Friday, February 10, 2012

Music documentaries

  • LOS ANGELES — Michael Rapaport clearly loves music. Its evident in every moment of his documentary, Beats, Rhymes Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest, the actors directing debut about the influential hip-hop group.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • On music fans list of bands that shoulda been bigger than The Story of Fishbone. The documentary, by Chris Metzler and Lev Anderson, traces an oft-told tale.
  • (The News & Observer)
  • Lou Harrison: A World of Music is a new feature documentary released by Eva Soltes Performance Media Arts (and direction by Soltes), which profiles both the artistic courage and the personal struggles of one of the Bay Area's most important composers.
  • (Examiner)
  • There will be live music, the latest fashion trends, as well as treats and prizes. Visit
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  • Daryl is a documentary and narrative filmmaker Shes invented board games and toys, keeps bees, rescues stray animals, and loves music, hot springs, wild things and wilderness.
  • (Yahoo Finance)
  • He said the film is 90 percent done and needs additional music, special effects to bring historic photographs to life and perhaps additional on-film interviews.
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  • PARK CITY, Utah: Two documentaries that cast eyes back to South African apartheid and speak to music's healing power have shared the spotlight at the Sundance Film Festival this week among a wide selection of movies about songs, singers and musicians .
  • (Lebanon Daily Star)
  • Documentary filmmaker Gita Desai's latest project titled "Raga Unveiled," engages audience members into the roots of Indian classical music – an experience that is historical, spiritual and educational.
  • (Digital Collegian)
  • $7.50; $6.50 students, seniors. Michigan hosts music movies Mondays: The Anatomy of Vince Guaraldi, a revealing portrait of the jazz composer, plays Monday at the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor.
  • (Detroit Free Press)

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