1 streaming video file (76 min.) : sd., col.
Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on May 05, 2013.
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Part of the series Under Review.
Influence of the Sex Pistols (5:51) -- From Warsaw to Joy Division (3:11) -- Controversial Name (2:31) -- The Factory Records (7:52) -- Channeling the Modern World (3:32) -- "Unknown Pleasures" (8:45) -- "She's Lost Control" (6:26) -- "Shadowplay" (3:06) -- "Autosuggestion" and "Transmission" (4:27) -- "Atmosphere" (2:20) -- "Love Will Tear Us Apart" (3:30) -- "The Atrocity Exhibition" (2:15) -- "Isolation" (2:10) -- "The Eternal" and "Twenty Four Hours" (3:20) -- The "Closer" Album Cover (1:22) -- Ian Curtis Suicide (2:44) -- "New Order" (2:29) -- Ian Curtis' Cultural Legacy (1:29) -- Credits: Joy Division: Under Review (0:52) -- Ian Curtis Audio Interview (5:30)
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This documentary covers the entire career of Joy Division, one of Manchester and Post-Punks most respected bands. Formed in 1976 and originally named Warsaw, the band primarily consisted of Ian Curtis on vocals and occasional guitar; Bernard Sumner on guitar and keyboards; Peter Hook on bass guitar and backing vocals; and Stephen Morris on drums and percussion. This video charts the entire short lifespan of the group, from their origins in their days as Warsaw to the more well-known incarnation of Joy Division. Features include rare musical performances, obscure footage of rare interviews, and rarely seen photographs. Plus review, comment, criticism and insight from Mick Middles, co-author of Torn Apart: The Life of Ian Curtis; former NME and Melody Maker journalist, Barney Hoskyns; Ex-Mojo Magazine editor, Pat Gilbert; Manchester punk musician and author, John Robb; music journalist and author David Stubbs; and more.
10 & up.
Mode of access: Internet.
System requirements: FOD playback platform.
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Films for the Humanities (Firm)
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