After the band Sparks’ two previous failed attempts to make a musical film, first with Italian slapstick actor Jacques Tati, then with…
Under the Volcano features interviews with some of the world’s top music artists about their experience recording at the legendary AIR Studios Montserrat.
Your favourite fuzzy singing creatures are back in the musical sequel film Sing 2, and it looks like a lot of fun.
Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard star in the trippy new musical film, Annette, from acclaimed director Leos Carax and written by the Sparks brothers.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony-winning stage play, In the Heights, is adapted to the big screen to bring that summer blockbuster feeling. Unfortunately, charm, glitz, and glamour are not enough to lighten up this much anticipated musical.
The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, is the subject of the new biographical film Respect starring Jennifer Hudson in the lead role.
London’s National Theatre delivers an original film for television, a glossed and stylised theatrical adaptation of Shakespeare’s masterpiece, Romeo & Juliet.
Steven Spielberg is adapting the new film version of the iconic musical West Side Story, and the first teaser trailer is here!
The final years of Billie Holiday’s life, her struggles to maintain her prolific image and the hardships of being a person of colour during the prohibition era are poorly represented in the lacklustre biopic, The United States vs. Billie Holiday.
The pandemic has affected every one of us, including the pop phenomenon Charli XCX, whose documentary, Alone Together, was made in isolation.
Baby Driver (2017) director Edgar Wright makes his documentary debut with The Sparks Brothers, focusing on the American pop-rock band, Sparks.
With live performances returning to some areas of the world recovering from the pandemic, David Byrne shows us what we were missing with American Utopia, directed by veteran filmmaker Spike Lee.
Superstar singer/songwriter Sia makes her directorial debut with Music, a musical-drama film with powerful themes that features a disjointed narrative, making it hard for the audience to connect with its characters.
Acclaimed director Peter Jackson shares a sneak peek into his upcoming documentary, The Beatles: Get Back, about the band that needs no introduction.
Sia makes a transition into film directing with the new musical drama Music, and there’s a lot of original music in it to please her fans.