A documentary on the life of Lil Peeps singer Lil Peeping Tom, which was screened at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
A top documentary on Lil Pees recent history and what inspired him to make his first solo album.
A documentary on The Weeknd’s recent album, “Starboy”.
The premiere of the first ever documentary on Beyonce and Jay-Z, “Bitch Better Have My Money”.
A documentary about the “Mafia” singer, and his family, which is available to watch for free.
A documentary by filmmaker John Dvorak, titled “Dorothy and the Pussycats”.
A documentary by American journalist, Mark Stokes about the life and career of his great-grandfather, the famed poet, novelist and playwright, George Saunders.
The premiere screening of the film, “The Life and Times of Prince”.
The film features interviews with Prince, his family and others who were integral to his life and legacy.
A special screening of “The Last Days of Us”, featuring an interview with actor Sean Penn.
A film about the world’s largest sex slave trade, “Slaves to the Grindhouse”.
A film on the rise of the music industry in China, which has seen a rise in new music artists.
A film on how China’s economy is transforming and has the potential to be the biggest on Earth.
A short documentary on an American rapper, Kendrick Lamar, which features an interview.
A 30-minute documentary on one of the worlds most successful hip hop acts, Future, with interviews with the members of the group and members of their families.
A 60-minute short documentary about a woman who went on to become one of hip hop’s most influential female artists, the female-fronted rap group, The Notorious B.I.G.
A 45-minute featurette on the women behind the female icons of the 1980s, including Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.
A feature on the “Frozen” star, who was the first transgender person to appear in an animated film.
A 90-minute interview with rapper and producer Dr. Dre about his new album “No More Parties In LA”, which was released this year.
A feature on a man who helped found and lead the Black Lives Matter movement in the US, which led to the arrest of several police officers in California.
A 20-minute music video that was created to promote the film.
The video features the voices of Snoop Dogg, Kendrick and Snoop Lion, among others.
A short feature on Lil Wayne, who won an Oscar for best rap album for “Hotline Bling”.
A feature about the late singer Snoop who died of pancreatic cancer in 2010.
A 40-minute musical exploration of the history of rock music, featuring a look at the music that shaped the world of the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s.
A 40-page booklet on the history and influence of rock, including music by Bruce Springsteen, Nirvana, Guns N’ Roses and U2.
A special feature on Nirvana, who were the biggest band in the world at the time.
A 50-minute special feature in which actor and director Robert De Niro, who starred in the film “Hacksaw Ridge”, talks about his career, and how it influenced his portrayal of Dr. Frank Underwood in the movie “American Hustle”.
A special screening and interview with the late David Cronenberg, who is best known for his films “Slasher”, “Gremlins” and “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.”
A 20.5-minute film on one woman, singer, songwriter and producer, Whitney Houston.
A 10-minute video about her career and legacy, including a tribute to the late songwriter, and her work with hip hop.
A 25-minute portrait of a woman, rapper and actor, Lil Kim, who made her music in the 1980’s, before moving to Hollywood in the 1990s, becoming a hit artist and a feminist icon.
A tribute to a former Miss South Carolina, who died in 2012.
A 30-year interview with Lil Wayne.
A 10-year look at rapper and writer, Kendrick.
A look at how pop music has changed in the past 60 years, including the rise and fall of artists like Rihanna and Justin Bieber.
A 15-minute history of hip-hop, including songs by Drake, Future and others.
A story about a girl’s journey from street-level to mainstream success, including her journey from her mother to a life in the music business.
A history of punk rock, which includes tracks from Nirvana, Pearl Jam, the Ramones and others, as well as the rise to prominence of bands like the Ramone’s, The Stooges and The Pretenders.
A glimpse into the rise in crime and violence in the U.S.
A tour of the American flag and the words “United States of America”. A