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This historically important 10 DVD set captures all of Miles Davis performances at the renowned Montreux Jazz Festival between 1973 and 1991, the last being less than three months before his death.

A documentary about a grandson’s journey through the lore and legends of jazz history to find his grandfather, Charles Mingus.

An extraordinary journey through soundscapes and biographies to important locations with Manfred Eicher (ECM), the outstanding producer of contemporary music.

Lost for 50 years, these newly discovered concerts, featuring an hour and 45 minutes of performances, were filmed at the 1961 Antibes Jazz Festival in France and show Ray Charles in his prime period with the original Raeletts and his most legendary band (including David "Fathead" Newman and Hank Crawford.)


Treme is a tribute to the “real” New Orleans.(American television drama series created by David Simon and Eric Overmyer)

A seemingly ordinary, but tormented love story between a pianist and a singer, takes on a transcendent grandeur and sublimity through the eyes of Spanish filmmaker Fernando Trueba, and through the animated drawings of graphic artist Javier Mariscal.

A musical celebration you'll never forget, GOOD EVENING EV'RYBODY brings together Louis Armstrong and musical guests for a never-before-released concert performance in honor of Armstrong's 70th birthday at the Newport Jazz Festival.

Woody Allen's latest movie, "Midnight in Paris" made the opening of the 64th Cannes Film Festival last May.

Jazz is a documentary miniseries,released on DVD on 2001. The film concerns the history of jazz music in the USA, from its origins at the turn of the twentieth century to the present day.