Apple and Imagine Documentaries are working with the full support of the Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation.
Alison Ellwood’s “The Go-Go’s” will air on Showtime beginning 1 August. The band, meanwhile, have cancelled their summer tour dates in light of COVID-19.
The Chicago Bulls docuseries scores big when it comes to nostalgia, thanks to an effective dose of old-school hip-hop.
“Meet The Buckleys” follows the young Australian trio of siblings from their early days of busking to becoming chart-topping artists.
The award-winning film features footage and interviews from The Charlatans, Elbow, Doves and many more.
The trio’s new concert film documents the brothers' triumphant return to the stage for their “Happiness Begins” tour.
Adapted from their revelatory book and touring stage show, ‘Beastie Boys Story’ captures one of the most unlikely success stories in music history.
The YouTube Originals documentary chronicles the iconic California festival and its legendary performances.
‘Herb Alpert Is…’ features Questlove, Sting, Quincy Jones and a host of other influential artists and producers discussing the legacy and continued philanthropic work of the cultural icon.
A new PJ Harvey documentary, ‘A Dog Called Money’, that delves into the inspiration behind her 2016 album ‘The Hope Six Demolition Project’ will premiere on 18 March at the Film Forum...
The first episode of Justin Bieber’s 10-part documentary ‘Seasons’ premiered today on Youtube that sees the pop star getting candid about his life.
“I owe Beastie Boys a lot, so it was a real privilege to get to reunite with them and help them tell their story.”
Going back to the festival’s early origins, the documentary features never-before-seen footage, interviews, and features key performances from some of the biggest names in music.
Netflix’s upcoming Taylor Swift documentary ‘Miss Americana’, will officially premiere at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, Variety reports.
Amazon Studios have announced a forthcoming Mary J Blige documentary, directed by Vanessa Roth and executive produced by Blige and Sean Combs.
Master storyteller and American documentarian Ken Burns is helming a new docu-series about country music coming to PBS this September.