Slices - Pioneers of Electronic Music Vol. 1: Richie Hawtin
Slices - Pioneers of Electronic Music portrays the life and work of prominent artists or 'pioneers' within the global electronic music scene. The first edition is a documentary film based on electronic producer, performer and industry icon, Richie Hawtin. The film draws from the important stages and events in Richie Hawtin's personal and artistic life, revealing the journey of an introverted and transplanted computerminded teen that develops by way of Detroit's radio and records fueled by pure driven passion into a successful techno-entrepreneur and global DJ entertainer. Assembling an extensive archive of both new and unreleased photos, video and exclusive interviews, the film provides an extraordinary insight into the life and career of Richie Hawtin.
the new On the Road movie yet?
For Sugarman again. Good for the deadhead soul.
Directed by F.W. Murnau
Adapted from the short story 'Die Reise nach Tilsit' by Hermann Sudermann
America is so rich! We had two Bob Dylan's and threw one away.
Excellent movie! Thanks Bolo.
Nice action thriller. Keeps you glued to the screen if you like that kind of thing. In this movie the White House is taken by terrorists. Boy, Morgan Freeman is looking old these days...
The thing about these kind of films is it makes you wonder if it's all propaganda to make you scared as hell of the latest enemy of the moment. In this case the North Koreans.
Warning: Action means a lot of violence.
As to the worthiness of this documentary I must concur....A most interesting saga indeed!
Good call, bolo. Just finished it. Great movie.
Won the Oscar for best documentary and my favorite movie in quite some time. If you're on this site, then you like music. And if you like music, you'll LOVE the movie. Best to see it if you know nothing about it. It's a well-crafted film that really celebrates the elegance of the human spirit.
Okay, saw "The Master" last night and absolutely loved it. Fascinating all the way through and great cinematography. I'd vote best film of 2012, with Moonrise Kingdom coming in second...