For the first time in his life, Timor, an opera singer, decides to confront his mother. Together with his voice teacher, he puts on the show of his dreams.
White Riot: London
London, 1977. A subversive fanzine uses the spirit of punk to unite whites and blacks against the rising tide of violence and racism.
Arash and Anoosh, two Iranian DJs, make electronic music under constant threat of violence and arrest. An unexpected opportunity to realize their dreams forces them to make difficult choices. Will they have the courage to break free?
Provocative Slovenian rock group Laibach was chosen by Kim Jong-Un to be the first foreign act to play in North Korea—all thanks to the film’s director, and his influence in the world’s most cloistered country.
On the Road
As Wolf Alice tour Ireland and the UK, Michael Winterbottom follows the band, road crew, and fans, in a story of passion, creativity and music that transcends the separation of documentary and fiction.
Whitney: Can I Be Me
“Can I be me?” was a common refrain from Whitney Houston. Utilizing interviews with her and her friends, and previously unseen performance footage, this film charts the course that led to her death at 48.
At 70, Iggy Pop is still just as charismatic, and also surprisingly funny. He stars in this story of his band, the mythical Stooges, replete with rock legends, fans, and lots of great music.
The story of cultural icon Boaz Sharabi, Israel’s greatest soul singer. The life of a creative giant in constant conflict between the love of the public and his loneliness and desire to grow up.
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years
At the height of Beatlemania, the Fab Four needed lots of mental fortitude (and humor) in order to stay sane. This music-filled film accompanies them before, during, and after their hysterical concerts.
“Oasis was like a Ferrari: Great to look at, but it will f***ing spin out of control every now and again.” An intimate look at the band that defined ‘90s britpop.