Manufacturer: Opus Arte
Brand: MURPHY,PAUL/ROYAL BALLET
Peter and the Wolf, Prokofiev's musical fairy tale, has been delighting children since 1936. Nearly 60 years later, in 1995, the young choreographer Matthew Hart created a witty choreographed version for the Royal Ballet School with designs by Ian Spurling. Described as 'an utterly delightful ballet and a perfect showcasefor the younger students,' by the Royal Ballet's Director, Monica Mason, it was staged again, and recorded for this DVD, in 2010.
Manufacturer: Sony Legacy
DISC 1:LIVE AT ROSELAND The Journey B "4"...Intro / I Wanna Be Where You Are / No, No, No Part 1 / No, No, No Part 2 / Bug A Boo / Bills, Bills, Bills / Say My Name / Jumpin Jumpin / Independent Women Part 1 / Bootylicious / Survivor / Bonnie And Clyde / Crazy In Love / Dreamgirls / Irreplaceable / Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)"4" I Care / I Miss You / Run The World (Girls) / 1+1 / Party / Love On Top / Best Thing I Never Had / Countdown / Rather Die Young / End Of Time / I Was Here Roseland: Behind the Stage DISC 2 Video Anthology 1+1Best Thing I Never HadParty (feat J Cole)Love On TopCountdwonRun the World (Girls)Dance For You Exclusive Bonus Footage:Beyonce: Behind the Camera
Art: 21 - Art in the Twenty-First Century, Season Six
Brand: PBS Video
Contemporary art reflects the ideas of our time, and artists are the creative role models grappling with todays most timely questions. What is the nature of reality? How do we respond to a world in flux? Why do some historical events shape the way we think today, and why have some been forgotten? Explore these ideas and many more in Season Six of Art in the Twenty-First Century. The sixth season of PBS's Peabody-winning series showcases 13 visual artists, including internationally renowned talents Marina AbramoviÄ‡ and Ai Weiwei, both of whom have inspired full-length documentaries (and have graced New York City with landmark sculptures and installations). Arranged by theme, the four episodes--change, boundaries, history, and balance--allow subjects to share thoughts about their work while setting up shows and working on a variety of projects. In "Change," Los Angeles photographer Catherine Opie takes portraits of her working-class neighbors and completes a corporate commission with personal significance, Nigerian-based multimedia artist El Anatsui talks about his roots in Ghana and creates undulating sheets of metal from bottle caps, and Chinese sculptor Ai speaks about his striking wood and metal constructions, but probation forbids him from discussing his 2011 arrest on political grounds, so his assistants fill in some of the details. In "History," Yugoslavia-born conceptual artist AbramoviÄ‡ credits her stoic communist parents for her "physical endurance and extreme...
His unparalleled brand of heartland rock makes him forever 'The Boss', his electric live shows have won over legions of fans worldwide and earned him 20 Grammys. Features one of the last interviews given by Springteen's close friend and E-Street Band member.