A documentary that explores the counterculture of San Francisco in 1967. Filmed around Haight Ashbury. By Jack O’Connell.
As seen through the blurred eyesight of the coolest cats of the sixties, When Hippies Ruled The World takes a trip back to the end of the psychedelic Sixties – the dreams, trips, movies, and music – to a time was love was all that was needed. From 1967 to 1970, the hippie revolution gave….
Stonehenge is our most famous prehistoric monument; a powerful symbol of Britain across the globe. But all is not well with the sacred stones. MPs have described the surrounding site as a ‘national disgrace’ and ‘shameful shambles’. Now, after decades of disputes over what should be done, English Heritage has just 12 months to create….
This documentary tells the story of the emergence and evolution of the British music festival through the mavericks, dreamers and dropouts who have produced, enjoyed and sometimes fought for them over the last 50 years. The film traces the ebb and flow of British festival culture from jazz beginnings at Beaulieu in the late 50s….