Ask a Neil Young fan to describe the keys to understanding his music, and one is likely to hear about his songwriting brilliance, his electric guitar heroics, his incisive views on the victories and…
Los Angeles TV viewers will be treated to a rare sight on Saturday -- an original primetime docu produced by a local broadcast station. And it's a groovy topic, too.
Stephen E. Fleischman, a documentary writer, producer and director for CBS News and ABC News who was married 63 years to film editor Dede Allen, died Sunday of natural causes at Lenox Hill Hospital…
"Wretches & Jabberers'" ability to mix humor and emotion is the strong suit of this upbeat, music-saturated docu.
In the ongoing renaissance of innovative music scoring for documentaries, composer-songwriter J. Ralph, who scored such recent docs as "The Cove" and "Man on Wire" and made song contributions to…
A mostly hollow, high-energy riff on the insecurities of young love.
Marvin Isley, bassist for the Isley Bros. during their hit-making funk resurgence of the '70s, died June 6 in Chicago. He was 56, and had suffered from diabetes since the late '90s.
Eloquently attesting to the transformative power of theater, "Autism: The Musical," an upbeat docu about putting on a musical for, with and by autistic children, proves as riveting as it is…
Though he turns 83 in June, Les Paul still has the compulsion to perform, whether at his regular Monday-night gig at the Iridium club in New York City or in a rare West Coast appearance as part of…
Filmed in Tampa, Fla., by New World Entertainment, MT2 Services Inc. and Longfeather Entertainment. Executive producer, Pamela K. Long; co-executive producer, Sam Egan; producers, John Perria Flynn…