Interest: documentary film


Rock Cellar Magazine
April 30, 2021
Out Now on The Coda Collection: ‘What Drives Us,’ a Documentary from Dave Grohl Chronicling the Touring Musician’s Lifestyle

What compels a musician to pack up everything he or she owns into a run-down van and head out on the road in search of rock and roll glory? The...


Rock Cellar Magazine
April 27, 2021
Hear Violet Grohl & Her Dad, Dave, Cover X’s “Nausea” for Grohl’s ‘What Drives Us’ Documentary (Premiering 4/30)

It can be increasingly dizzying to try and keep up with everything Foo Fighters main man Dave Grohl has going on these days. His band released an adventurous new album,...


Rock Cellar Magazine
February 9, 2021
New Documentary ‘Long Live Rock … Celebrate the Chaos’ Celebrates the Singular Intensity of the Hard-Rock Concert Experience (Trailer)

Do you remember slamming around the mosh pit with a bunch of strangers? Or being packed in tight at a tiny club gig as a band tears through a set...


Rock Cellar Magazine
December 21, 2020
Watch a Six-Minute Sneak Peek of Peter Jackson’s Anticipated ‘The Beatles: Get Back’ Documentary

It’s Christmas week, and with it comes a special treat for fans of John, Paul, George, and Ringo — and anybody looking forward to  The Beatles: Get Back, the anticipated...


Rock Cellar Magazine
September 3, 2020
The Life of a Match: Preview ‘Bleeding Audio,’ a New Doc Chronicling the Rise and Fall of Mid-2000s Band The Matches

The Matches are a four-piece band out of Northern California that emerged in the early 2000s with an offbeat style of pop/punk that landed them a deal with Epitaph Records...


Rock Cellar Magazine
July 30, 2020
The Go-Go’s Return with ‘Club Zero’: Hear Their First New Song in 20 Years; New Showtime Documentary Premiering 7/31

It’s been a long time since the world heard new music from The Go-Go’s — but the Los Angeles punk/new wave band‘s new song, “Club Zero,” is here. Premiered late...


Rock Cellar Magazine
December 15, 2016
Green Day, Rancid Among Bands Featured in New 'Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk' Doc

For decades, a scene was brewing in Northern California that would have far-reaching effects on the music business. The punk aesthetic that was prevalent at venues such as 924 Gilman...


Rock Cellar Magazine
November 16, 2011
Haskell Wexler: Cinematographer / Activist is Candid As Ever

As one of Hollywood’s greatest cinematographers, the Chicago-born Haskell Wexler has worked on close to 150 films and been the director of photography for many of the world’s greatest directors....