G.G. Sparrow faces off with her choir's newly appointed director, Vi Rose Hill, over the group's direction as they head into a national competition.
Robert Mugge filmed jazz great Sun Ra on location in Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. between 1978 and 1980. The resulting 60-minute film includes multiple public and private performances, poetry readings, a band rehearsal, interviews, and extensive improvisations. Transferred to HD from the original 16mm film and lovingly restored for the best possible viewing experience.
"Danielson: a Family movie" is a documentary about unbridled creativity vs. accessibility, Christian faith vs. popular culture, underground music vs. survival, and family vs. individuality. The film follows Daniel Smith, an eccentric musician and visual artist, as he leads his four siblings and best friend to indie rock stardom, eventually facing the struggle to become viable as a solo act. Along the way he mentors an unknown singer-songwriter named Sufjan Stevens whose own subsequent success stands in stark contrast to the music world's uneasy reception of Danielson just a few years prior. Makes use of collage, direct cinema and animation. Written by Creative Arson
Every day, a young girl wearing a mask stands by the beach and sings a nostalgic melody. After experiencing two sudden heart-wrenching partings when she was only a child, Nino Arisugawa has been singing her songs to the ocean, bound by a promise made with her two childhood friends—her first love, Momo Sakaki, and a boy who composed music, Kanade "Yuzu" Yuzuhira. Having never met each other, the boys both individually promised that if Nino was ever separated from them, her voice would be the beacon to reunite them once again. After six long years, destiny has finally placed Nino, Momo, and Yuzu in the same high school. However, the passage of time has changed many things in their lives—while Nino relentlessly attempts to fulfill her childhood promise with the boys, Yuzu's feelings for her from the past resurface, and Momo goes to great lengths to prevent a reunion with Nino. Through music, will they be able to mend their friendship and overcome all the feelings involved in this complicated love triangle?
Beautiful Noise is an HD television music profile and performance series produced in Canada by Original Spin Media. The series premiered on Rave HD in the United States in the summer of 2006. The programs debuted in Canada on Sun TV in January 2008 and CBC Bold in March 2009. The series is filmed at Toronto's Berkeley Church performance and event venue. Production for Season 3 ran March 31-April 7, 2008.
The Noise was a magazine show broadcast on ITV in 1996, presented by Andi Peters. It was broadcast after the CITV Saturday morning slot at 11am, and was all about music. The title sequence to the show depicts two middle-aged ladies enjoying tea and cakes together. While in the next room, a beat box speaker is playing a noisy tune which is disturbing both of the ladies. The loudness of the beat box causes the ladies room to vibrate vigorously, until it breaks through the wall to the ladies room and generates a swirl from its main speaker, sucking both of the ladies inside it as if it were a black hole. The titles were created by LWT's Bill Wilson, and the instrumental theme tune was composed by the synthpop duo, Pet Shop Boys. The show performed as a flop with television audiences, and was never scheduled for a second series. Julian Turner appeared on the show as an assistant to Andi Peters, but left the show during the series due to artistic differences, and went on to pursue a successful career in international finance.
The Noise is an American children's game show that premiered on Universal Kids on October 23, 2017. The series is presented by BattleBots ring announcer Faruq Tauheed.
New York Noise is a one-hour indie-rock music video television program which aired from 2003–2009 on NYCTV in New York and parts of New Jersey and Connecticut. It was created, produced, and edited by Shirley Braha and funded by New York City under the Bloomberg administration. The show was "devoted to music videos, live footage, and high jinx from bands that ride the L train.". According to the New York Times, it is "a groundbreaking show that has attracted a loyal following among musicians " It is no longer in production since the station's rebranding in 2010, despite a petition & campaign which attempted to save it. The show's website is NYNOISE.TV Notable bands & personalities that have hosted episodes include Animal Collective, Vampire Weekend, Fischerspooner, Beirut, The National, Au Revoir Simone, Aziz Ansari, Eugene Mirman & more.
Standing on the Edge of the Noise is a unique, intimate look at Oasis performing in their own space, instead of the huge stadium stages on which they are more often seen. The programme includes a mix of classics and new tracks from Dig Out Your Soul. It's a one-off live show that they played for a handful of fans in their rehearsal studio, as preparations for their 2008/2009 "Dig Out Your Soul Tour". It is also the name of a track on Oasis's successor band Beady Eye's debut album. An edit for TV was shown on 4Music on 23 November 2008, and on Channel 4 on 29 November 2008. "Standing on the Edge of the Noise" was also a song written by Gem Archer, released when Beady Eye included it on their debut album, 2011's Different Gear, Still Speeding.
A first-hand look into the cultures and artists behind some of the world’s most compelling music scenes.
Noisey presents an 8 part documentary on the music, culture, politics and young people behind Chicago's current rap music scene.
From the makers of Noisey Chiraq, a new 10-part series documenting unprecedented access into the Atlanta rap scene.
A Persian TV Series directing bu Mehdi Fakhimzade. An IRIB 2 production