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Night Flight - Divine Profile

"Hi, I'm Divine. And tonight we're going to be taking a looking at my career, from the early years in Pink Flamingos, to my performances and right up to my current hollywood film." He was one of america's most glamorous, campiest, and outrageous movie queens and Night Flight's interview is one of the most treasured parts of our library. Watch Divine discuss the lega...Read More

Jobriath A.D.

Seventies glam rock musician Jobriath was known as “The American Bowie,” “The True Fairy of Rock & Roll,” and “Hype of the Year.” The first openly gay rock star, Jobriath’s reign was brief, lasting less than two years and two albums. Done in by a over‐hyped publicity machine, shunned by the gay community, and dismissed by critics as all flash and no substance, Jobri...Read More

The Dicks From Texas

The Dicks started out as an Austin, Texas poster band in 1979 and once formed, took off like a hardcore rocket. The Dicks only released one 45 and two LP's and were the house band at legendary Raul's Club. Every hardcore punk act that came to Austin demanded the Dicks play with them from Fear to Black Flag to Dead Kennedys. This is their story told by die-hard lifel...Read More

Night Flight - Patrick Cowley Video Profile

Patrick Cowley was an innovative American disco producer and composer originating from Buffalo, NY. Best known for his production on Sylvester’s explosive hit “You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)” as well as his own chart topping dance tracks.

Night Flight - Philippe Krootchey Video Profile

Born in 1954 in Versailles, France, Philippe Krootchey was a musician, DJ, radio and television host at the forefront of the gay liberation movement in France.

Night Flight - Cult-O-Rama

“Ultimately, cult movies transcend all categories, and give their audiences something they’ve never seen, but always wanted to," says Night Flight's Pat Prescott towards the end of our 1988 "Cult-O-Rama" episode. "Cult movies appeal with a sense of special community. No matter how warped your vision, you're not alone." This special original episode of Night Flight s...Read More

Queen - Under Review 1973-1980

This release features rare live and studio performances of the band playing some of their best known hits, rare and classic Queen interview footage plus a host of other features, all interspersed with the independent review and criticism from a panel of esteemed experts. These include broadcaster, journalist and long time friend of Freddie Mercury Paul Gambaccini; r...Read More

Night Flight - "Take Off" to Body Language

“In the ‘80s, America rediscovered the Body” Pat Prescott tells us. “We jogged, we danced, we exercised and put our bodies back into shape.” Right in time for that gym membership, we're kicking off another year of Night Flight Originals with "Take Off to Body Language," an excellent 1984 special featuring tunes from Thomas Dolby, Berlin, The Gap Band, Herbie Hancock...Read More

60 Minutes Australia - George Michael

In a tense but illuminating interview in 1988, George Michael opines on sex, his image, and pop stardom.

Blitzed: The 80s Blitz Kids Story

Boy George was the coat check girl (admittedly stealing money from the purses) .... Bowie, synth beats, and a new freedom of sexual identity were in the air. The Blitz Club spell was cast and a hotbed of talent emerged: Ultravox, Spandau Ballet, Culture Club, Sade, and practically everyone else you've ever heard from the era. This is the entertainingly told story of...Read More

The Hours And Times

Christopher Munch’s boldly original debut, THE HOURS AND TIMES (1992), is a fictional account of what might have happened in April 1963, when John Lennon and Beatles manager Brian Epstein traveled to Barcelona for an extended weekend getaway. In the four days they spend together, the suave Epstein (played by David Angus) and the provocative Lennon (Ian Hart in his f...Read More

60 Minutes Australia - Bowie & Me

In this revealing 2002 interview with David Bowie, he reflects on his storied career and various musical styles and personas, as well as his latest album, Reality.

The Queers Are Here

Welcome to the wild world of the Queers on their very first DVD! It features footage of all the live energy and behind-the-scenes craziness of the Queers on tour around the world circa '93 to '05. Also included are interviews, music videos, and an unreleased animated video. You'll witness all the different lineups with Hubie, Bface, Wimpy, Danny Vapid and a cast of others.

Female Perversions

In her US film debut, Academy Award© winner Tilda Swinton stars as a bi-sexual lawyer on the edge of professional breakthrough, personal breakdown, and sexual awakening. An erotic psychological drama that dives into the whirlpool of gender and sexuality as it plays out in the world of power and the male gaze. Shocking when it was first released in 1995, it is now de...Read More

Bowie, Iggy & Lou, The Sacred Triangle: 1971- 1973

By 1971 David Bowie was branded a one-hit-wonder, Lou Reed was considered washed up following a disastrous debut and Iggy Pop was seen as merely a drug crazed ex-Stooge. But a meeting of minds in that year's closing months was the catalyst for an extraordinary turnaround for these three musical geniuses, resulting in the most dramatic shift of musical style since th...Read More

Funeral Parade of Roses

Director Toshio Matsumoto’s shattering, kaleidoscopic masterpiece is one of the most subversive and intoxicating films of the late 1960s: a headlong dive into a dazzling, unseen Tokyo night-world of drag queen bars and fabulous divas, fueled by booze, drugs, fuzz guitars, performance art and black mascara. No less than Stanley Kubrick cited the film as a direct infl...Read More

Dr. Ruth & Lee Grant

Dr Ruth sits down with actress and director Lee Grant, who talks about her forward thinking and controversial 1985 documentary "What Sex Am I?"

