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Sons of the Wind

Directed by Bruno Le Jean

Director Bruno Le Jean set out to make a musical documentary about “gypsy jazz,” but ended up with a unique

We Are Twisted F***ing Sister!

Directed by Andrew Horn

When Twisted Sister got their big break in 1983, they became one of the biggest glam rock bands of the

Lee Scratch Perry: Visions of Paradise

Directed by Volker Schander

A visionary record producer and pioneer in both reggae and dub music, Lee Scratch Perry’s life has been an ongoing

Bill Evans, Time Remembered

Directed by Bruce Spiegel

In the pantheon of great jazz pianists, few remain as influential as Bill Evans. His arrival in the late 1950s

Korla

Directed by John Turner

With his sparking jeweled turban, organist Korla Pandit (1921-1998) was an alluring enigma, television pioneer, and the godfather of exotica

Theory of Obscurity: A Film About the Residents

Directed by Don Hardy

The avant-garde music and multimedia collective known as The Residents has never revealed the identity of its members, who always

The Amazing Nina Simone

Directed by Jeff Lieberman

Nina Simone (1933-2003) defied labels—musical, sexual, or political—and today enjoys a popularity and recognition never realized in her lifetime. Lieberman’s

Concerto: A Beethoven Journey

Directed by Phil Grabsky

Over the course of four years, director Phil Grabsky followed celebrated Norwegian concert pianist Leif Ove Andsnes’ attempt to understand

Roxy: The Movie

Directed by Frank Zappa

Filmed over three nights in December 1973 at the Roxy Theatre in Hollywood, Roxy: The Movie perfectly encapsulates the qualities

The Big Beat: Fats Domino and the Birth of Rock and Roll

Directed by Joe Lauro

From New Orleans to Blueberry Hill, the teaming of Antoine “Fats” Domino Jr. and Dave Bartholomew is remembered as a