Paris-based production outfit Tessalit has joined forces with Wild Bunch and Cohen Media Group on Rachid Bouchareb’s documentary feature on the legendary French mime and actor Marcel Marceau.
Widely known as “Bip the Clown,” his chalk-faced stage persona, Marceau had a fascinating life. He performed around the world for over 60 years, was friends with Michael Jackson, even reportedly inspired Jackson’s famous moonwalk dance moves. Born into a Jewish family, Marceau escaped deportation during WWII but lost his father in Auschwitz and became a French Resistance hero.
The new documentary from Barbara Walters called “Michael Jackson: Man in the Mirror”. Including interviews with TJ Jackson and Tito Jackson
Here the full documentary:
Harry Benson has seen it all. The Scottish photographer, who bootstrapped his way up from Fleet Street tabloids to glossy megamagazines in New York, has made some of the most iconic images of the last half-century. He captured the Berlin Wall going up in 1961 and being torn down 28 years later. He photographed the Beatles’ American television debut on Ed Sullivan in 1964, and he snagged a jailhouse session with John Lennon assassin Mark David Chapman in 1986. He shot Donald Trump perched on a gold bed with Ivana in 1987, holding $1 million in the money room at the Trump Taj Mahal in 1990, and, in July 2016, in the midst of his White House run.
Life of an Icon by David Gest will be aired on November 3 at 10.20pm on the Belgium Channel Q2.
This will give the Belgium fans to watch again the documentary featuring many of the Jackson’s family and unseen footage from the Jackson 5 to June 25, 2009.