Madonna: Like a Virgin

A team of industry experts analyze Madonna’s Like a Virgin, the album that announced the true arrival of the Queen of Pop. Featuring track by track analysis, rare interviews and performance footage from archives worldwide.

Liquid Sky

The essential document of New York’s 1980s New Wave scene and the archetypal "Midnight Movie" from director Slava Tsukerman returns home to Night Flight. In what is one of the most delectably stylish Science Fiction films ever produced: A small, heroin seeking UFO lands on a Manhattan roof, observes a bizarre, drug addicted fashion model and sucks endorphin from her...Read More

Patty Schemel on Other Side With Zabrecky

Supernatural hi-jinx ensue when Hole drummer Patty Schemel joins Zabrecky to conduct a seance to summon Siegfried and Roy's tiger Mantecore.

Night Flight - "Take Off" to Androgyny

Night Flight's innovative "Take Off" series dispensed with playlists, bland VJ set-ups and the usual tired video countdown format and instead cleverly programmed music videos and performance clips by theme. The series regularly featured hits from Eighties pop icons juxtaposed against obscurities from many not-ready-for-MTV cult favorites. Original Air Date: 4-13-84 ...Read More

Night Flight - "Take Off" to Dark Entries

“Take Off” to San Francisco-based independent record label Dark Entries featuring music videos from Ski Patrol, X-Ray Pop, From Nursery to Misery, and more.

Dr. Ruth & Charles Pierce

In this 1984 episode of "Good Sex," Dr. Ruth sits down with a couple trying to navigate a long distance relationship and interviews Charles Pierce, who is known as one of the 20th century's foremost female impersonators.

Brian Eno 1971-1977: The Man Who Fell To Earth

This documentary film - the first ever about Eno - explores his life, career and music between the years 1971 & 1977, the period that some view as his golden age. Featuring numerous exclusive interviews, contributions from a range of musicians, writers, collaborators and friends - plus performance and studio film and an abundance of the most exceptional music ever created.

Pussy Riot - Death To Prison, Freedom To Protest

In less than three years, Pussy Riot has morphed from a little-known feminist protest band to an international cause celebre. As its two jailed members are freed from prison under an amnesty, we chronicle the group's story so far; Pussy Riot was founded in 2011, but shot to greater prominence after appearing in Moscow's Cathedral of Christ the Savior in February of ...Read More

What's The T?

What "Paris is Burning" was to drag balls - "What's the T'" is to transgender life -- a documentary that explores the challenges, successes and lives of five transgender women; a multi-character study and an introduction to the uninitiated.

Night Flight - Depeche Mode Video Profile

Tonight, we return to 1994 for a Night Flight syndication episode covering the rise of iconic synth band Depeche Mode. "Of all the synthesizer bands that rose in the 1980s, one band has enjoyed repeated success in both their music and popularity while still retaining their unique sound and style." Syndication Host Tom Juarez tells us. This is another wonderful en...Read More

The Smiths: Under Review

The Smiths - Under Review is a 90 minute documentary film covering the full story and music of The Smiths. It features rare musical performances, videos, TV appearances, interviews with the band, and expert comment and review from an esteemed panel of experts. This film is the first of its kind in documenting the history of one of the most important band of the 1980...Read More

Disinformation TV - Episode 4 (Genesis P-Orridge)

Wrecker of civilization Genesis P-Orridge, the comic-book life of Mr. Awesome and paganism in traditional religious iconography.

Night Flight - Genesis Breyer P-Orridge Video Profile

“Anti-hero, artist, and Pandrogenist.” Genesis P-Orridge was an icon of experimentation.

Psychic TV - Black Joy

Described by some as a video masterpiece, Black Joy is a colorful and artistic mix capturing Psychic TV in a number of guises. This film includes 2 full length programs previously available only as two separate VHS tapes. "Black" was filmed live at the Subterrania Club, London, in March, 1991, capturing the band at the height of their acid-phase. "Joy" includes live...Read More

Roxy Music: Inside 1972-1974

An incisive documentary of how Roxy Music hit the ground with four albums in two years. Featuring rare archive footage of the band in performance alongside the views of leading critics this is the independent view of Roxy Music from the quirky first recordings with Bryan Eno to the effortless cool of Country Life.

Night Flight 40th Anniversary - Plack Blague Performance

Ross Schlesinger, the leather-clad force behind the Nebraska-based queer, industrial dance project Plack Blague started exploring electronic music in 2001. Plack Blague began as “anti-dance music” and has developed to creating sprawling and aggressive electronic tracks on albums like 2017’s Night Trax, which owe as much to metal as it does disco and dance music. Her...Read More

DisinfoCon - Kenneth Anger

Experimental filmmaker and author Kenneth Anger's discusses the work of Aleister Crowley at Richard Metzger's DisinfoCon, 2000.