Catching up with the sensational 77-year-old singer who's still on the move.
The British-based filmmaker on her documentary about those fighting to create harmony in a place where music has been banned.
The director and star of the lively tale of a DJ who struggles to find success talk about the film's real-life inspiration and the influence of music throughout the filmmaking process.
The director and producer on traversing the globe for their enlivening history of the drum machine and its immeasurable impact on pop music.
The "20 Feet From Stardom" director on transcending borders with a portrait of Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble.
The discovery of a YouTube singer/songwriter from New Orleans by an Israeli musician offers a thrilling new remix on "A Star is Born."
The writer/director talks about going trainhopping and how her own artistic passion was renewed by a little street music for this drama about a chance encounter that changes lives.
The musician talks about his collection of Margaret Keane paintings and consulting on the new Tim Burton film.
The first-time director talks about her years-long investigation of the identity politics at play in the hip-hop game for Asian-Americans.
The innovative composer talks about his distinctive scores for "I'll See You in My Dreams," "Unexpected" and "Queen of Earth."
On his 10-year-journey to tell the story of how two aspiring filmmakers accidentally gave rise to The Who.
After hitting a professional and personal low point, an artist experiences a creative rejuvenation in this romantic comedy, something its first-time writer/director can relate to.