Moonage Daydream doesn't give audiences a Bowie 101 course but rather a representative experience worthy of the man who captivated us all for 50+ years.
Five decades in the making, Beatle's doc Get Back is the result of Peter Jackson wrestling with 60 hours of film and 150 hours of audio.
Celebrating the release of Todd Haynes's new kaleidoscopic documentary on the band, That Shelf takes a look back at the violent beauty that is The Velvet Underground.
With dozens of featured acts to explore, rediscover, and fall in love with, here's a primer on the artists featured in "the best film of the year," Questlove's bold, brilliant “Summer of Soul.”
I’m Wanita has it all: heartbreak, great music, and that unquenchable desire to chase your dreams no matter the cost.
Director Julien Temple takes a deep-dive into the complicated history of The Pogues' vocalist.
A deep dive into the stellar Sundance documentary Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised), capturing a major music moment too long overlooked.
Who is Matthew Heineman’s sleek and intimate documentary about Colombian superstar J. Balvin for?