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How Sweet the Sound–The Blind Boys of Alabama

Directed by Leslie McCleave

Gospel greats The Blind Boys of Alabama have an amazing career—since meeting at a Talladega institute for the blind in

Bang! The Bert Berns Story

Directed by Bob Sarles

Though he died at age 37, Bert Berns managed to become one of the most important songwriters of the 1960s.

The Devil’s Horn

Directed by Larry Weinstein

From Adolphe Sax’s workshop of the 1840s to the legendary era of jazz and bebop, the saxophone was forbidden (even

Contemporary Color

Directed by Bill Ross, Turner Ross

Only David Byrne could mastermind this surprising fusion of pop music and swirling pop ceremony. Byrne is joined on stage

The Rolling Stones Olé Olé Olé! A Trip Across Latin America

Directed by Paul Dugdale

In early 2016 the Rolling Stones toured South and Central America, performing sold-out shows in Mexico City, Lima, Buenos Aires,

Cocksucker Blues

Directed by Robert Frank, Danny Seymour

In 1972, famed photographer (The Americans) and filmmaker Robert Frank followed the Rolling Stones on their first North American tour

Bayou Maharajah

Directed by Lily Keber

The Ivory Emperor, the Black Liberace, Lil Booker, Little Chopin in Living Color...James Carroll Booker III. BAYOU MAHARAJAH explores the

Mistaken for Strangers

Directed by Tom Berninger

About to take off on their “High Violet” world tour, The National front man Matt Berninger decides to hire his

Finding the Funk

Directed by Nelson George

FINDING THE FUNK is a road trip in search of the past, present, and future of funk music. Starting with

Born in Chicago

Directed by John Anderson

BORN IN CHICAGO chronicles a uniquely musical passing of the torch as it tells two interlocking stories. First, how white,

Approximately Nels Cline

Directed by Steven Okazaki

Best known as the lead guitarist of Wilco and one of the most adventurous musicians on earth, Nels Cline is

Lisztomania

Directed by Ken Russell

In his flamboyant, anachronistic style, Russell transposes the excesses of 1970s superstardom onto Franz Liszt (played by Roger Daltrey), while