Rockers: The Cult Movie About Jamaica (1978)

Rockers is a cult movie about Jamaica, filmed in 1978 by Theodoros Bafaloukos. The movie was initially intended as a documentary and in the end, it turned out as a talented feature film, starring Lero…

Blow Up. Michelangelo Antonioni, 1966.

Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1966 “Blow Up” was the highest gross art movie to date and started the era of new film generation. Today you can hardly find people who watched it. It’…

Documentary: The Summer of Rave 1989 (BBC)

This BBC documentary will take you through the end of 1980’s on the music scene that still was very post-punk and new wave, but the club culture was starting to emerge. The movie captures all th…

Documentary: Carl Cox 24/7

The film follows the patriarch in his tour starting at Ibiza, then Miami, Barbados, and many other places. You will see Moby, Fatboy Slim, Josh Wink and many other friends of his.…

Documentary: Pump Up the Volume

This is the history of house music, starting at the Chicago’s “Warehouse”club. Did you know that the name “house” was born when people wanted to buy music that they heard…

Nowhere (Gregg Araki, 1996)

Gregg Araki is famous for his surreal approach to the stories of youth. His movies are almost as essential to watch as “Trainspotting”. Nowhere tells about a young man, looking for love. A…

Movies: Don’t Forget to Go Home

This documentary is about the city that never stops – Berlin, and it’s nightlife. It was directed by Maja Classen and premiered in Berlin in 2006. The movie tells about all the ups and dow…