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FESTIVAL ARTICLE

7 Music Docs at TFF2014

From Nas to Bob Weir, TFF2014 has a legendary lineup of music documentaries.

Hip hop, jazz, heavy metal, and rock n' roll - TFF2014 music documentaries are covering all genres from your favorite legends. (To check screening times and add a film to your wish list, just follow the link to the film's page.)

Amanda F***ing Palmer on the Rocks

Part of the Shorts Program, Before Long, this mini-rockumentary follows punk icon Amanda Palmer before performing at the Red Rocks Amphitheater.

Björk: Biophilia Live

The always intriguing Icelandic singer Björk performs her evocative concert of her eighth studio album.

Keep On Keepin' On

Legendary trumpeter Clark Terry takes young piano prodigy Justin under his wing during pivotal moments in both of their lives.

The Other One: The Long, Strange Trip of Bob Weir

Featuring iconic jam band rhythm guitarist Bob Weir of The Grateful Dead as he recalls the wild journey of his life. 

Time is Illmatic

Widely considered to be one of the most revolutionary hip-hop albums of all time, director and artist One9 follows the growing influence Nas' Illmatic has had on the music community since its release 20 years ago. 

Super Duper Alice Cooper

Using only archival footage, this rock doc tells the story of the showman who revived the hard rock music scene of the 1970's through controversial theatrics.

Untitled James Brown Documentary

​With help from the Brown estate, Gibney has meticulously curated the journey of one of the most pioneering figures in American music. 


Check out the rest of the TFF 2014 Film Guide here to plan your festival experience!

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