Biography, Documentary: Rainforests cleared. Species lost. Earth imperiled by climate change. But he knows what we must do to save the world.
Documentary, Music: On December 10, 2007, Led Zeppelin took the stage at London's O2 Arena to headline a tribute concert for dear friend and Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun. What followed was a two-hour-plus tour de force of the band's signature blues-infused rock 'n' roll that instantly became part of the legend of Led Zeppelin. Founding members Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones were joined by Jason Bonham, the son of their late drummer John Bonham, to perform 16 songs from their celebrated catalog including landmark tracks "Whole Lotta Love," "Rock And Roll," "Kashmir" and "Stairway To Heaven." A film of the show, Celebration Day, is now available and includes the entire 16 song concert.Celebration Day, directed by Dick Carruthers, is an incredible document of the now legendary concert which has been described as possibly the greatest rock and roll concert ever.
Comedy, Documentary: The legend is back. Two electrifying master classes in comedy packed into one must-see event.
Documentary, Music: Roger Waters, co-founder and principal songwriter of Pink Floyd, fuses the epic and the personal in Roger Waters The Wall, a concert film that goes well beyond the stage. Based on the groundbreaking concept album, Roger Waters The Wall could be called a concept film: it' s a state-of-the-art show that dazzles the senses, combined with an intensely personal road trip that deals with the loss Roger has felt throughout his life due to war. On stage and now on film, Waters has channeled his convictions into his art and his music. With Roger Waters The Wall, Waters – together with his fellow musicians and his creative collaborators – brings audiences an exultant ride of a rock and roll concert, and delivers an unforgettable, deeply emotional experience.
Documentary: In 2004, Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman embarked on an epic challenge to bike 20,000 miles across 12 countries and 19 time zones in just 115 days. Watch as two friends ride around the world together and, against all the odds, realize their dream.
Comedy, Music: The stage is a canvas. His paintbrushes are sex, love songs, frogs, sadness, the brain -- and prolonged eye contact.
Biography, Documentary: The story of the monumental life and tragic death of legendary Brazilian motor-racing Champion, Ayrton Senna. Spanning the decade from his arrival in Formula One in the mid 80's, the film follows Senna's struggles both on track against his nemesis, French World Champion Alain Prost, and off it, against the politics which infest the sport. Sublime, spiritual yet, on occasion, ruthless - Senna conquers and transcends Formula One to become a global superstar. Privately, he is humble, almost shy, and fiercely patriotic, donating millions to his native Brasil and contemplating a life beyond motor-racing. Yet he is struck down in his prime on the blackest weekend in the history of the sport, watched live on television by 300 million people. Years on he is revered in Formula One as the greatest motor racing driver of all time - and in Brasil as a Saint.
Comedy: Hostile ponies, divorced dating, tech tyranny, the hazards of self-pleasure ... there's no topic he won't touch.
Documentary: In 2013, the Ukrainian government tried to crush public protests over a trade deal. Instead, they ignited a revolution.
Biography, Documentary: It was a beautiful day in the neighborhood -- and all children could be his neighbors. Love was at the heart of it.
Comedy, Music: Symphonic. Honest. Primed for the spotlight. He's here to spill a bright, comic mess on a dark world.
Documentary: A filmmaker blows the lid off a conspiracy of silence. The risks are heavy, but our planet's future is worth it.
Documentary, History, War: Heroism. Horror. World War I’s brutal trenches and terrible new technologies buried romantic notions of combat forever.
Crime, Documentary, History: Slavery. Jim Crow. Criminalization. Links in a chain of racial inequality, forged by political and economic motives.
Documentary: He's armed with nothing more than a camera and curiosity. But he captures a half-century of history.
Documentary: At the age of 34, Steve Gleason, former NFL defensive back and New Orleans hero, was diagnosed with ALS. Doctors gave him two to five years to live. So that is what Steve chose to do: live. This film incorporates personal video journals from Gleason for his then-unborn son to footage of his adventures undertaken as part of his mission to live his life to the fullest.
Comedy: Rants about plastic surgery, reality TV and what to do when the zombies come. This guy's got lots of pent-up energy.
Documentary, Music: A motion picture essay which takes a revealing and shocking look at modern life and its imbalances. The first film in a trilogy which was followed by Powaqtsi.
Documentary: Sequel of "Fastest", this is the story of the battle for supremacy in the MotoGP world championship, the fight for number one status among the fastest riders in the world. What are we really witnessing when we watch the world's top motorcycle racers fighting it out at over 200mph. At its heart, the movie is driven by an intense rivalry and a great friendship between the greatest MotoGP riders in the world: Rossi, Lorenzo, Pedrosa, Stoner, Marquez and Simoncelli.
Documentary: Three years after Long Way Round, Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman set off on a 15,000-mile journey from the northernmost tip of Scotland to the southernmost tip of South Africa, mixing their love of motorcycles with the lure of far-flung roads.
Arts & Culture, Lifestyle, Society: Validating and vilifying, triumphant and traumatic. Groundbreaking artists reflect on trans representation in film and TV.
Documentary: A burned-out filmmaker returns to the ocean of his childhood. And discovers an underwater friend who changes his life.
Documentary: To stop climate change, the focus has been on fixing the air above us. But the dirt beneath our feet is just as critical.
Comedy, Documentary: Richard Pryor's classic 1979 concert film has him discussing a wide range of topics, including race, the police and his favorite target -- himself.