In 2000, Blur frontman Damon Albarn travelled to Mali to play and record with some of the country's greatest musical stars. Last month, the musicians, including guitarist and singer Afel Bocoum, were reunited for a London concert at the Barbican. This film contains footage of Albarn's video diary of his Malian trip and also of the Barbican concert.
DA Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus's film record of a raucous debate on "women's liberation" that took place in New York's City Hall in 1971, between novelist Norman Mailer, critic Diana Trilling and members of the Women's Movement.
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