Shot throughout Spain and Argentina, captures the rich sensuality of Falla’s music, in counterpoint to the near monastic austerity of his life.
“This is both a unique document and documentary about de Falla, the times he lived through and the influences that drove him.”
- Amazon Top 50 Reviewer
The true story behind the Oscar-winning film ARGO, told by an array of “witnesses” including Ken Taylor, Canada’s former ambassador to Iran, who hid six Americans in his official residence and obtained counterfeit documents that allowed them to make their dramatic escape from Tehran.
"Engaging… more entertaining than Argo’s fiction."
- The Globe and Mail
An intimate portrait of the remarkable Spanish composer, Rodrigo.
"A reaffirmation of the strength and beauty of the human spirit and the power of music to speak directly to our hearts. The artistry of the film is magnificent, its humanity inspiring."
- Prague Jury Citation for Grand Prize
A diverse assortment of Amadeophiles whose fascination with the legendary Austrian composer leads them to pursuits both creative and, sometimes, delusional.
“An exquisitely rendered documentary, delightfully exploring what fuels the Mozart obsession, this is perhaps the most avidly enjoyable of Toronto director Larry Weinstein's many films...juxtaposed and interwoven in an appropriately symphonic fashion to create an operetta of nuttiness
- EYE Weekly
The History and the Curse of the Saxophone
“Combined with Adolphe Sax’s too-bizarre-for-fiction-history, The Devil’s Horn is goddamn entertaining, while somehow underscoring the often tragic consequences that befalls anyone foolish enough to be seduced by the sax!****”