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  1. Saw via Netflix two really good, fairly recent music documentaries: "Muscle Shoals" and "Sound City." They are both about recording studios, needless to say, but they were really about so much more. I thought the story of the founder of Muscle Shoals was very dramatic. Dave Grohl did a great job as a first-time director on "Sound City." Great interviews in both. On the other hand, I did not like at all the doc that won the Academy Award, "20 Feet from Stardom." I thought it was kind of boring and had a whiny tone to it. There were one or two good stories in it, though. Did anyone else see them and what did you think? Have there been other recent docs you recommend?
  2. The 12 Greatest Rock Docs By Owen Gleiberman What makes a great rock & roll documentary? It has to do with that special combination of subject matter, cinematic style, and moment. Cued to the release of Jim Jarmusch’s Iggy and the Stooges documentary, “Gimme Danger,” Variety Chief Film Critic Owen Gleiberman ranks the 12 greatest rock docs. http://variety.com/gallery/best-rock-documentaries-woodstock-bob-dylan-tupac-madonna/
  3. Today on Twitter Robert Plant announced that the first weekly installment of Zirka, the movie he shot and filmed himself in Mali, will go live tonight. Source: http://twitter.com/RobertPlant/status/399868344112668672 So far the only information we have on the film is the following extract from a post in the News section of his website. An option for Zirka has appeared in the video section of Robert's website (see attached screenshot).
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