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  • Anthony Braxton on Woody Shaw

    Anthony Braxton on Woody Shaw

    A lovely and insightful firsthand tribute to Woody Shaw by Anthony Braxton. 6223 views
  • National Museum of African Art

    National Museum of African Art

    A fast-paced but satisfying glimpse at the amazing Smithsonian collection of African art. 5696 views
  • African Art

    African Art

    You may be familiar with African art that influenced the likes of Pablo Picasso, but here is a rich sampling of contemporary African artists and how t... 6298 views
  • New Orleans: A Living Museum of Music

    New Orleans: A Living Museum of Music

    New Orleans is such a unique hybrid culture from its food to its music to its architecture to its attitude toward life.

    This lovely piece is just a... 6068 views

  • Monet

    Monet

    Claude Monet was the father of impressionism. His magnificent French tableaus are stunning and his technique with paint was miraculous. 6199 views
  • Vincent Van Gogh

    Vincent Van Gogh

    Van Gogh was to painting what Thelonious Monk was to jazz. He seemed to come to Earth totally formed with an absolutely original way of seeing things.... 6625 views
  • Fritz Lang - Metropolis Trailer

    Fritz Lang - Metropolis Trailer

    This is a trailer for a restored full-length version of Fritz Lang’s 1927 visionary look into a rather bleak future.

    The cityscapes look like Donald... 6289 views

  • Federico Fellini 8 ½ Trailer

    Federico Fellini 8 ½ Trailer

    Initially, one of Italy’s great neo-realist film makers, his penchant for humor and surrealism flowered with this ground-breaking film.

    And he never... 6520 views

  • Ingmar Bergman – “Persona” Trailer

    Ingmar Bergman – “Persona” Trailer

    The film poet of Sweden created one brilliant interior drama after another. “Persona” is a tour de force for Liv Ullman and Bibi Andersson as well as ... 6554 views
  • Brando - I Could’a Bin A Contenda

    Brando - I Could’a Bin A Contenda

    Elia Kazan’s masterpiece “On The Waterfront” was as close as America ever got to the power of Italian neo-realism.

    This scene with Rod Steiger and M... 6458 views