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The 78 Project Movie

Directed by Alex Steyermark

The 78 Project Movie is a road trip across America to make one-of-a-kind 78 rpm records with musicians in their hometowns

Nas: Time is Illmatic

Directed by One9

Multimedia artist One9’s follows the trajectory of Nas’ 1994 landmark debut album, Illmatic, one of the most important and revolutionary albums in

Charlie Haden: Rambling Boy

Directed by Reto Caduff

Music legends don’t come any more unassuming than Charlie Haden. Courtesy of Reto Caduff’s charming documentary, we discover that the

Heaven Adores You

Directed by Nickolas Rossi

When Portland singer/songwriter Elliott Smith died in 2003, it left a gaping hole in the indie rock community throughout the

The Globe as a Graph

Directed by Marcus Cotten

Cotten’s film/music essay examines the average day with the intervention of a little bit of imagination. Through melody, image, color,

Crescendo! The Power of Music

Directed by Jamie Bernstein

“El Sistema” was created 40 years ago in Venezuela to help foster social change by building youth orchestras among disadvantaged

American Hot Wax

Directed by Floyd Mutrux

“You get the idea that rock ‘n’ roll was born and all but killed off over one weekend in New

Hairspray

Directed by John Waters

Hairspray marked the moment when underground film’s most purposeful provocateur, John Waters, finally broke through to the mainstream--with his madcap,

True Stories

Directed by David Byrne

With its Talking Heads soundtrack and multiple instances where characters begin to sing, it’s easy to make the assumption that True

Big in Japan

Directed by John Jeffcoat

“Real-life Seattle rockers Phillip A. Peterson, David Drury, and Sean Lowry, known collectively as Tennis Pro, play reasonable facsimiles of

Monica Z

Directed by Per Fly

Winner of Guldbagge Awards for Best Direction, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor and Best Costume Design, Monica Z chronicles the

Always for Pleasure

Directed by Les Blank

The vibrancy of New Orleans’ cultural life in the late 1970s shines through in Blank’s characteristically freewheeling, fun, yet incisive