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  • Sinfonico

    Rock En Tu Idioma

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 1 hr 19 min

    Rock En Tu Idioma "Sinfonico" brings you the best performances by Los Enanitos Verdes, Miguel, Mateos, La Union and more...

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  • A Mexican Dream

    Rolando Villazon

    Year: 2010

    Runtime: 59 min

    The film opens with a ride across the Mexican metropolis, home to eighteen million, in one of the famous green Beetle taxis. This is where the tenor Rolando Villazón was born. With a gaze that is part Mr. Bean and part Latin lover, he has sung his way into the hearts of opera fans around the world. Before Villazón’s thoughts ever turned to the stage, he attended school like every other boy. Twenty years later, he is now returning to his alma mater, the German Alexander von Humboldt school in Mexico City. “Somehow it’s strange,” says Villazón, standing among the small boys in the school courtyard. “I was one of them, and now I realize that the child I was back then still exists today. And now I know that this child must always have been within me, because he is who I am now.”
    It is with a nearly childish delight that he cavorts about the stage today - for instance, in the legendary La Traviata production at the 2005 Salzburg Festival. He and Anna Netrebko rehearsed and played probably the most passionate and tragic couple in opera literature.
    The filmmakers Daniel Finkernagel and Alexander Lück accompanied the tenor for two years, making a documentary that does not follow a strict timeline, but moves between present and past when it suits the film’s thematic focus.
    The visit to Mexico arouses many memories, and Villazón talks about special moments in his past for the first time with the camera crew: his first dressing room, the small stage at the Theatro de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, where Rolando sang in his first competition, his first bout of nervousness, the seminary where Rolando worked as a history teacher for five years and even considered becoming a priest himself.
    In addition to revisiting the past, the film shows everyday moments in the life of a tenor who is in demand around the world: acclaimed performances at the Liceo Barcelona, intense rehearsals with Anna Netrebko for the Salzburg Traviata, and his breakthrough performance in 2005 as a marvelously suffering Don Jose at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin.
    A Mexican Dream tells the story of Rolando Villazón’s life, from his early years to his great successes. It is less a chronological biography than an exploration of the thoughts and feelings of one of the great singers of our time.

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  • The King Stays King: Sold Out At Madison Square Garden

    Romeo Santos

    Year: 2011

    Runtime: 1 hr 46 min

    The mystique of Romeo Santos continues to grow. The second of his two sold-out performances at the legendary Madison Square Garden, from February 24, 2012, has been lovingly documented and is now packaged on the keepsake production The King Stays King – Sold Out at Madison Square Garden. This 18-song, live, super production features spellbinding performances of his recent No. 1’s “La Diabla” and “Mi Santa” from his triple-Platinum album Fórmula Vol. 1, along with timeless hits with his former band Aventura, such as “Por Un Segundo” and “Mi Corazoncito.” Produced in 6 acts with plenty of interesting thematic elements and surprises to go along with the music, The King Stays King – Sold Out at Madison Square Garden shows Romeo Santos at the peak of his creative and seductive powers. None other than Usher joins him on stage for the hit single “Promise.” Bonus features include backstage footage of the two rehearsing together. Romeo Santos is rightfully credited with making the bachata a true phenomenon among young Latinos in the U.S. and elsewhere.

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  • Me Quito El Sombrero

    Samo

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 1 hr 15 min

    Samo launches his second solo album "Me quito el sombrero", is a live concert tribute to many of the songwriters and performers who inspired him with their music, guided him through their virtues and are responsible for his upward trajectory.

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  • Zona Preferente

    Sandoval

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 1 hr 26 min

    Live Concert including featured artists such as Aleks Syntec, and Brian Amadeus.

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  • The Last Concert: Live From The Astrodome

    Selena

    Year: 1995

    Runtime: 54 min

    Recorded live on February 26, 1995. All tracks have been digitally remastered. Selena Quintanilla, the late queen of Tejano music, is caught here in her final performance in Houston, Texas. More a cultural than a solely musical phenomenon, Selena provided American Latinos and Latinas with a bona fide pop star, and unfortunately their first bona fide pop casualty. Here she works her magic on a medley of '70s Anglo disco classics before slipping into more familiar Tejano territory with her biggest hit, "Amor Prohibido" and a slew of crowd-pleasing classics. Her band is tight and adept (her brother plays bass); the crowd goes predictably wild at every opportunity. As a document of Selena's undeniable live appeal, LIVE THE LAST CONCERT is invaluable, and essential for all true Selena fans.

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  • Hits Don't Lie

    Shakira

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 59 min

    Follow the rise of one of the most successful Latin-American pop artists of all time. Known for her catchy lyrics and hip shaking dance moves, Shakira has swept up millions of fans around the globe. She has won numerous awards including two Grammy Awards as well as being nominated for a Golden Globe. Learn how the Colombian born star signed her first record deal at 13, how her first two albums failed and how she shot to superstardom, selling over 70 million albums worldwide making her the highest selling Colombian artist of all time.

