Colin Hanks’s documentary follows the band that was playing at the Bataclan in Paris when terrorists struck in 2015.
Mr. Kamae was one of the most influential Hawaiian musicians of the second half of the 20th century, at once an innovator and a diligent steward of folkloric customs.
When a hip-hop star applied to buy a fast-food franchise in his old neighborhood, the company spotted an opportunity to connect with young consumers.
Jim Jarmusch’s reverent documentary on Iggy Pop, a provocateur, is prim: It includes no retrospective scenes of drug use or the bandmates’ fights.
This documentary looks at the rock group’s founding members, Liam and Noel Gallagher, through older footage and animated re-creations.
When Smith, an esteemed photojournalist, moved to the flower district in Manhattan in the 1950s, he started shooting and taping his neighbors for almost a decade.
Thousands of fans of the rap duo Insane Clown Posse have converged in Ohio for what one observer has called “a psycho-porn theme park.”