Do It Yourself
Vivienne Westwood, the controversial English designer, originator of Punk fashion and an adept of corsets and fake derrières, bares herself for the camera. Over the course of a year, the filmmakers followed Westwood to work, on the catwalk, with her family, and to her favourite places, putting together a film as vivid and impertinent as Westwood herself.
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Messiah at the Foundling Hospital
Handel’s Messiah is one of the most popular choral pieces in Western music. Yet few people know the story of how this much-loved work came to public attention...
Bill Cunningham New York
“We all get dressed for Bill,” says Vogue editor Anna Wintour. The “Bill” in question is New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham. For decades, this bike-riding...
A Long Journey Home
Canadian soprano Isabel Bayrakdarian sets off on an emotional journey to her ancestral homeland of Armenia, where she performs traditional music against the backdrop of its...
Cesar Ritz is the notorious dishwasher who revolutionizes the world’s hotel business, only to collapse when his most ambitious goal, the coronation buffet for King Edward VI, cannot take place.
The Genius of Carl Fabergé
Carl Fabergé's jeweled eggs, made for the last tsars of Russia, are some of the most sought-after treasures in the world. Symbolic of a last hurrah for Imperial Russia...
U2: From the Sky Down
Global superstars U2 relive the creation of their iconic album Achtung Baby - a tumultuous time in their history - in this documentary by Davis Guggenheim, director of An...