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An all-new series premiering a different critically acclaimed documentary on the last Tuesday of each month. Reel to Real is hosted by popular TV and radio personality Eddie Trunk (That Metal Show), who will be on hand to introduce every premiere, providing insights and facts about the production, the artists, the inspirations and the impact of each doc.
Using archived footage andpersonal home movies, this film pieces together the fascinating life of pianistGlenn Gould, whose upbringing as a child prodigy rocketed him into anunparalleled level of fame, masking an inner struggle as he dealt withdepression, strokes, and hypochondria, leading to his untimely death at the ageof 50.
Filmed over the course of 15 months, this art house-style feature provides an in-depth look at the making of Green Day'slandmark seventh album AMERICAN IDIOT, as the band enters the studio to record and discuss the music that would ultimately catapult them back into the mainstream and forever cement their status as true punk heroes.
Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro stars in this deeply heartfelt documentary, following his quest for healing and closure as he recalls the night his mother was murdered when he was just 15 years old, and the impact that it had on his early life, as he struggled to make peace with his traumatic through Art, drugs, and escapism.
How did a German count become one of the figureheads of Blues and Cajun music? In this entertaining doc, roots hero Chris Strachwitz recalls his escape to America at 16, where he was introduced to a scene and culture unbeknownst to many, sparking a lifelong love affair and a mission to bring the musical soul of America to the masses.
Filmmaker Jacob Hatley captures the final years of rock n' roll pioneer Levon Helm, founding member of the influential roots rock quintet The Band, in this honest portrait detailing his fight to regain his voice after surviving throat cancer, his legendary career, and his frustration that The Band never received the acclaim they deserved.
How the Greenwich Village music scene sparked everlasting political, social and cultural changes.
Using archived footage and personal home movies, this film pieces together the fascinating life of pianist Glenn Gould, whose upbringing as a child prodigy rocketed him into an unparalleled level of fame, masking an inner struggle as he dealt with depression, strokes, and hypochondria, leading to his untimely death at the age of 50.
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