Inside The Screen: International Jazz Day 2019 Edition
So you might have heard that today is International Jazz Day 2019 and we couldn’t let it slide without making a special edition all around the music world and how we definitely should be singing praise to one of the mothers of music around the world. This Inside The Screen is all about how you can be inspired by amazing soundtracks and always, always have music flowing and floating around your life.
Jazz has many names and types of performances. Inside this category, Whiplash (2014) is the winning one. Focusing on the drumming path of the leading men Miles Teller, the movie will certainly cause you some discomfort, but the overall achievement of the characters is an immersive journey in the world of exhaustion, fame and recognition.
La La Land (2016). We couldn’t let this jazz movie list get unnoticed without the breakout movie that is all about love, music and pursuing dreams. With Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling in the leading roles, the Oscar winner of 2017 is perfect in all ways – from the wardrobe selection to the selection of movie locations.
“They had it coming…” – who doesn’t recognize the singular lyrics of Chicago (2002)An adaptation of the Broadway sensation, the dance and singing extravaganza is a sensation on all senses. While an arguably classic, the musical stills make you want to learn all about the Moulin Rouge style.
Let’s be honest for a second – who hasn’t swooned, even if a bit, over Marlon Brando? The classic play of A Streetcar Named Desire (1951). The adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning 1947play by Tennessee Williams, the American drama film is all about how love isn’t the best way most of the times.
Miles Ahead (2015) , a tribute to the icon of jazz music Miles Davis, there’s a bit of everything in this jazz movie. “The film’s score covers, in non-linear fashion, Davis’ actual recordings throughout his career, beginning with Agharta (1975) before jumping back and forth in scenes featuring Kind of Blue(1959), Someday My Prince Will Come (1961), Bitches Brew (1970), and We Want Miles (1981).”
A cared homage to the greatest icons of music, DelightFULL paid a tribute to Miles Davis in the form of an astounding lighting family. Here you’ll be able to find all about these unique handcrafted lighting designs that will light you up like no other.
St. Louis Blues(1958) starring Nat King Cole and Ella Fitzgerald, this 1958 biopic is all about jazz. A one of a kind in an era, this movie will satiate all your wants and need when it comes to getting your daily dose of jazz.
A cared homage to the greatest icons of music, DelightFULL paid a tribute to Ella Fitzgerald and Nat King Cole in the form of astounding lighting designs. Here you’ll be able to find all about these unique handcrafted lighting designs that will light you up like no other.