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  • Bowie: The Man Who Changed The World
    Only true legends of rock music are known by one word. As with ‘Elvis’ everyone knows the name of the most creative and influential rock artist of all time: BOWIE. Bowie was in a state of permanent revolution, constantly re-inventing his persona and sound. He defied any label that the music industry tried to place on him. From Thin White Duke to soulful rocker; music, art, fashion and sexuality were Bowie’s playthings - he was truly an artistic chameleon.
    STARRING: New interviews shot in HD with Bowie’s collaborators and friends (Suzie Ronson, Laurence Myers, Mick Rock, ‘Whistpering’ Bob Harris, Kris Needs, Dana Gillespie), and archive interviews with the great man himself.
    DIRECTED BY: Sonia Anderson
    PRODUCED BY: Alan Byron
  • Hired Gun
    They are the “First Call, A-list” musicians, just 20 feet from stardom, yet rarely receive credit for their work. The ’hired gun’ community lives and breathes music, and for the first time, share their incredible stories detailing the highs and lows of touring life, the demands of session schedules, and the dedication required to play next to some of the world’s most iconic musicians.(Osbourne), Justin Derrico, Mark Schulman (P!NK), Jason Newsted (Metallica), Eric Singer (KISS), John 5 (Rob Zombie), Glen Sobel, Nita Strauss (Alice Cooper), Steve Lukather (M. Jackson, Toto), Paul Bushnell (Katy Perry), Jay Graydon (Steely Dan), Derek St. Holmes (Ted Nugent), Chris Johnson (Rihanna), and more!
    STARRING: Alice Cooper, Liberty DeVitto (Billy Joel), David Foster, Ray Parker Jr. (Ghostbusters), Jason Hook (FFDP), Steve Vai, David Foster, Phil X (Bon Jovi), Rudy Sarzo (Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne), Jay Graydon (Steely Dan), Rob Zombie, Kenny Aronoff (John Mellencamp), Steve Lukather (Toto, Michael Jackson), Justin Derrico and Eva Gardner (P!nk), John 5 (Rob Zombie), Eric Singer (KISS), Derek St. Holmes (Ted Nugent), Paul Bushnell (Katy Perry), Jason Newsted (Metallica), Glen Sobel and Nita Strauss (Alice Cooper), Chris Johnson (Rhianna) and many More!
    DIRECTED BY: Fran Strine
    PRODUCED BY: Fran Strine, Jason Hook, Tim Calandrello, Todd Poulson
  • 27: Gone Too Soon
    "The 27 club" has been repeatedly cited in Rock-and-Roll history as the Loch Ness Monster of Music. For these talented musicians, it’s a lifestyle that once you get in, it gives you what you want and freezes you in time when you’re on top.
    STARRING: Jim Morrison, Brian Jones, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse
    DIRECTED BY: Simon Napier-Bell
    PRODUCED BY: SEIS Capital Limited
  • David Bowie: Ziggy Stardust
    1972 was the year when Bowie finally broke into the mainstream, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders from Mars was the album that did it. This is the definitive independent review featuring rare interviews with Bowie and the people around him along with classic performances of material from the album. Also featured are in-depth interviews with Trevor Bolder and Woody Woodmansey. Also included, rare archive interviews with Mick Ronson and of course the forthright views of Angie Bowie. These were the musicians and insiders who took part in the making of the album and their uncensored interviews produce a candid, honest and frank retrospective on a modern masterpiece. Featuring highlights from: • Queen Bitch • Oh You Pretty Things • Five Years • Starman • Space Oddity • Suffragette City • Hang On To Yourself • Ziggy Stardust
    STARRING: David Bowie, Trevor Bolder, Woody Woodmansey, Mick Ronson, Angie Bowie
    DIRECTED BY: Bob Carruthers
    PRODUCED BY: Archive Media Publishing, Ltd., Bob Carruthers
  • Drake: Rewriting the Rules
    Discover the untold story of how Drake rewrote the rules and rose from a child actor to become a cultural phenomenon and global musical icon. He is the king of pop and hip hop, combining many musical styles into one mainstream sound.
    STARRING: Drake, Jayson Rodriguez, Jason King, Joe Levy, Kathy Iondolli, Frannie Kelly, Bonsu Thompson
    DIRECTED BY: Ray Louis
    PRODUCED BY: Elio Espana, Tom O'Dell
  • Days of Rage: The Rolling Stones' Road to Altamont
    The decade that began with peace and love was shattered in the late 1960s amidst riots, assassinations and a war that wouldn’t end. The Rolling Stones became the voice of this new era, which came to a horrific end at the Altamont festival.
    STARRING: Sam Cutler (Stones’ tour manager), Ronnie Schneider (tour producer), Gered Mankowitz (Stones’ photographer), Michael Lydon (Altamont reporter), Joel Selvin (author), Charles Kaiser (author), Mark Paytress (author), Anthony DeCurtis (Rolling Stones Magazine contributing editor), Keith Altham Stones’ publicist), Peter Richardson (author)
    DIRECTED BY: Elio Espana
    PRODUCED BY: Elio Espana, Tom O'Dell
    
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