Director Morgan Neville’s film “Twenty Feet From Stardom” was a hit at the True False Film Fest last month. Check out other documentaries he’s directed that are available at DBRL:
“Troubadours: The Rise of the Singer-songwriter” (2011)
This PBS American masters documentary recounts the beginning of the singer-songwriter movement in the 1960s and 1970s focusing on the collaboration between Carole King and James Taylor and their performances at the Troubadour club in West Hollywood, Calif.
“Search and Destroy: Iggy and the Stooges’ Raw Power” (2010)
Six fans were selected to film Iggy & the Stooges’ legendary September 3, 2010 reunion at the All Tomorrow’s Parties Festival. Experience the fans’ journey and joy as they witness a classic performance and meet their heroes face to face.
“Respect Yourself: The Stax Records Story” (2007)
With rare performances, previously unreleased home movies and new recordings, this is the first comprehensive look at Stax Records, the greatest soul label of all time. Provides first-hand accounts from Isaac Hayes, Booker T. Jones, Steve Cropper, Mavis Staples, and many more.
“Shakespeare Was A Big George Jones Fan” (2005)
“Cowboy” Jack Clement has written songs and produced albums for some of the biggest names in music: Johnny Cash, U2, Jerry Lee Lewis and Louis Armstrong. He’s also filmed endless home movies, collected in this documentary for the first time.
“Muddy Waters: Can’t be Satisfied” (2003)
Examines the life of bluesman Muddy Waters, who was born the son of a sharecropper in the Mississippi Delta, but later moved to Chicago and became a legendary performer who established the electric blues sound. Includes interviews as well as archival interviews and concert footage.