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Beautiful Noise

Directed by Eric Green

"Although it's one of the most radical and influential movements in contemporary music, having given birth to some of the

Johnny Winter: Down & Dirty

Directed by Greg Olliver

Director Greg Olliver spent two years following Johnny Winter to France, Japan and beyond to create this intimate, aptly named

Harlem Street Singer: The Guitar Gospel of Reverend Gary Davis

Directed by Simeon Hutner

One of the truly great American ragtime, blues and gospel musicians, Reverend Gary Davis’ (1896-1972) unique style and virtuoso skill

Lady be Good: Instrumental Women in Jazz

Directed by Kay Ray

The International Sweethearts of Rhythm. The Syncoettes. Carol Kaye. The substantial contributions of woman to jazz music have been largely

The Ballad of Shovels and Rope

Directed by Jace Freeman

When filming started, Cary Ann Hearst was waiting tables and Michael Trent was working as a studio artist while the

Stop Making Sense

Directed by Jonathan Demme

Thirty years after its release, Demme’s extraordinary Talking Heads concert movie, filmed over the course of three days at Hollywood’s

Strictly Sacred: The Story of Girl Trouble

Directed by Isaac Olsen

Tacoma garage rock band Girl Trouble has always traveled on their own unique and idiosyncratic musical path. For over 30

Razing the Bar

Directed by Ryan Worsley

Loud, messy, and often outrageous, The Funhouse was one of Seattle’s landmark punk rock venues. From 2003 to 2012, the

The Byrd Who Flew Alone: The Triumphs and Tragedy of Gene Clark

Directed by Paul Kendall, Jack Kendall

Bob Dylan described Missouri-born country boy Gene Clark as one of the three best songwriters in the world. The original

Velvet Goldmine

Directed by Todd Haynes

“This witty, evocative re-creation of the heady days of glam rock is loosely structured on the lines of a Citizen

20,000 Days on Earth

Directed by Ian Forsyth, Jane Pollard

An inventive ode to creativity, 20,000 Days on Earth fuses drama and reality by weaving the journey of a fictional

The Case of the Three-Sided Dream

Directed by Adam Kahan

Rahsaan Roland Kirk (1935-1977) was more than a blind musician who could play three horns at once, more than one