Pink Floyd : The Story of ‘Wish You Were Here’.

Winner ! Best Film/DVD in 2012 Classic Rock Awards “Simply put, this DVD is a masterpiece. All Floyd fans and all rock fans in general, should purchase this one for the historical value alone. This is one of the best rock and roll documentaries ever produced, hands down.” Jeb Wright , Classic Rock Revisited Read […]

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Robyn Hitchcock – I often dream of trains – A Concert Film

Produced and Directed by: John Edginton

  Legendary singer-songwriter , Robyn Hitchcock , is the subject and star of this concert documentary. In the winter of 2008 , Hitchcock travelled with his band by train to New York to resurrect live in concert his 1984 album ‘I Often Dream of Trains’ , which has grown into a cult classic. Produced by […]

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Robyn Hitchcock: Sex, Food, Death…and Insects

Produced and Directed by: John Edginton

In the summer of 2006, Robyn Hitchcock recorded a group of new songs in his London house , with help from famous musician friends, including REM’s lead guitarist Peter Buck, legendary songwriter Nick Lowe and John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin. This documentary eavesdrops on Hitchcock at work as he adds to his stockpile of […]

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The Pink Floyd and Syd Barrett Story

Produced and Directed by: John Edginton

“The death of Syd Barrett in 2006 was tragic, not only because he was a pop genius, but also because he lived in mystery since his self-imposed banishment from public life in the early ‘70s. This exceptional film, directed by John Edginton, gathers rare early concert footage, home movies, early TV appearances, chats with friends, […]

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Mumia Abu-Jamal: A Case for Reasonable Doubt?

Produced and Directed by: John Edginton

From Docurama.com: “This Award-winning explosive film reopens the case of America’s most “celebrated” death row inmate, exposing a broken justice system that has confined Mumia Abu-Jamal to prison for over 25 years. Mumia Abu-Jamal, now 54-years-old, was a journalist, Black Panther activist, and cab driver prior to his arrest for the murder of Philadelphia police […]

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Who Killed Martin Luther King?

Produced and Directed by: John Edginton

This Emmy nominated film is a powerful, no-holds barred look at who really killed Martin Luther King–an issue as relevant today as it was 40 years ago. “On April 4, 1968, America’s most popular and effective leader of the civil rights movement was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. The probing documentary, Who Killed Martin Luther King? […]

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