Henry & Me tells the courageous story of Jack (AUSTIN WILLIAMS), a brave young boy who is dealt a life changing blow. Low on confidence and filled with self-doubt, hope seems lost until a mysterious stranger named Henry (RICHARD GERE) appears. With the touch of his pin, Henry sweeps Jack away to a magical world where illness no longer exists and New York Yankee legends play forever. The incredible journey brings Jack face to face with Babe Ruth (CHAZZ PALMINTERI), Thurman Munson (PAUL SIMON), Lefty Gomez (LUIS GUZMAN) and Mickey Mantle (DAVID MANTLE) – who all teach Jack to face his fears and never give up. The movie climaxes at Yankee stadium, where Jack must test his newfound courage to save the season and find his way home. Featuring an all star-cast of unforgettable characters, Henry & Me is heartwarming movie experience for the entire family with a message of hope… when life throws a curve… swing away!
Featuring performances by popular artists of the 1960s, this concert film highlights the music of the 1967 California festival. Although not all musicians who performed at the Monterey Pop Festival are on film, some of the notable acts include the Mamas and the Papas, Simon & Garfunkel, Jefferson Airplane, the Who, Otis Redding, and the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Hendrix’s post-performance antics — lighting a guitar on fire, breaking it and tossing a part into the audience — are captured.
The life and successes of iconic music executive Clive Davis, from his miraculous start at Columbia Records through his trailblazing work at Arista Records and J Records, with a heavy dose of outstanding music sprinkled in between.
Paul Simon returns to South Africa to explore the incredible journey of his historic Graceland album, including the political backlash he received for allegedly breaking the UN cultural boycott of South Africa designed to end the Apartheid regime. On the 25th anniversary of Paul Simon’s GRACELAND, acclaimed documentary filmmaker Joe Berlinger offers a glimpse at the controversy surrounding the decision to record the album in South Africa despite a UN boycott of the nation, which was aimed at ending apartheid. In the run-up to an eagerly anticipated reunion concert, Simon, Quincy Jones, Peter Gabriel, David Byrne, Harry Belafonte, Paul McCartney and others reflect on the decision to record with local artists in South Africa, and the cultural impact of the album that delivered such hits as “I Know What I Know” and “You Can Call Me Al.”