The Score

By Natasha Jagger

Writer/director Malachi Smyth's feature debut is a musical heist film that struggles to strike the right chord.


a-ha: The Movie

By Josh Slater-Williams

Norway’s favourite synth-pop sons receive the full music biography treatment in this intimate documentary.


This Much I Know To Be True

By Marina Ashioti

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis perform an intimate yet expansive session at the Battersea Arts Centre. The results are mesmerising.


Casablanca Beats

By Marina Ashioti

A former rapper sets up a hip-hop programme for the participants of his local youth group in Nabil Ayouch’s well-meaning drama.



By Saskia Lloyd Gaiger

Great detail abounds in Giuseppe Tornatore’s documentary celebrating the life and work of the late film composer Ennio Morricone.

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Charli XCX: Alone Together

By Cassidy Olsen

This unique and often insightful documentary shows Charli XCX collaborating with her fans on a DIY quarantine album.


Marry Me

By Rogan Graham

Easily digestible hunk of rom-com fluff with Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson doing the mismatched couple thing.


The Beatles: Get Back

By Elena Lazic

Peter Jackson unearths and re-edits footage of the Beatles’ last hurrah, with euphoric and exasperating results.


Keyboard Fantasies

By John Dunning

This tour documentary-cum-biography celebrates the remarkable life and career of cult musician Beverly Glenn-Copeland.

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The Nowhere Inn

By Emily Maskell

Annie Clark (aka St Vincent) and Carrie Brownstein set off on an unconventional road trip in this pithy meta-documentary.

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Tom Petty, Somewhere You Feel Free: The Making of Wildflowers

By Greg Wetherall

This newly unearthed chronicle of the making of the American singer-songwriter’s favourite album is a gift for fans.

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The Velvet Underground

By Michael Leader

Todd Haynes directs this definitive chronicle of the fabled avant-garde rock group, taking in everything from doo wop to pop art.

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Oasis Knebworth 1996

By Lou Thomas

The inside story of one of the great concerts in British rock ’n’ roll history is a welcome dose of ’90s nostalgia.

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Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

By Leila Latif

Questlove’s rhapsodic documentary revives the long-forgotten 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, aka ‘Black Woodstock’.

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Nashville (1975)

By Glenn Heath Jr

Robert Altman’s show-stopping musical mosaic returns to UK cinemas in a sparkling new 4K restoration.

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Dinner in America

By Lou Thomas

Punk provocateur Adam Rehmeier surveys America’s putrefying suburbs in this unconventional coming-of-ager.


Sisters with Transistors

By Caitlin Quinlan

This illuminating documentary profiles extraordinary women musicians who shaped electronic sound.


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