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  Feel Like Going HomeThe Soul of a ManPiano BluesRed, White and BluesGodfathers and SonsThe Road to MemphisWarming by the Devil's Fire  

The seven filmmakers behind The Blues are Martin Scorsese (Mean Streets, Raging Bull, Gangs of New York); Wim Wenders (Buena Vista Social Club, Wings of Desire, Paris, Texas); Clint Eastwood (Bird, Unforgiven, Mystic River); Mike Figgis (Stormy Monday, Leaving Las Vegas, Cold Creek Manor); Marc Levin (Slam, Whiteboys, Brooklyn Babylon); Richard Pearce (The Long Walk Home, Leap of Faith, A Family Thing); and Charles Burnett (Killer of Sheep, My Brother's Wedding, To Sleep with Anger). The result of these filmmakers’ unique yet collaborative visions of the blues is artistically and musically electrifying.

Musically, the films offer dedicated blues followers some outstanding archival footage, while giving music fans everywhere the opportunity to experience the real essence of the blues legacy. The combined talents of the directors Scorsese recruited for The Blues, including his own, offer a collaborative cinematic event of the kind rarely made accessible to the public. The Blues was launched to critical and popular acclaim in America in 2003, as a high-profile multi-media project that included screenings at the Sundance Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival. This success was duplicated in Australia with unamimous critical plaudits.

The Blues DVDs will be released on these dates in 2005:

- The Soul of a Man (Wim Wenders) Feb 23 2005
- Feel Like Going Home (Martin Scorsese) Feb 23 2005
- Piano Blues (Clint Eastwood) March 16 2005
- Red, White and Blues (Mike Figgis) March 16 2005
- Godfathers and Sons (Marc Levin) April 13 2005
- The Road to Memphis (Richaerd Pearce) April 13 2005
- Warming by the Devil's Fire (Charles Burnett) April 13 2005
- Deluxe BLUES BOXSET (7 DISC) DVD 1/07/2005