Documentaries

  • Nirvana: Classic Albums

    Few would have predicted that in 1991 Nirvana would be No 1 on the US Billboard album chart. Not only did Nevermind replace Michael Jackson at the top but it succeeded in doing what the Punk Rock movement had failed to achieve fourteen years earlier. Nevermind and the songs of Kurt Cobain changed...

  • Lenny Kravitz: Just Let Go

    Filmed in Paris, Prague, Łódź, Memphis, New Orleans and New York over the course of six months in 2014 and 2015, Just Let Go is the story about relationships between Lenny Kravitz and his band and why, despite him being a solo artist, these musicians are so vitally important to him both personall...

  • Pearl Jam: Let's Play Two

    Let’s Play Two is a documentary film that chronicles Pearl Jam’s legendary performances at Wrigley Field during the Chicago Cubs historic 2016 season. With Chicago being a hometown to Eddie Vedder, Pearl Jam has forged a relationship with the city, the Chicago Cubs and Wrigley Field that is unpar...

  • Tears For Fears: Classic Albums

    Tears For Fears produced one of the greatest albums from the new wave rock scene of the 1980s and with Songs from The Big Chair they defined the era. The Songs From the Big Chair album took the gothic synth-pop foundations of the band and combined them with arena-ready anthems leading to critical...

  • Metallica: Classic Albums

    A one-hour documentary about the making of the Metallica album entitled ‘Metallica’ but now referred to as ‘The Black Album’. The album that changed the headlines to capacity stadium fillers on a global scale. The album charted at Number 1 in the US Billboard charts upon its release, won the Gram...

  • The Police: Everyone Stares - The Police Inside Out

    Drummer Stewart Copeland narrates the rise of legendary rock band the Police using a decades-old archive of intimate, behind-the-scenes footage shot with his own movie camera. Over the course of a few brief years, Copeland, Sting and Andy Summers work hard, play hard and hold tight as their unusu...

  • Bruce Springsteen: Springsteen & I

    Springsteen & I is a unique feature music documentary celebrating a rock n’ roll icon. 40 years ago, Bruce Springsteen burst onto the rock scene and changed it forever. His music defined a generation, but behind the songs were remarkable stories about the fans who lived them. Now audiences everyw...

  • Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender

    Freddie Mercury was one of the most charismatic, complex and fascinating characters in British rock music. The story of Queen is a well known one but this new film focuses on Freddie Mercury and the solo projects he worked on outside of Queen.

    Using extensive archive footage of interviews with ...

  • Tom Petty: Classic Albums

    The third album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, released in 1979, has long been regarded as a classic – it demonstrates the musical and songwriting virtuosity of a great front man and his amazing backing band. A mix of rootsy American rock ‘n’ roll and the best of the British invasion, of jan...

  • Earth Wind and Fire: Shining Stars

    There is nowhere else you can go to see and hear the amazing stories and songs that form the history of Earth, Wind & Fire. The story is told by the people who created it, lived it and made it happen. Band members Maurice White, Verdine White, Philip Bailey as well as Eric Benet, Wyclef Jean and ...

  • Fleetwood Mac: Classic Albums

    Fleetwood Mac’s hugely successful “Rumours” was recorded in 1977, selling 15 million copies across the world and being christened Album of the Year at the 1978 Grammy Awards. But their success was not to be short-lived, the album remaining in the U.K. charts for a staggering 433 weeks and also sp...

  • Grateful Dead: Classic Albums

    When the Grateful Dead surfaced in San Francisco in the mid-1960s, with their psychedelic imagery and mass following of Dead Heads, they spearheaded a new and rebellious counterculture that joyfully rejected mainstream America.

    The Dead were an unlikely blend of talents, from the folk roots of J...

  • Led Zeppelin: Down The Tracks

    Led Zeppelin were, and after recent events prove, still are one of the biggest bands of all time. They are often cited, along with Black Sabbath and Deep Purple, as the Godfathers of Heavy Metal but there was more to Zeppelin than just heavy riffs.

    Led Zeppelin's first album serves as a bluepri...

  • Ozzy Osbourne: God Bless Ozzy Osbourne

    Ozzy Osbournes’ four-decade track record as a culturally relevant musical artist is unprecedented, but his personal struggles have been shrouded in myth and secrecy. In some ways, Ozzy’s fame has been predicated on his prodigious drug and alcohol intake, his musical accomplishments overshadowed b...

  • The Doobie Brothers: Let The Music Play

    From their start at the Chateau Liberte’ in Santa Cruz to playing at the largest venues around the world, The Doobie Brothers have established themselves as one of the most important bands in the history of rock-n-roll, selling over 40 million records and earning 24 Gold and Platinum awards. Over...

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd: Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd

    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Lynyrd Skynyrd travelled back to their hometown of Jacksonville, Florida, where they played their first two legendary albums Pronounced 'Lĕh-'nérd 'Skin-'nérd and Second Helping in their entirety plus iconic hits, live at the historic Florida Theatre.

    The incredib...

  • Snoop Dogg: Puff Puff Pass Tour

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    Hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg hits the road in typically outrageous fashion in this documentary, which chronicles the rapper's 29-city "Puff Puff Pass" tour of 2001. Snoop Dogg: Bigg Snoop Dogg's Puff Puff Pass Tour shows Snoop dropping his trademark rhymes for the sold-out crowds, as well as relaxin...