Apple and Imagine Documentaries are working with the full support of the Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation.
‘Salt-N-Pepa’ details the journey of Queensborough Community College students Cheryl ‘Salt’ James and Sandra ‘Pepa’ Denton as they enter the world of rap and hip hop.
The film directed by RJ Cutler arrives on Apple TV+ in February 2021.
Abramorama will host the North American streaming premiere on Dec 7, along with a special taped introduction by the film’s director Seamus Murphy.
Six years in the making, the new ‘ZAPPA’ documentary goes behind the music for the first time to reveal who Frank Zappa really was and his remarkable life.
‘There were so many people who were so mean. I would shake it off and act like it didn’t bother me, but that stuff bothered me.’
A variety of new and archival interviews with friends, family members, and collaborators will also help paint a full picture of Frank Zappa’s life.
The R.J. Cutler directed documentary will be released in February 2021.
The documentary, ‘The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart,’ was directed by acclaimed filmmaker Frank Marshall.
A biopic of superstar pianist Lang Lang, based on his acclaimed memoir 'Journey of a Thousand Miles', will be directed by Ron Howard.
‘A Stirling Performance’ documents R.E.M.’s historic Scottish shows, capturing interviews with locals, fans, and the band.
Airing in 2021, ‘Girl Powered: The Spice Girls’ will mark the 25th anniversary of the pop group’s debut hit single, ‘Wannabe.’
The Showtime film will span the legendary artist’s enduring and wide-ranging career.
The storied DJ and producer will spin over three decades of iconic tracks from the likes of JAY-Z, YG and Public Enemy on Friday.
Watch BBC One's documentary of the exceptionally gifted musical family the Kanneh-Masons during lockdown on Sunday 12 July.
The watch party will take place on Friday, 15 May at 4:00 pm PST and fans can follow along with the hashtag #stayhomesweethome.