Filmography

2005 – All the Invisible Children

All the Invisible Children is a 2005 anthology film on the theme of childhood and exploitation. It is a collection of seven short films, each focused on a different child.
It premiered at the Venice Film Festival on September 1, 2005.
"Teach me again", the soundtrack of this film was written and produced by Italian singer Elisa and performed by Elisa and Tina Turner.

2005 - All the invisible children2005 - All the invisible children

Tanza directed by Mehdi Charef
Seven young freedom fighters, heavily armed, are covering ground looking for the enemy. At twenty-one their leader is the eldest. Tanza is twelve and has joined this group after witnessing the massacre of his family. While bathing in a river in the middle of the forest, trying to forget their lives as soldiers for a while, they are unaware that in a short time one of them will be dead and one will be sent to blow up a school, where in a few hours other children just like them will be arriving.

Production credits
* Art direction - Tiendrebéogo Rasmané
* Costume design - Martine Somé
* Makeup designer - Aminata Zouré

Blue Gypsy directed by Emir Kusturica
Uroš (Blue Gypsy), is about to be released from the juvenile detention centre in which he has spent quite a long time. He is facing the mixed feelings that he has towards his release: dealing again with his father who forces him to steal yet being supposedly freed into the outside world. Uroš’ choice will become clear once he find himself cornered.

Production credits
* Costume design - Radovan Markovic
* Makeup - Marinela Spasenovic

 

Jesus Children of America directed by Spike Lee
Blanca (played by Hannah Hodson) is a Brooklyn teenager who has a daily routine of going to school and enjoying time with her friends despite the backdrop of utter squalor and poverty in which she lives with her parents. But this routine is interspersed with frequent visits to the hospital due to her continued ill health. After a school incident, she finally realises that she is an HIV positive daughter of drug addicted parents and the tale takes a dark and dramatic twist.

Production credits
* Production design - Sarah Frank
* Costume design - Donna Berwick
* Makeup - Martha Melendez

Bilu & João directed by Katia Lund
A day in the life of Bilu and João, two enterprising young children struggling to get by on the streets of São Paulo. Their treasures are empty cans, cardboard, discarded boards and nails; objects that society throw away. The children have to use their imagination to turn the urban landscape into their playground, turning refuse into returns. As their ambitions take them off the beaten path, they will need even more ingenuity to get them out of a jam.

Production credits
* Art direction - Carla Caffé
* Costume design - André Simonetti
* Makeup - Donna Meirelles

Jonathan directed by Jordan Scott & Ridley Scott
Jonathan is the story about a shell-shocked photojournalist whose assignments have left him disillusioned with life and irrevocably unhinged. He dreams of freedom from what he has seen and happiness at any cost. He wants it so much that when he decides to run, he physically regresses back to when life was at its best and embarks on an incredible adventure, rediscovering the essence of life through childhood. The children he meets along the way challenge and inspire him to embrace his life once more.

Production credits
* Production design - Ben Scott
* Costume design - Greg Fay
* Makeup - Melissa Lackersteen

Ciro directed by Stefano Veneruso
Ciro is a kid from the outskirts of Naples. He lives in one of those cement housing projects built after the earthquake of 1980. Along with his friend Bertucciello, Ciro assaults a motorist in order to steal his Rolex. It’s a co-ordinated attack composed of two simultaneous but separate actions. Ciro smashes one of the vehicle’s windows with a hammer, glass flying everywhere, while Bertucciello grabs hold of the man’s watch and rips it away from his wrist. The two kids run in separate directions towards the unforeseen – looking for a real childhood.

Running Time: 116 Minutes; each film has an average of 16 minutes.
Here is part of the film.

 

 

2013 - 20 Feet from Stardom
2007 - Video Biography
2006 - Flushed Away
2005 - Oprah Winfrey's Legends Ball
2005 - Kennedy Center Honors
2005 - All the invisible children
2003 - Brother Bear
2003 - Janis et John
2003 - Ike and Tina Turner EP
2002 - It's Black Entertainment
2001 - Black Entertainment - A Celebration of Black Music
2000 - Ally McBeal Show
2000 - Playboy: The Party Continues
1995 - The history of Rock 'N'Roll, Vol. 1
1995 - Goldeneye
1993 - Who's Tommy, the Amazing Journey
1993 - Last Action Hero
1993 - What's Love Got to Do with It
1992 - The Grand Opening of Euro Disney
1992 - Peter’s Friends
1991 - Two Rooms
1990 - Opportunity Knocks
1990 - Days of Thunder
1989 - Hysteria 2
1988 - Bull Durham
1987 - Zabou, The Crack Connection
1986 - Iron Eagle
1986 - Women in Rock
1985 - Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome
1984 - Miami Vice
1984 - That Was Rock
1982 - Summer Lovers
1978 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
1976 - All this and World war 2
1976 - All you need is love, the story of popular music
1975 - Tommy
1973 - Superstars in Concert, Sound of the City
1972 - Cocksucker Blues
1971 - Soul to Soul
1971 - Taking Off
1970 - It's Your Thing
1970 - Gimme Shelter

 

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    Sometimes you've got to let everything go -- purge yourself. If you are unhappy with anything . . . whatever is bringing you down, get rid of it. Because you'll find that when you're free, your true creativity, your true self comes out.

    I never said "Well, I don't have this and I don't have that." I said, I don't have this yet, but I'm going to get it.

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    I didn't have anybody, really, no foundation in life, so I had to make my own way. Always, from the start. I had to go out in the world and become strong, to discover my mission in life.