The aptly titled ‘Danny Says’ finds the always-quotable Danny Fields discussing his life among the late-20th century’s musical greats and near-greats.
While some restored Beatles footage truly impresses, ‘Eight Days a Week: The Touring Years’ still seems to suffer from an identity crisis.
In 1999, Tower Records made $51 billion. In 2006, the company filed for bankruptcy. What went wrong?
Mike Tiano on how Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen valued culture over profits while saving the Seattle Cinerama.
As the 70mm Film Festival continues in Seattle, Mike Tiano looks at the challenges theaters face in obtaining 70mm prints.
The truth and beauty in Evans’ music is impossible to forget. Bruce Spiegel’s well done documentary ‘Time Remembered, The Life & Music of Bill Evans’ makes sure that we don’t.
This film provides an often funny and, at times, downright perplexing glimpse into the making of Twisted Sister, one of the most recognized metal bands.
The records, those sounds – even in George Martin’s awful absence – will remain, forever.
A spectacular live reinterpretation of ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ found composer Danny Elfman staging a partial on-stage Oingo Boingo reunion, as well.
No other project may better capture the complex life of Frank Sinatra, born 100 years ago on Dec. 12, 1915, than HBO’s new film ‘Sinatra: All or Nothing at All.’