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INA Features Karl More Productions
Classical music in a high-quality format is the focus of this HD concert and documentary collection from the French footage source.
INA has been distributing the Karl More Productions musical collection for two years now. This high quality music content gathers more than 250 concerts and 30 music documentaries, all in HD and available in programmes and clips. Karl More strives to offer a fine selection of programmes with an emphasis on classical music masterpieces – from medieval to baroque, including operas – performed by the most prestigious artists of our time (Brigitte Engerer, Renaud Capu?on, Jordi Savall, Montserrat Figueras, Philippe Jaroussky and others) and in the most impressive settings (the Royal Chapel and the Royal Opera of Versailles, the Berlin Philharmoniker). This collection, you also comprises other musical genres such as jazz as well as ballet performances.
The Berlin Wall fell 30 years ago this month in spectacular scenes, with people demolishing the hated symbol of division by hand. WPA reminds us of this important historical event.
WPA Film Library commemorates the fall of the Berlin Wall. The wall, separating the capital city of Berlin between Communist East and Democratic West, also served as a symbol of a country divided by foreign powers since the end of WWII. Its destruction brought forth the eventual reunification of Germany as a nation, but more importantly, the reunification of many German people and families so long separated.
Stunning footage of Paris filmed more than 110 years ago has been painstakingly colourised for a celebratory documentary of the era of the “Belle Epoque”.
Director Hugues Nancy spent months restoring the colours in the different clips. Filmed between 1900 and 1914, some shots were captured more than 110 years ago.
The documentary, Paris 1900 - The City of Lights, was produced by CPB Films using archive footage from Gaumont Pathe Archives, Films Lumiere and Lobster.
The City of Lights played host to the Exposition Universelle in April 1900, which welcomed 51 million visitors - half of whom were foreign. At this time Paris was known for both its art and fashion, as well as the latest technical and scientific inventions.
This fascinating archive material has been restored and fully colourised, so this film presents the viewer with a glimpse of Paris as it was in days gone by.