgir, Angra, Torture Squad, etc.
Music has been Robin Rogers' consuming passion ever since her days as a teenaged street singer. Possessing a deeply expressive and soulful voice and an infectious enthusiasm for the blues, Robin and her band have developed a devoted and growing following. Her Blind Pig debut, “Treat Me Right”, fulfills the promise of her previous two releases, revealing an accomplished artist of rare polish and originality.In the late sixties when America's youth was "rediscovering the Blues," Robin Rogers was "living the Blues." As a runaway teen trying to escape a troubled home, she made her way to cities like Richmond, Virginia; Ann Arbor, Michigan; Atlanta, Georgia; and Coconut Grove, Florida. Robin lived the hippie lifestyle of the times, even sharing residence in a commune in Love Valley, North Carolina for one summer, sometimes sleeping in parks, under picnic tables and in abandoned cars. After serving time as a juvenile in reform school for truancy and being out of parental control, she was released at age 15 to begin life on her own. It was a hard life for a young girl, and it wasn't long until Robin was addicted to drugs and alcohol and, thank goodness, to singing!