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Cast (feature film)

2.
Catch My Disease (2010)
This documentary about Ben Lee followed the pop-music phenomenon over an eleven-year period. His musical career and personal life are chronicled as he travels from Sydney to New York, and in archival footage.
3.
Catch My Disease (2010)
This documentary about Ben Lee followed the pop-music phenomenon over an eleven-year period. His musical career and personal life are chronicled as he travels from Sydney to New York, and in archival footage.
4.
Sonic Youth: Sleeping Nights Awake (2007)
Seven teen students from the Reno area grab digital video cameras and capture a searing Sonic Youth performance onstage and backstage during a July 4, 2006, gig at Reno's Sierra Casino and Resort.
5.
Too Tough to Die (2006)
A tribute to The Ramones. Musicians and family members gathered at the legendary Avalon Theatre in Los Angeles on September 12, 2004, for a concert honoring The Ramones' 30th anniversary. The concert, which took place just two-and-a-half days before Johnny Ramone's death, featured more than a dozen
6.
We Jam Econo: The Story of the Minutemen (2005)
Chronicles the ground breaking, early 80's punk rock band The Minutemen from their humble beginnings in the harbor town of San Pedro, CA to their tragic and untimely demise when lead signer and guitarist D. Boon was killed in a van accident in December of 1985
7.
You're Gonna Miss Me (2005)
Texan band The 13th Floor Elevators coined the term psychedelic rock and were responsible for some of the garage era's most precious nuggets. With his visionary lyrics, their charismatic singer Roky Erickson was poised to be a huge star, but as his fame grew, so did his notoriety, and his drug intak
8.
Kill Your Idols (2004)
Through interviews and live performances, musicians trace the evolution of New York's art punk scene, from New Wave through post-punk to today. Sonic Youth, Arto Lindsay, and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are among the artists who offer personal insights. Rare footage of early live sets by historic bands ma
9.
End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones (2003)
In 1974, the New York City music scene was shocked into consciousness by the violently new and raw sound of a band of misfits from Queens called The Ramones. Playing in a seedy Bowery bar to a small group of fellow struggling musicians, the band struck a chord of disharmony that rocked the foundatio
10.
What About Me: The Rise of the Nihilist Spasm Band (2000)
They've played together for the last 35 years and are London, Ontario's biggest claim to artistic fame since Guy Lombardo. By day the band members, now in their sixties, work as teachers, artists, and in medicine - some are now retired. But almost every Monday night, the Nihilist Spasm Band, an inte
11.
Brian Wilson: I Just Wasn't Made for These Times (1995)
A personal journey into the music of Brian Wilson. From his early years as a composer who defined a musical generation with "The Beach Boys," through the period of his destructive insecurity, emotional illness and drug abuse, to the reemergence of his optimism and artistic vision, Wilson remains, ab
12.
Heavy (1994)
Victor is a lonely and overweight pizza chef who earns his living in his mother's roadside diner in upstate New York. Though he aches to change his life, Victor is surrounded by people who are as immobile as he is--people who are as blind to his yearnings as they are to their own. But, when the staf

Music (feature film)

13.
Tag (2018)
A world where Tag is the most popular professional sport.
14.
Tag (2018)
A world where Tag is the most popular professional sport.
15.
If I Stay (2014)
Fifteen years ago, the world suffered a horrific global disaster when millions of demon-like creatures ascended from the bowels of the earth, swarming the entire planet, and feasting on mankind for one full day. Now due to a lunar eclipse, they have returned for 24 hours to purge the earth's populat
16.
Young@Heart (2007)
Young@Heart is a New England senior citizens chorus that has delighted audiences worldwide with their covers of songs by everyone from The Clash to Coldplay. Based in Northampton, Massachusetts, the group is made up of two dozen spirited seniors who specialize in reinterpreting rock, punk and R & B
17.
Jack Smith & the Destruction of Atlantis (2006)
Underground filmmaker, photographer, actor, performance artist, Lower East Side fixture, homosexual, and anticapitalist Jack Smith was a central figure of New York underground culture from the 1960's until his death in 1989. This portrait of Jack Smith is replete with an assemblage of photographs, f
18.
Last Days (2005)
Introspective artist Blake is buckling under the weight of fame, professional obligations and a mounting feeling of isolation. Dwarfed by towering trees, Blake slowly makes his way through dense woods. He scrambles down an embankment to a fresh spring and undresses for a short swim. The next morning
19.
Things Behind The Sun (2003)
Owen Richardson, a hip music journalist, is dispatched to write a piece on young rock musician Sherry McGrale. With her fame on the rise and a hard-living Janis Joplin-like reputation, Sherry is no easy assignment for the young reporter. When their paths cross, their pasts collide. Soon it becomes c
20.
Bully (2001)
Based on the true-life murder of Bobby Kent, a Hollywood, Florida teenager who was murdered by his own circle of friends once they tired of being bullied around by him: Best friend Marty is stuck in a complex and abusive relationship with Bobby, and his girlfriend Lisa urges him to stand up for hims
21.
Bully (2001)
Based on the true-life murder of Bobby Kent, a Hollywood, Florida teenager who was murdered by his own circle of friends once they tired of being bullied around by him: Best friend Marty is stuck in a complex and abusive relationship with Bobby, and his girlfriend Lisa urges him to stand up for hims
22.
Manic (2001) as Additional Music
Lyle is filled with rage. After badly beating a classmate during a schoolyard fight, Lyle is committed to a juvenile mental institution in lieu of criminal prosecution. Inside the hospital, Lyle encounters a group of adolescents struggling with a variety of illnesses. The troubled teens are under th
23.
How to Draw a Bunny (2001)
The story of the life of artist Ray Johnson is cloaked in mystery not only at the moment of his death, but also throughout a career that was difficult to know and to understand. As one of the seminal figures in the Pop Art era, Johnson is known as "the founding father of mail art" and as a "collagis
24.
Late August, Early September (1998)
Thirtysomething Gabriel is in romantic transition from Jenny to Anne, while at his job as a literary editor much of his time and emotional energy is spent on his slightly older friend Adrien, a formerly "promising" novelist whose recent output fails to match the critical and commercial success of hi
25.
Suburbia (1996)
A group of suburban slackers hang out in front of the 7-11 and await the arrival of a former friend who has gone on to become a rock star.
26.
Suburbia (1996)
A group of suburban slackers hang out in front of the 7-11 and await the arrival of a former friend who has gone on to become a rock star.
27.
Airheads (1994)
The heavy metal rock band The Lone Rangers will do whatever it takes to get their latest demo played on the radio. When their attempts fail, the group inadvertently takes a rock and roll radio station and everybody in the place hostage.
28.
Heavy (1994) as Original Score
Victor is a lonely and overweight pizza chef who earns his living in his mother's roadside diner in upstate New York. Though he aches to change his life, Victor is surrounded by people who are as immobile as he is--people who are as blind to his yearnings as they are to their own. But, when the staf
29.
Pump Up the Volume (1990) as Song ("Titanium Expose")
A loner student from the east enrolls at a highly rated Southwest high school, and secretly provokes a mini-rebellion in the student body via his pirate radio station.

Cast (special)

30.
VH1 Presents the '80s (2001)
Retrospective of popular music in the 1980's. The program examines how the music reflected and influenced our ideas about politics, money, technology, fashion, the media, drugs, race and sex.
31.
Lou Reed: Rock and Roll Heart (1998)
Profile of Lou Reed, the Long Island-bred, largely self-taught rock poet, guitarist and composer.

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