Best Music Movies of This Year (So Far)
Colson Baker (Machine Gun Kelly) and Mod Sun direct their debut film, 'Downfalls High', starring Chase Hudson and Sydney Sweeney and featuring music from Machine Gun Kelly's latest album, 'Tickets to My Downfall' (2020). 'Downfalls High' stars is narrated by Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker and described as being "a first of its kind musical film experience".
The Ultimate Playlist of Noise
After learning he must undergo brain surgery that will render him deaf, Marcus, an audio-obsessed high school senior, decides to seize control of his fate by recording the Ultimate Playlist of Noise — a bucket list of all his favorite sounds.
Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical
The TikTok musical sensation, based on the Disney/Pixar film, comes to delicious life for an unprecedented, community-written, Broadway-caliber, lip-smacking special event to benefit The Actors Fund.
Idiot Prayer: Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace
Nick Cave performs solo at the piano in Idiot Prayer: Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace, a film shot at the iconic London venue in June 2020.
Zu, a free spirit estranged from her family, who suddenly finds herself the sole guardian of her half-sister, Music a teenager on the autism spectrum whose whole world order had been beautifully crafted by her late grandmother. The film soon challenges whether it is Zu or Music who has a better view of the world, and that love, trust, and being able to be there for each other is everything.
it's ten o'clock somewhere
A short, sweet, catchy, aimless, whirling, lurid, and truncated history of an image commodified. An ode to Snow.
The visual experience of Olivia Rodrigo's debut single.
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A beautiful combination of clips of the popular Israeli YouTube channel 'Top Geek' played along to Cardi B's 'WAP'
Dope, Hookers and Pavement
"Dope, Hookers and Pavement" is a lively and unfiltered account of the early days of the Detroit hardcore punk scene, circa 1981-82, in the notorious Cass Corridor, arguably one of the worst neighbourhoods in the city at the time. Featuring over 70 in-depth interviews — including John Brannon (Negative Approach), Tesco Vee (Meatmen, Touch and Go), Ian MacKaye (Minor Threat, Dischord Records), pro skater Bill Danforth, scene kids, and members of the Necros, The Fix, Violent Apathy and Bored Youth — and never-before-seen Super8 footage of the Freezer, "Dope, Hookers and Pavement" is both hilarious and reflective, and an overdue record of a nearly invisible but magic little moment in the long history of Detroit rock'n'roll.
In this musical short film set in 1961, 17-year-old Kathryn begins a fashion internship to help design a line for the Seattle World's Fair. Kathryn struggles to defend her passion for a creative lifestyle against disapproving family and friends.