Once again, Ken Dodd (with over 40 years in his trade) performs his unique set in front of a host of celebrities gathered to show their appreciation of his enduring talent.
Mel Brooks and others entertain on the stage leading up to the release of To Be Or Not to Be.
Exciting music and entertainment special that sees a celebrity-packed audience and millions of fans at home screaming their tribute to international pop stars Take That.
Jimmy Tarbuck parades his comic wares in front of a celebrity audience. First shown on ITV it features an extra 20 minutes of unseen footage. With Justin Hayward, John Lodge, Rick Wakeman, Kenney Jones & Hank Marvin.
A stunning live performance from O'Connor's native Ireland, at the end of her first Irish tour in 6 years serves as O'Connor's self-imposed farewell to the entertainment industry. Also included as bonus features is a documentary on the making of "Sean-So
The proceedings of a Paris courtroom are the grist for this documentary. Drawn from over 200 appearances before the same female judge, the director chooses a dozen or so varied misdemeanor and civil hearings to highlight the subtle details of human behavior. In the process he draws attention to issues of guilt, innocence, policing and ethnicity in France.
Jean-Luc Godard visits the NYU in order to discuss his latest feature "La chinoise" with graduate students on filmmaking and politics.
A man believes his life is a movie watched by an audience only he can see.In his feature film debut, director Brad T. Gottfred delivers a spoof of cinema cliches with a memorable protagonist named Blake Gardner (Jeremy Sisto), who believes his life is a movie. Playing to an audience only he perceives -- and determined to entertain them. Blake recruits a comical black sidekick (Brian J. White), attempts to apprehend the bad guy (Peter Stormare) and begins romancing his court-appointed psychotherapist (Dina Meyer).