Friday, July 06, 2007

Guy Bedos - Les filles comme des mouches

Kool & The Gang - Get Down On It

Lionel Richie - Say You, Say Me

Earth Wind & Fire - Fantasy

The Beatles - Help

Bonnie Tyler & Kareen Antonn - Si demain (Turn Around)

The Magic of David Copperfield - Ferrari Levitation - 1980

Cheb Khaled & Chaba Zahouania - Baraka

Kamel el Abdi - Chaabi Rakksa

Talbi one Chaabi

Rae'nb Fever - Un Gaou A Oran

Dementia 13

"John Haloran has a fatal heart attack, but his wife Louise won't get any of the inheritance when Lady Haloran dies if John is dead. Louise forges a letter from John to convince the rest of his family he's been called to New York on important business, and goes to his Irish ancestral home, Castle Haloran, to meet the family and look for a way to ensure a cut of the loot. Seven years earlier John's sister Kathleen was drowned in the pond, and the Halorans enact a morbid ritual in remembrance. Secrets shroud the sister's demise, and soon the family and guests begin experiencing an attrition problem."

Tintin - The Shooting Star

Dick Tracy: Chapter Fourteen - The Devil in White

Gumiho 6 - The Legend Of The Nine Tail Fox

Ramatoulaye (Ivory Coast - Côte d'Ivoire) - Décalé Aladji

Toto - Africa (2)

The Eagles - Hotel California (unplugged)

Born Into Brothels: Calcutta's Red Light Kids

"Oscar winner -- best documentary (2005)Amidst the apparent growing prosperity of India, there is a dark underbelly of poverty of another side of the nation that is little known. This film is a chronicle of filmmakers Zana Briski and Ross Kauffman's efforts to show that world of Calcutta's red light district. To do that, they inspired a special group of children of the prostitutes of the area to photograph the most reluctant subjects of it. As the kids excel in their new found art, the filmmakers struggle to help them have a chance for a better life away from the miserable poverty that threatens to crush their dreams."

Rageh Omaar - Child Slavery

"Around 8.4 million children around the world are enslaved today. Now, in a remarkable journey across three continents, five of them tell their stories. This documentary is presented by reporter Rageh Omaar."