Documentary, Music: Ariana Grande takes the stage in London for her Sweetener World Tour and shares a behind-the-scenes look at her life in rehearsal and on the road.
Biography, History, Music: The story of the iconic trio and the triumphs and hurdles of their career, with insight from many musicians including oldest brother Barry.
Music, Shows & Events, Talk show: The Undefeated Presents: Hamilton In-Depth is a roundtable discussion with Tony winners Lin Manuel Miranda, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Leslie Odom Jr., and Daveed Diggs, plus Phillipa Soo, Christopher Jackson, Okieriete Onaodowan, Anthony Ramos, Jasmine Cephas Jones, and director Thomas Kail. This show covers everything from each actor’s introduction to the record-breaking musical to the timeless relevance of its message. Hosted by The Undefeated’s Kelley Carter, this special was done in promotion of Hamilton. Be sure to watch Hamilton on Disney+.
Documentary, Music: Taylor Swift performs every song from her best-selling album, “folklore,” in a truly intimate concert experience. Accompanied by her co-producers, Aaron Dessner (The National) and Jack Antonoff (Bleachers), along with a guest appearance by Justin Vernon (Bon Iver), Taylor filmed the event at the historic Long Pond Studios in upstate New York, a setting that evokes the nostalgic, wistful nature of the album. In between live performances, she and her collaborators discuss the creation and meaning behind each song, and also share the challenges and joys of remotely producing this acclaimed and record-setting collection.
Biography, Documentary, Music: A tribute to The E Street Band, rock ‘n’ roll, and the way music has shaped Bruce Springsteen’s life, this documentary captures Bruce reflecting on love and loss while recording with his full band live in the studio for the first time since Born in the U.S.A.
Biography, Documentary, Music: When four unique voices and backgrounds converged, BLACKPINK was born. Together, they're leading a global pop revolution.
Documentary, Music: Concert and behind-the-scenes footage capture life on tour for Uruguayan sensation Natalia Oreiro as she performs for packed crowds throughout Russia.
Documentary, Music, Shows & Events: They're fighting violence, injustice and discrimination with solidarity, inclusion, art — and with music that spans continents.
Documentary, Music: Spike Lee documents the former Talking Heads frontman's brilliant, timely 2019 Broadway show, based on his recent album and tour of the same name. Deeply thoughtful and wildly exuberant, David Byrne's theatrical concert American Utopia lit up Broadway last year with Byrne's trademark mix of rhythm and ideas. Working with a vibrant new band and dancers, the former Talking Heads frontman turned his music into an antidote to America's current divisions. Spike Lee's latest joint brings all this joyous stagecraft to the screen in a vital call to connect with one another, to protest injustice, and, above all, to celebrate life. The cerebral first song, "Here," from Byrne's 2018 American Utopia album, opens in a mood of cool reflection, but that soon builds as Byrne is joined on stage by vocalist-dancer Tendayi Kuumba and dancer-vocalist Chris Giarmo, with their uncanny mix of artful gesture and dance-floor funk. Then, on come nine more musicians, including percussion masters from the US, Brazil, France -- even Toronto's own Jacquelene Acevedo. "Most of us are immigrants," Byrne says at one point, "and we couldn't do it without them." They launch into "Everybody's Coming to My House." The classics are all here, too, but transformed -- the aching beauty of "This Must Be The Place"; "Once in a Lifetime" now a euphoric anthem. In a film of countless highlights, Byrne's cover of Janelle Monáe's "Hell You Talmbout" is a showstopper, with the band chanting out the names of Black Americans killed by police. Lee's powerful visuals bring it right up to the present. Calling on all of us to think, connect, engage, and dance, David Byrne's American Utopia unites the brain and the backside, which may be exactly what we need right now.
Music: From the historic Hollywood Bowl, “A Celebration of the Music from Coco” brings to life performances from the spectacular animated Disney-Pixar film. Backed by a 60-piece orchestra, this magical celebration of the Day of the Dead includes performances of the Academy Award®-winning Original Song “Remember Me” plus “Un Poco Loco,” “The World Es Mi Familia,” and “Proud Corazón,” as well as some fan favorites from the Latin-American soundtrack, like “La Bikina,” “Bésame Mucho,” and “Recuérdame”. Appearances by: Benjamin Bratt, Jaime Camil, Felipe Fernández del Paso, Alex Gonzalez, Sarah Hicks, Natalia Jiménez, Eva Longoria, Rudy Mancuso, Mariachi Divas, Luis Gerardo Méndez, Miguel, Carlos Rivera, Alanna Ubach, and featuring Lee Unkrich, Director of Disney-Pixar's “Coco.”
Documentary, Music: Britain, late-1970s. Punk is exploding. The country is deeply divided over immigration. The National Front, a far-right and fascist political party, is gaining strength as politicians like Enoch Powell push a xenophobic agenda. Outraged by a racist speech from Eric Clapton, music photographer Red Saunders writes a letter to the music press, calling for rock to be a force against racism. NME, Melody Maker, and Sounds all publish the letter. Flooded with responses, Red discovers many share his views. Teaming up with like-minded creatives Roger Huddle, Kate Webb, Syd Shelton and Australian graphic designer Ruth Gregory, the team bands together to create Rock Against Racism (RAR) and a fanzine, Temporary Hoarding. Speaking directly to the youth, Temporary Hoarding reports stories and issues that the mainstream British media ignores, like immigration, the Catholic side of the Northern Ireland conflict, and the police’s controversial “suspected persons” (sus) powers. They give a voice to the voiceless. The National Front begins to strike back, committing acts of violence against RAR supporters and petrol-bombing their HQ. Despite this, RAR spreads virally across the UK and into Europe, becoming a grassroots youth movement. The Clash, Steel Pulse, Tom Robinson and other top bands of the day jump on board. White Riot is a moment in time when music changed the world. When a generation challenged the status quo. It’s Woodstock meets the March on Washington, punk-style.
Documentary, History, Music: Secret parties. Diverse youth. Fast breakbeats. This is the story of how drum and bass thumped into the mainstream.
Music: His music. His life. His loves. An acclaimed actor reveals himself — and sings his heart out — to a sold-out house.
Biography, Celebrities & Gossip, Music: She’s gone from childhood dreams to the world’s biggest stages. Now Taylor Swift shares her intimate journey to stardom.