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  • Am I Black Enough for You

    Goran Olsson (The Black Power Mix-Tape 1967-1975) directed this 2009 documentary about Philadelphia R&B artist Billy Paul, focusing on Paul's radical politics as well as his success in the early 70s. more...
  • Amplified Gesture

    This 2009 music documentary by Phil Hopkins focuses on free improvisation and was created to accompany the release of David Sylvian's CD Manafon. more...
  • Amy
  • Amy (R)

    Director Asif Kapadia and editor Chris King modeled this portrait of British singer Amy Winehouse on their previous documentary, Senna (2010), using only preexisting footage and telling their story as though it were unfolding in the present. more...
  • As the Palaces Burn

    Directed by Don Argott (Rock School, The Art of the Steal), this documentary looks at the metal band Lamb of God and the 2012 manslaughter trial of lead singer Randy Blythe after a fan he pushed off the stage during a 2010 concert in the Czech Republic fell to his death. more...
  • A Band Called Death

    The story is irresistible—in the early 70s, three black brothers from Detroit form a brilliant proto-punk band but go down in flames—which may explain why David, Dannis, and Bobby Hackney, aka Death, have developed an ardent following on the basis of only seven recorded tracks. more...