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Tár (Cate Blanchett ) is at the height of her career. She’s preparing both a book launch and a much-anticipated live performance of Mahler’s Fifth Symphony. Over the ensuing weeks, her life unravels in a singularly modern way. The result is a searing examination of power, and its impact and durability in today’s society.

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SHOWS UPSTAIRS AND DOWNSTAIRS: A cinematic odyssey exploring Bowie’s creative, spiritual and musical journey. From the visionary mind of Brett Morgen, Moonage Daydream features captivating, never-before-seen footage and performances spanning David Bowie’s 54-year career. The film includes 40 exclusively remastered Bowie songs and is the first film ever sanctioned by the Bowie Estate, with local access to the artists’ archives.

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In 1987, to capitalize on his growing success in Europe, Prince toured extensively to promote the album of the same name and sales increased accordingly. However, the United States remained resistant to his latest album, and sales began to drop; it was at this point that Prince decided to film a live concert promoting the new material, for eventual distribution to theaters in America. Featuring the band that accompanied Prince on his 1987 Sign o’ the Times Tour, including dancer Cat Glover, keyboardist Boni Boyer, bassist Levi Seacer, Jr., guitarist Miko Weaver, drummer Sheila E. and former member of The Revolution keyboardist Dr. Fink.

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Fire & Ash follows the true story of Vermont beatmaster and hip hop artist JL (Johnny Morris) as he grapples with a terminal brain cancer diagnosis. Faced with death and the inevitable dissolution of his physical body, JL embarks on a journey of creation and transformation.

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ALL SHOWS DOWNSTAIRS: Weaving together live performances, interviews, and archival footage from the last fifty years of The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, this laudatory documentary marks the beauty, glory, and rich culture of The Big Easy.

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Experience the iconic rock band’s legacy in the first major documentary to tell their story. Directed with the era’s avant-garde spirit by Todd Haynes, this kaleidoscopic oral history combines exclusive interviews with dazzling archival footage.

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During the same summer as Woodstock, over 300,000 people attended the Harlem Cultural Festival, celebrating African American music and culture, and promoting Black pride and unity. The footage from the festival sat in a basement, unseen for over 50 years, keeping this incredible event in America’s history lost—until now.

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