The story of Florence Foster Jenkins, a New York heiress, who dreamed of becoming an opera singer, despite having a terrible singing voice.
When a celebrated TV show host returns to his hometown in the South, his family is there to remind him that going home is no vacation!
When the chaotically misfortunate Jenkins and the monotonously lucky Lou run into each other one morning, they find a thrilling and fulfilling change of pace as they hurtle down the hills of San Francisco in an ice cream cart.
Welshman Sir Karl Jenkins is the most-performed living composer in the world. To mark his 70th birthday on the 17th February 2014, S4C broadcast a film portrayal of the pioneering musician in the programme Karl Jenkins: Pencerdd Penclawdd.
Florence Foster Jenkins is known as "the worst singer of all times" and yet she is a cult figure whose recordings still outsell many contemporary singers. Opera superstar Joyce DiDonato interprets the flamboyant "queen of dissonance". The involvement of the celebrated virtuoso makes it possible to contrast two different musical perspectives and gives viewers a vivid impression of the film's key conflict between inner delusion and external reality.
After getting dumped by his girlfriend, Marty runs into a group of vampire women who have come to town to feed. Now he has to stop them and save his friends.
Katherine Jenkins - Live at Llangollen
The Jenkins Orphanage Band - comprised of young African-Americans in Charleston, South Carolin performs for the newsreel.
Philip Jenkins is unwanted. He walks head down, sad, in suit, hat, and wire-rim glasses. In this nearly wordless animation, bad things happen to him. First an elevator malfunction leads to a trip to the hospital: he leaves with his arm in a sling. Another accident at work results in another hospital visit. The same indifferent stretcher bearers and the same indifferent nurse see to his care. Now, his leg is in a cast as well as his arm. He soldiers on, using a cane. When a traffic sign malfunctions, it's back to the hospital; he leaves with bandaged head, piloting a wheelchair. But his woes aren't over yet. After one more mishap, Philip Jenkins finally has something to say.
Documentary about Florence Foster Jenkins, her delusions, and how the people around her reacted to them.
International opera sensation Katherine Jenkins and Prima ballerina Darcey Bussell, CBE, combine talents in their show stopping all singing, all dancing musical extravaganza Viva La Diva. Captured live at the London O2 Arena as part of their sold out and extended Arena Tour, this eclectic display of gift and flair thrilled both critics and fans alike, showcasing the duo's well known abilities alongside hidden talents never before revealed to the public.
‘Welcome Home’ shows three intense moments in the life of Lila. She is the common thread between three men she meets during significant instants of her existence. The film is a sharp love letter to Brussels, a city in a constant state of flux, a Babylon with coming-and-going inhabitants, affected by the constant transformation of its urbanism and buildings.
THE QUIET REBEL tells the extraordinary, controversial story of radical feminist Australian performance artist Casey Jenkins: her rise to internet fame--and shame.