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U.S. 2022. Documentary from Mat Whitecross. The history of the 60 years of the James Bond franchise from the perspective of music, from the soundtracks to the famous theme music and the songs it popularized.
U.S. 2022. Documentary from Brett Morgen.
Runtime: 140 min.
U.S. 2022. Music documentary from Eric Hamburg. The life and career of African-American bassist Darryl Jones, who replaced Bill Wyman in the Rolling Stones.
Runtime: 90 min.
U.S. 2022. Music documentary from Amanda Micheli.
Runtime: 95 min
G.-B. 2021. Music documentary from Peter Jackson. In January 1969, The Beatles composed and recorded 14 songs in the studio, which appeared on the albums “Let It Be” and “Abbey Road.”
U.S. 2021. Music documentary from Questlove . In the summer of 1969, the Harlem Cultural Festival in New York City brought together the biggest names in African-American music to promote Black pride and unity.
Runtime: 117 min.
U.S. 2020. Music documentary from Frank Marshall. The three Australian brothers of The Bee Gees wrote and performed several hits before achieving worldwide fame with the soundtrack of the movie “Saturday Night Fever.”
Runtime: 111 min.
U.S. 2018. Documentary from Alan Elliott, Sydney Pollack. In 1972, director Sydney Pollack films Aretha Franklin during the recording of the gospel album “Amazing Grace,” in front of an audience of a Baptist church in Los Angeles.
Runtime: 89 min.
U.S. 2016. Music documentary from Jim Jarmusch. Founded in the late 1960s in Michigan, Iggy Pop and The Stooges make a name for themselves with their decadent, wild, and provocative rock.
Runtime: 108 min.
G.-B. 2015. Music documentary from Asif Kapadia. The tragic fate of Amy Winehouse, British singer with a sublime voice, overcome by her alcohol addiction in July 2011.
Runtime: 127 min.
Can. 2005. Music documentary from Sam Dunn, Scot McFadyen. Broad panorama on the universe of heavy metal music.
Runtime: 96 min.
U.S. 2004. Music documentary from Bruce Sinofsky, Joe Berlinger. Documentary about the production of the album ""St. Anger"" of the rock group Metallica, pushed to the edge of implosion by many conflicts.
Runtime: 139 min.
All. 1999. Documentary from Wim Wenders. Cuban musicians from the 1930s became world famous after being rediscovered by an American guitarist.
Runtime: 106 min.
U.S. 1980. Documentary from Penelope Spheeris.
Runtime: 98 min.
U.S. 1970. Documentary from Michael Wadleigh. Presentation of the popular music festival held near Bethel, New York, in August 1969.
Runtime: 185 min.
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