A passion for authenticity characterized this mesmerizing program from beginning to end.
Finding independent films that may or may not receive wider distribution, as well as talking to filmmakers anxious to answer questions about their work, are great reasons to travel to the Provincetown Film Festival.
Echo in the Canyon is a sublimely moving documentary celebration of a nonpareil moment when, a half century ago, the Southern California scene boasted giants of music.
It’s worth pointing out that Martin Scorsese’s documentaries, especially his music-based ones, can be as powerful as his fictional work.
Avoiding pat formulas and enlisting unexpected aides de camp are probably the only ways that Bob Weir and his fellow founding Grateful Dead mates can avoid turning into a stale nostalgia act.
2019 is the 60th anniversary of the formation of the Double Six of Paris, so it is a good time to shine a spotlight on the group’s spectacular work.
Rather than focusing on Mexicans in the United States, historian Carrie Gibson posits an expansive transnational history.
Expert performers and taut direction make this Cloud 9 a natural high.
This set of discs will be a delight for any fan of advanced (and incredibly sustained) creativity in music.
These records are filled with music from some of the most intriguing and, indeed, sought after, jazz musicians playing today.