Inocencia Mortal 1988

A model, whose brother committed suicide by hanging himself, is the girlfriend of a rock singer. The city is hit by a series of killings. A secret admirer of the model is responsible for discovering the murderer.

Cinema Cinema

Director Shah Krishna compiled this compelling documentary of Indian cinema after spending two years searching through film archives from all over the world. Included are films from the turn of the 20th century through the 1970s to illustrate various schools of filmmaking and the historical progression of the art form.

Pop Singer Jo Yong-pil 1981

Jo Yong-pil establishes a band and receives a lot of local support. His girlfriend helps him produce an album and distributes it to dj's across the nation to help Yong-pil achieve stardom.

The Cure: Play Out 1991

The two-hour film collects various live and rehearsal performances by The Cure from early 1991, including some of the band’s “MTV Unplugged” appearance and pre-release airings of a few cuts that would make Wish cuts and one very notable track that wouldn’t: “The Big Hand,” a fan favourite that would inexplicably wind up a B-side.

Chris Cree Brown: Electronic Composer 1980

“Sonic artist” Chris Cree Brown discusses composing with new media and how he orchestrates particular sounds into formal compositional structures. Some sounds are made instrumentally, while others are recorded from his environment. In 1980 few classically-trained musicians in New Zealand experimented with synthesized sound and the gloriously large and sturdy equipment Brown uses to create his music will be of sure anthropological interest to many musos. The documentary was recorded with no script to capture the true art of creation.