Jazz in movies.
Tags: film noir, Woody Allen, smoke-filled jazz clubs, documentaries, French nouvelle vague, west coast, New Orleans, a bottle of Chateau Margaux, espionage, jazz manouche, cafe conversations with Serge Gainsbourg, Parisian midnight, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall
You must remember this: a kiss is still a kiss, a sigh is just a sigh
Jimmy Smith documentary (1965)
A wonderful documentary about a majestic man who is ahead of his time. The cinematography was simple and the opening scene is already smooth and bad ass on its own.
Tromba Fredda, a short-film dir. by Enzo Nasso and starring Chet Baker
Swing of Change (2011)
An animated short-film about a racist barber and a black trumpeter in the 1930s, and shows how much music can make a difference.
Moonlight Serenade – James Stewart (The Glenn Miller Story)
Probably the most essential jazz track of the 1940s.
My Funny Valentine – Matt Damon & Jude Law (The Talented Mr. Ripley)
When I Fall in Love – Alec Newman & Amy Adams (Moonlight Serenade)
The best, most romantic and unpredictable movie scene duet i’ve ever seen.
Beyond the Sea – Kevin Spacey (Beyond the Sea)
Please Be Kind – Mildred Bailey
Los Altos, a short-film starring Annie Monroe and her photographer boyfriend, James Kelly
Alone Together, an animated short-film dir. Marc Esteban, Jordi Matosas & Oriol Rello, inspired by the song “Alone Together” composed by Arthur Schwarzs and performed by Chet Baker.
Une vie de Chat Soundtrack
Perfect for a night of espionage (or literature and bourbon at dawn).
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