Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation
How did a hurriedly organized music festival become the symbol of a revolution and change the lives of millions? Fifty years later, it is time to step behind the scenes and meet the organizers and concertgoers who made Woodstock into a force of inspiration.
Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records
When the Jamaican immigrants came, Britain did anything but welcome them with open arms, but they found their place in it nonetheless, with the help of Ska and Reggae. Music label Trojan Records was their instrument of change, and with it, they brought about a cultural revolution that swept through the British mainstream.
Suede: The Insatiable Ones
The intoxicating mix of brutal honesty, sexuality, darkness, and self-deprecating humor that makes up Suede's iconic songs is still here. Brett Anderson and his fellow band members reveal everything to the sound of rare recordings of one of the most original and intelligent Britpop bands in history.
Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love
Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love is a beautiful yet tragic love story between Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian muse Marianne Ihlen. Their love began on the idyllic Greek island of Hydra in 1960 as part of a bohemian community of foreign artists, writers, and musicians. The film follows their relationship from the early days on Hydra, a humble time of ‘free love’ and open marriage, to how their love evolved when Leonard became a successful musician.
Mystify: Michael Hutchence
The most charismatic Aussie rock star in history, lead singer of INXS Michael Hutchence, was only 38 when he died. His friends and lovers tell his turbulent life story, intercut with rare footage of his performances and previously unheard recordings.
Gabi Abudraham, a dreamy young man from Beit She'an with an obsession for Elvis and virtuoso musical abilities, creates an eccentric character named Charlie Megira and sets out on a rocky musical journey to conquer the world.
Aretha Franklin recorded her album Amazing Grace in just two days. Sydney Pollack documented the live recording, but his film had waited 46 years for its premiere. Now, the wait is over. Mesmerizing and verging on the ecstatic, Franklin is everything you might expect of the greatest gospel singer of all time.
David Crosby: Remember My Name
David Crosby’s exciting comeback was a surprise to no one but himself. The man who stood on stage with Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, and many others goes on tour again at 77. The story of his life is also the story of a tumultuous time in US history, both musically and politically.
John & Yoko: Above Us Only Sky
The process behind Lennon’s iconic album Imagine was long and complex. In this never-before-screened footage, John and Yoko can be seen up-close—two dreamers, deep in the harmony of creative collaboration. They are romantic, funny, political, and exceptionally talented.