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  • Live and Off The Record

    Shakira

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 2 hr 25 min

    This footage includes 90 minutes of electric performance from her sold out 2003 tour, Tour of The Mongoose. It also comprises of a one-hour documentary, an uncensored look behind the curtain of the tour. The camera captures Shakira's life, loves, family.

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  • Live from Paris

    Shakira

    Year: 2010

    Runtime: 1 hr 40 min

    Filmed in the summer of 2011, at the Palais Omnis Ports De Bercy. Shakira: Live from Paris includes Shakira's biggest hits from “Inevitable” to “Hips Don't Lie”. She also pays tribute to, Frances Cabrel, by singing “Je L'aime A Mourir”. From beginning to end, it is Shakira at her best.

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  • Oral Fixation

    Shakira

    Year: 2008

    Runtime: 2 hr 17 min

    This film features a Behind the Scenes feature called Around The World In 397 Days, a documentary called Barefoot - a 20-minute documentary focusing on Shakira's nonprofit organization shot in Columbia, and 16 great Shakira tracks from her recent tour.

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  • 20 Años

    Siempre Asi

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 2 hr

    The Spanish pop group “Siempre Asi” returns home with an exquisite live performance to celebrate 20 years of friendship, music and success. The complete concert features memorable duets and unique moments full of magic and artistic performances. The eight members of the group, including four singers, are Paola Prieto, Sandra Barón, Mati Carnerero, Rocío García Muñiz, Maite Parejo, Nacho Sabater, Ángel Rivas y Rafa Almarcha.

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  • Primera Fila Acustico

    Sin Bandera

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 1 hr 30 min

    The Latin pop duo Sin Bandera became one of the most popular artists after their solo debut album “Sin Bandera” was released on March 26, 2002. In this live concert experience the band performs some of their greatest hits.

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  • Sentimento de Mulher (Ao Vivo)

    Solange Almeida

    Year: 2017

    Runtime: 1 hr 54 min

    This music documentary goes behind the scenes following Solange Almeida and revealing the history behind some of the most beloved and fan appreciated music classics.

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  • Ven, siéntate y me lo cuentas...

    Vanesa Martín

    Year: 2011

    Runtime: 1 hr 20 min

    Vanesa Martín is a Spanish singer/songwriter with a youthful pop/rock style who made her solo debut in 2006 with the album Agua and the breakout single "Aún No Te Has Ido." Hailing from Málaga, Spain, she collaborated with producer Carlos Jean on Agua. Released in association with EMI, the album spawned the lead single "El Tren de la Cordura" and the follow-up single "Aún No Te Has Ido," the latter of which proved more popular.

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  • 90s Pop Tour

    Various Artists

    Year: 2014

    Runtime: 3 hr 13 min

    Nothing quite brings you back to the good old days like '90s music, and even those of us who prefer far hipper music today have to admit that '90s pop music was some of the best of any decade.

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  • Elisa L'Anima Vola Tour: Live Documentary

    Various Artists

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 2 hr 5 min

    Cristian Biondani’s “L’Anima Vola Tour - Live Documentary” presents footage of live performances and interviews during the first part of Elisa’s “L’Anima Vola Tour 2014”.
    Well received by both the fans and critics the album "L’Anima Vola" is perceived as one of brightest gems in the modern Italian music. The live footages gives a complex look into the multifaceted artistic universe of Elisa. Collaborations with David Rossi, Andrea Rigonat, Christian Rigano and Tiziano Ferro turn up the heat making this documentary a must-see for all music appreciators.

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  • Straight Outta Puerto Rico: Reggaeton's Rough Road to Glory

    Various Artists

    Year: 2008

    Runtime: 1 hr 10 min

    The Spanish-language musical form known as reggaeton took shape in Puerto Rico during the late 1990s. In lieu of emerging as its own unique and inimitable genre, it actually comprised a mélange of several pre-established genres - specifically, rap, hip hop, reggae and Caribbean music. Per its title, the documentary Straight Outta Puerto Rico: Reggaeton's Rough Road to Glory discusses the evolution of reggaeton from an indigenous Puerto Rican style (born and bred in the poverty-strewn barrios of San Juan) to a transcontinental phenomenon. It also details reggaeton's ultimate status as a government-discouraged form of grassroots personal expression with incendiary political content that prompted widespread censorship, political crackdowns, and suppression. The documentary contains interviews and performances featuring reggaeton superstars such as The Luny Tunes, DJ Nelson, Mexicano 777 and many others.

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  • Mi Tributo al Festival II: Zona Preferente

    Yuri

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 51 min

    Mi Tributo Al Festival II is a tribute Yuri presents to the Festival Oti by recording some of the classic songs that found their way to the hearts of millions during the airing of the most popular Hispanic music variety - contest show in history. Often referred to as "The Mexican Madonna," Yuri makes a fabulous live performance of “En mi soledad,” “Cuando pienso en ti” and many more.

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