Thanks for all of your suggestions......I enjoy watching musicals or music oriented films...
I would like to pay a short review of these films discussed above...
1) The red violin is a real classic which features on a very special violin and it's maker, various players who take part in the journey of the violin featuring basically the European classical and Gypsy violinists. Great film, a must watch.
(I missed the Indian style of playing, in case the story traveled to India instead of China it would add more colours.. just a thought)
2) Le Concert,...... what a film.. fantastic, beautiful, inspiring... a must watch for all classical musicians. If you are passionate about your music but tired and frustrated of your musical failures, think you should stop now, depressed that no one will ever listen to your music... voilà.. here is what you need to watch.
(I'm biased because the movie features my favourite composer Tchaikovsky and the famous violin concerto in D)
3) Un cœur en hiver, a nice one again about a violinist played by the beautiful Emmanuelle Béart and A late Quartet, a film about four middle aged musicians struggling with their midlife crisis and the same time being passionate about their love of music.
4) The one I mentioned before Music of the heart, again a must watch if you are lacking in inspiration but don't want to give up so easily...... and here The Soloist is about a musician who struggles with his mental illness and the narrator of the story helps him unconditionally. This film reminds us that so many people are out there who feel for the music and the musicians.
5) Nicolo Paganini is an old film don't watch if you don't have interest about his life. The Piano teacher focuses very little on teaching piano but on everything else.
6) Same about Péril en la demeure, little or no focus about Classical guitar teaching but it works as a plot for a thriller. A nice film to watch but an absurd ending.
7) August Rush, a much hyped film anybody can guess from YouTube but the film-maker has some ridiculous idea about learning music and musical prodigy in that case. Nobody can play a guitar by just seeing it for the first time. Forget making complex tunes out of a guitar... playing guitar needs understanding of the relation between scales and chords...(not mentioning the calluses of the left hand fingertips) Nobody can learn notation and then start composing in 5 mins. Even Mozart had to study. The film also tries to create a bond between Classical music with pop/rock music which remains as unclear as the prodigy shown. But in spite of that the film is encouraging, inspiring and definitely a celebration of music.
I am about to experience Tous les matins du monde and many others...... Thanks for this treat friends... thanks for your experiences and suggestions..... I will try to find more... and let you all know.