A young girl chronicles her divorced mother's relationship with a new boyfriend who has just moved into the house.
Growing up in the famed farmhouse investigated in the blockbuster hit The Conjuring, Andrea Perron's past has inspired her to write a tell-all book, House of Darkness House Of Light. Now, with footage and reenactments to support her stories, Perron delves into the haunting tales of her upbringing.
When it is time for her to give birth, Andrea, a communist insurgent seeks refuge in the city to her best friend Joyce. When Andrea's husband is reportedly killed, she temporarily leaves her son to their care. But before Andrea could return to her baby, she is arrested by the military. With no news of Andrea's whereabouts and presuming her to have been dead, the childless couple decided to keep the child and bring him to the United States. Upon returning to the country after seven years for a visit, Andrea confronts them and tries to claim his son back.
Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli grew up in Lajatico, a rural village in Tuscany, where his family still farms nearby. In July 2007, on the slopes of his ancient hill town, a special theater was constructed for a one-night-only concert of his greatest popular hits along with new songs performed to honor the occasion. Some famous musical friends dropped by and the magical result is Andrea Bocelli - Vivere - Live in Tuscany, premiering this December on PBS.
This spectacular DVD features Bocelli's first-ever pop performance taped live on a specially constructed floating stage in Lake Las Vegas. This special DVD includes music from the CD, Amor. Also included is exclusive bonus content including duets with American Idol finalist Katherine McPhee, Heather Headley, Stevie Wonder, and Chris Botti. Andrea Bocelli underwent a radical transformation for this concert recording, which marks his first-ever performance as a pop vocalist. The show was recorded at the Lake Las Vegas resort, and sees the charming Bocelli performing 18 songs.
iTunes Festival: London 2012 is a live EP by Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli. The album was recorded at the iTunes Festival in September 2012 at The Roundhouse in London. It was later released to the iTunes Store on 4 October 2012.
In this performance video recorded in 2006 at Villa Trissoni-Marzotto, acclaimed Italian pianist Andrea Bacchetti delivers a spellbinding interpretation of composer Johann Sebastian Bach's famed Goldberg Variations. Written for the harpsichord, the work -- an outstanding example of Bach's lyrical wit and technical skill -- is the final part in a series of keyboard music published in 1742 under the title "Clavier-Übung."
Andrea Bocelli: Child Destined To Sing, the moving biography of the acclaimed tenor who is now one of the world's most successful male solo recording artists selling more than 20 million records worldwide. With exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and never-before-broadcast interviews, Jonathan Pryce narrates the tenor's journey to fame with stand-out moments including his 2000 Statue of Liberty Concert and the heart-wrenching 9/11 Memorial concert.
International tenor Andrea Bocelli fulfills a personal dream with a spectacular outdoor concert taped under the stars at New Jersey's Liberty State Park in American Dream: Andrea Bocelli's Statue of Liberty Concert. The concert celebrates Italian heritage and musical tradition and honors the immigrant experience with this enchanting evening of famous arias, Neapolitan songs and audience favorites. Special guest Sarah Brightman takes the stage with Bocelli for "Time to Say Goodbye."
A Documentary about the Concerto given in Central Park in 2011
Widely regarded as the most popular Italian tenor in the world with more than 70 million albums sold, Bocelli was joined that rainy, windswept evening by pop stars Céline Dion, Tony Bennett, Chris Botti and David Foster, and from the classical world, bass baritone Bryn Terfel, sopranos Ana María Martínez and Pretty Yende, and violinist Nicola Benedetti, along with the Westminster Symphonic Choir, under the direction of Joe Miller. Bocelli presented a varied repertoire that includes well known arias, fan favorites, and some new surprises. The first act of stirring operatic selections including Verdi and Puccini favorites gave way to more popular fare in the second including duets with Celine Dion and Tony Bennett.
How does a young Bavarian suddenly, and radically change lives to become a shaman? The artist Natacha Nisic uses images and words to document the personal and spiritual revolution that compelled Andrea to visit South Korea in 2007, where Kim Keum-hwa, one of the most illustrious shamans in the country, would initiate her into the art of communicating with the spirit world.
In the aftermath of a massive earthquake in California, a rescue-chopper pilot makes a dangerous journey across the state in order to rescue his estranged daughter.