Hal Tulchin, Who Documented a ‘Black Woodstock,’ Dies at 90

Mr. Tulchin shot an estimated 40 hours of footage of a landmark Harlem event in 1969, most of which the public has never seen.

Murray Lerner, Who Filmed Music’s Biggest Stars, Dies at 90

Mr. Lerner’s documentaries about the Newport Folk Festival and the Isle of Wight Festival captured performances by Bob Dylan, the Who and more.

Sunday Routine: How ASAP Ferg, Rapper, Spends His Sundays

When he’s not on the road, the rapper and fashion designer likes to stroll through Harlem, where he grew up and still lives.

An Encore for the Native Americans Who Shook Up Rock ’n’ Roll

The new documentary “Rumble” brings to light often overlooked contributions, starting with the guitarist who invented the power chord.

Review: ‘I Am the Blues’ Visits the Music’s Home Turf

Daniel Cross’s film spends time with Delta bluesmen, many in their 80s, still living and playing in the small towns of Louisiana and Mississippi.

Review: ‘Mali Blues,’ Making Music in the Face of Jihadists

This documentary takes up where the fictional ‘Timbuktu’ left off, focusing on the urgency of four major Malian musicians.

Review: ‘Buena Vista Social Club: Adios,’ Analytical but Still Loving

This vital, informative companion piece to Wim Wenders’s 1999 documentary chronicles the late-life careers, and deaths, of the “Buena Vista” stars.

Grateful Dead Documentary: A Four-Hour Jam on Jerry Garcia’s World

Amir Bar-Lev’s “Long Strange Trip” strives to evoke the band’s spirit while making a fresh argument about its place in American culture.