‘The Musicians’ Green Book’ film event showcased Jazz greats & their struggles

Kicking off June’s 44th Anniversary of Black Music Month, Grand Songbook Media held the first screening of its Historic Documentary “The Musicians’ Green Book: An Enduring ... Continue Reading →

Dance with Films in Los Angeles this June

Time was, people wondered why Los Angeles, the movie capital of the world, didn’t have a flagship film festival. Some argued it had many. In other years, there has been a Los ... Continue Reading →

Dear Evan Hansen – From Small Stage to Big Screen

If you have followed the long, sometimes strange trip of this musical from Off-Broadway to Broadway to film, you know by now that the lead actor is a 28 year old playing a high schooler. ... Continue Reading →


  Fictional rock ‘n’ roll does not have a very successful history. Whether in books or on screen, the few gems that exist are noteworthy. Two decades on, it is evident that ... Continue Reading →

Count Me In

We continue to live in the golden age and perhaps platinum age of music documentaries. If you are a music nut, you can swim endlessly in the documentaries on offer. If you are only ... Continue Reading →

Buddy Guy: The Blues Chase the Blues Away

The sound of birds, free from the constraints of gravity or society, were Buddy Guy’s first musical influence. John Lee Hooker was his second. This lovingly assembled documentary ... Continue Reading →

“Summer of Soul (…or, When the Revolution Could Not be Televised)”

    1969 was the year of the most famous music festival. But we now know that 100 miles south, over the course of six weeks a once-forgotten music festival was also a pivotal ... Continue Reading →


This crisp 108 minute film follows Fern (Frances McDormand) as she seeks work, while having no fixed address. Whether a human robot in an Amazon shipping center or tenuously employed ... Continue Reading →