A documentary about ten very different lives connected by having appeared onscreen wearing masks or helmets in Star Wars.
Bonus disc from Kissology I. Kiss live at Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI, January 25, 1976
A reconstructed view of the surroundings I had as a child. I place the camera in the space at different levels corresponding to different stages in my life as I grew up. Constant camera movements show objects from extreme close-up, a perspective alien to the eye opening up a microcosm which remains hidden to the normal observer.
Shanghai 1976 is a moving story that tells the tale of a forbidden love and of the loss of innocence in Shanghai, China, in the turbulent year 1976. Four young people come of age and fall in love against the backdrop of political and historical events. Their heritage reflects Shanghai's cosmopolitan history. Two Eurasian girls, sisters, meet and fall in love with two Chinese men. As their lives become more entangled, they find themselves ostracized. While the Great Cultural Revolution unravels around them, these four begin to dream new dreams, to reach for freedom and to nurture hope for a brighter future.
The thoughts of Mica Olip, 105, with glimpses into her life. Given voice, the thoughts take us to the bilingual villages of south Carinthia. The year is 1976, when the Austrian national government requests that members of minorities be counted across the country, to establish whether a minority is eligible for bilingual place-name signs. The census is broadly boycotted by the Slovenian minority in Carinthia. In a small mountain village of Sele, four boys decide to carry out a unique operation: to hijack the ballot box.
The agriculture reforming process, after the 1974 revolution, is seen through an analysis of the social structures and class struggles of the Portuguese society.
Four films verging on portraiture, converging to make a drama for all seasons, starring: Jane Brakhage as The Dreamer; Bob Benson as The Magnificent Stranger; Omar Beagle as The Snow Plow Man; and Jimmy Ryan Morris as The Poet and as Doc Holliday.
Faces 1976–1996 is a short film made by Australian artist Sue Ford.
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Live 1976
This film is a kind of anthology about Vienna, from the invention of film to the present day. The aim is to break down the usual clichéd "image of Vienna" such as that found in the traditional "Vienna Film" by juxtaposing documentary footage, newly shot material and subjective sequences created by various artists. Individual, self-contained sections of the film gain new meaning within the context of historical material. Familiar sites appear estranged when edited together with historical scenes. Other scenes appear like a persiflage or satirical. The film does not incorporate any commentary whatsoever. It is a collage of diverse materials aimed at conveying a distanced image of Vienna to the viewer
Super Bowl run of the 1976 Oakland Raiders
The thank you Australia concert.
Burt Sugarman's The Midnight Special 1976 Dvd! Live on stage in 1976: Elton John (Your Song), Hot Chocolate (You Sexy Thing), Fleetwood Mac (Over My Head), Diana Ross (Love Hangover), Tom Jones (Delilah), Donna Summer (Love To Love You Baby), Wild Cherry (Play That Funky Music), Ray Charles (Georgia On My Mind), Heart (Magic Man), George Benson (Masquerade), Janis Ian (At Seventeen), and many more!
Live in Dortmund