Described as "the most important rock documentary of the last 20 years," Martin Scorcese's revealing film No Direction Home: Bob Dylan screens in two-parts. Drawing from hundreds of hours of unseen footage and rare recordings, in-depth interviews and revealing photographs this documentary strikes a remarkable balance - telling the story of one man's journey and at the same time placing that story within the greater canvas of human events.
Follows the plight of real-life dancers as they struggle through auditions for the Broadway revival of "A Chorus Line". Also investigates the history of the show & the creative minds behind the original and current incarnations.
A notorious London theatre and film impresario, playboy, gambler, bon vivant, and eccentric friend of the rich and famous, Michael White transformed Britain's cultural scene in the 1970s, producing over 200 shows and movies.
This is an unconventional journey into the life and times of Bob Dylan. From the public to the private to the fantastical, this story weaves a rich and colourful portrait of the ever-elusive and much-loved singer/songwriter.