Cabaret Balkan 1998

The film takes place in Belgrade in the mid nineties of the twentieth century, when the brutality and violence are becoming part of everyday reality. A series of separate stories each linked inheritance situations. The painful atmosphere of increasing brutality from which you can not see the output as the main motiv is repeated in the question of accountability: "Who is guilty?"

25 Jaar Leids Cabaret Festival 2003

Het Leids Cabaret Festival is 25 jaar geleden opgezet door Harry Kies, als activiteit binnen een studentenvereniging. Om met name het maatschappelijk geëngageerde cabaret te stimuleren. Het succes was zo groot dat werd besloten om er een jaarlijks vervolg aan te geven. Bij een nieuwe generatie cabaretiers bleek behoefte aan een gedegen behartiging van niet alleen zakelijke, maar ook inhoudelijke belangen. Daaruit is het impresariaat Harry Kies Theaterprodukties ontstaan. De ruime ervaring die het in de afgelopen vijfentwintig jaar heeft opgebouwd, wordt graag gedeeld met (beginnende) cabaretiers en theatermakers. Harry Kies Theaterprodukties is er ontzettend trots op dat veel ex-delnemers het Leids Cabaret Festival nog steeds zo'n warm hart toedragen dat ze nagenoeg allemaal aanwezig zijn, op het toneel of in de zaal, om de liefde voor theater te delen met het publiek.

Cabaret Crusades: The Secrets of Karbala 2015

The crusades come to life in Egyptian artist Wael Shawky’s beautiful Cabaret Crusades. Inspired by the writings of Lebanese writer Amin Maalouf, Shawky’s film trilogy explores the horrors of the medieval holy wars in the Middle-East – from an Arab perspective. With a cast made up entirely of puppets, the third part, The Secrets of Karbala (2014), centres on the period between the 7th and 12th centuries, covering the crusades as well as a dispute between two Islamic sects. Beautifully made of handblown Murano glass, the puppets have amazing expressive power, making the scenes full of violence, repression and torture all the more awe-inspiring.

Alain Caron Live: Cabaret de Montreal 2006

Tracks: Ocean of Trees; Double Agent; Signal; Ink Illusion; Show of Hands; No Left Turn on Tuesday; Slam the Clown; Turkey Loose on the Kit; Baby Step; Solitude; Black Paws; D-Code. Personnel: Alain Caron: fretless and fretted basses; Jean St-Jacques: keyboards and Malletkat; David Bellemare: saxophones; Simon Langlois: drums; Francois Blouin: keyboards.

Le Moulin Rouge: The Cabaret of Life

A naughty inside look into the world's most famous cabaret! The costumes, the dancing, the girls, make this venue the ultimate late night destination for jetsetters, artists, politicians and tourists alike.

Watcha Clan - Live at Cabaret Rouge 2001

Watcha Clan is a french group mixing ragga dub electro and jungle influences. They released on May 23, 2001 a LIVE CD with an extra track video of one of their emblematic song, "Larshuma".

Maroon 5: Live From Le Cabaret De Montreal 2008

Songs About Jane propelled the band into the mainstream, but the album was not an immediate hit. "Harder to Breathe" became a radio staple soon followed by the omnipresent "This Love," whose steamy video (featuring frontman Levine and a barely clothed girlfriend) wooed the TV-watching crowds at MTV. Songs About Jane finally entered the Billboard Top Ten in August 2004, more than two years after the album's release, and follow-up singles like "She Will Be Loved" and "Sunday Morning" helped the album move over 2.7 million copies by year's end.

The Girl from the Red Cabaret 1973

Harvey hires Mary to seduce his rival Larry and help him gain his revenge. But Maria and Larry fall in love and things become complicated.

Operación cabaretera 1967

Your job as a hostess in Malaga allows Hippolyta meet many men. One of them is a Chinese traveler, just in time to take her to her room, is killed. So, the blame falls on another Hippolyta customers.

Chandni Bar 2001

Chandni Bar, a film directed by Madhur Bhandarkar depicts the gritty life of the Mumbai underworld, including prostitution, dance bars and gun crime.

Fetish Factory 2017

Pin-up vixens vs. bloodthirsty zombies, set in post-apocalyptic Hollywood. Imagine a wickedly saucy by invitation-only stage show and posh private peeps in which your every fantasy can come true, fulfilled by the likes of luscious ladies imitating the sex goddesses of yore: Bettie Page, Jayne Mansfield, and Suzie Wong.

Good Girl, Bad Girl 1990

In LA, Terri is making a movie called "Space Pirates." For cash and in hopes of finding a sugar daddy, she dances in a cabaret. Nick, her boyfriend, is jealous. When a customer flashes a briefcase full of money, Terri arranges to meet him at a hotel; she's stashed Nick in the closet to steal the money while she keeps the john, Chao, busy. When Nick gets the case open, there's no cash, just snakes. Terri realizes that the snakes must have some value, so she ties up Chao to force him to tell her how to convert the snakes back into cash. She keeps the dim Nick involved and also gets help from other cabaret customers beguiled by her charms. But what about "Space Pirates"?

Turn of the Century 2009

Filmmaker, illustrator and musician Dame Darcy's weekly television collaboration with Blessed Elysium's Lisa Hammer aired on New York's Public Access from 1996-1999, presenting original drama and comedy in a German Expressionist style, utilizing New York underground personalities including Jennifer Nixon (aka Queen Itchie), Peter Moran, Bliss Blood, Banjo Pete, Miller Duvall, Secretary Jenny, Cynthia Mitchell, Patrick O'Clock (aka Patrick Hambrecht), Jasper McVain, Daisy Miller, Li'l Sweetie, and Countessa Cinorre, as well as celebrity guest stars Thurston Moore, Courtney Love and Tiny Tim.