By 1975, Bob Dylan was no longer the up-and-coming folk singer — he was an American icon and A-list recording artist. To capture the early days of his career and give his fans a more intimate experience, Dylan launched the Rolling Thunder Revue tour. Playing small venues, it was a disaster — and thoroughly documented in sound, film, and print. Martin Scorsese uses interviews and archival footage to tell the story of that infamous tour from the perspective of the people that were there.
Released in 1989, the Nintendo Game Boy brought mobile gaming to the masses. With its green dot-matrix display and familiar NES-like controls, the Game Boy was another hit for Nintendo. Odd Tinkering restored a first-generation Game Boy back to like-new condition, bring back a lot of fun and nostalgia.
On May 31, 1994, the Beastie Boys released Ill Communication. The band and Amazon Music celebrate the 25th anniversary of the iconic album with a 15-minute documentary. Featuring interviews with surviving members Mike D and Ad-Rock along with archival footage, the short film takes a look back at the creation of the album and its legendary single "Sabotage," as well as earlier releases like Check Your Head and Paul's Boutique.
Dieter Zetsche spent the last 13 years as Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and CEO of Mercedes Benz. On May 22, 2019, Zetsche turned in his badge and retired, now free to enjoy life as he sees fit — behind the wheel of a BMW i8 roadster. In this tribute to the former CEO of their in-country rival, BMW thanks Zetsche for over a decade of inspiring competition between the two famous marques.