Interview with acclaimed filmmaker Jonathan Demme Video
In this clip, Debbie Harry and Iggy Pop sing "Well Did You Evah?" DVD description: "Red Hot + Blue: A Tribute To Cole Porter" is an eclectic homage to the legendary songwriter benefiting AIDS research and relief. It features artistic videos addressing the effect of AIDS on society from such acclaimed directors as Jonathan Demme (The Manchurian Candidate, Silence of the Lambs), Wim Wenders (Buena Vista Social Club, U2: The Best of 1990-2000), Neil Jordan (The Crying Game) and Jim Jarmusch (Broken Flowers, Mystery Train). As a bonus, the DVD includes a live performance by Annie Lennox with Herbie Hancock and Ron Carter of ?Everytime We Say Goodbye? from the 1995 VH1 Honors Awards. Also presented on the DVD are interviews with Roland Gift, Richard Gere and John Malkovich culled from the 1991 Red Hot + Blue TV special.
Under the watchful eye of Joe Pantoliano (a.k.a Ralph Cifaretto), Tony Sirico (a.k.a. Paulie Walnuts) offers insight into this historic concert: "I don't know nothing about CBGB, but if Stevie likes it, then so do I." Wait a second, didn't somebody get whacked?
Sun Microsystems is now offering a pay-per-use service that will\r\nfunction like a utility or grid. In a Face to Face interview, Sun\r\nPresident and COO Jonathan Schwartz tells ZDNet's Dan Farber that at the\r\ncore of the new computing service is "transparent" pricing.
Internet pop culture with snarky commentary.
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At the August 31, 2005 CBGB Forever concert in New York City, Download Music caught up with a legendary figure in punk-rock history, the late Hilly Kristal, founder of CBGB.
Live footage from Cleveland's Deadboys, live at CBGB in 1977. This is from the DVD "Dead Boys - Live at CBGBs 1997".
Why not set your smartphone on a skateboard or lazy Susan for a new point of view? Those are just a few of the unique tips offered up by filmmaker Jason Van Genderen in this episode of CNET Australia's Pocket Filmmaker.
Canon's XH A1 is an excellent camcorder for entry-level professionals and independent filmmakers, with hard-to-beat prices for what it offers.
Today's story rundown includes the Boy Scouts of America staying culturally relevant with a new robotics merit badge, Cisco says goodbye to Flip mobile camcorders, a crowdsourced fundraiser pokes fun at M. Night Shymalan's dwindling film career, and Germany says "no" to Google Street View.