Among the 15 shortlisted titles nominated for Best Documentary Oscar, there are two music-focused films, each highlighting the career and legacy of the internationally beloved performer. is guessing.
sony pictures classics Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, Journey, Song It offers a biography of the Canadian poet and songwriter and is surrounded by arguably his most famous songs. reveals he spent years writing the songs that define his legacy.album various positions.
However, it was due to cover performances of songs recorded by artists such as John Cale, Jeff Buckley and Rufus Wainwright, the latter Shrek — that the song became Cohen’s most famous song. And given that the prolific Cohen has also seen many of his songs recorded by other artists, Hallelujah Also included are commentary by Brandi Carlisle, Judy Collins, Glenn Hansard, Regina Spektor, and more.
Adopting a less conventional documentary approach, Neon’s moon age daydream An immersive and sensory biography of David Bowie.Written and directed by Kurt Cobain documentary Brett Morgan One-in-one montage and Rolling Stones feature crossfire hurricane, moon age daydream Taking a similar approach, relying entirely on archival footage and without a narrator, it examines Bowie’s creativity from his early days as a glam rock superstar to his last album. black Starreleased just two days before the singer-songwriter died of liver cancer in 2016.
Throughout the rock star’s many personas and chronological films, Bowie himself provides the context and inspiration behind his creative work. A movie soundtrack consisting of demos, alternate takes and remixes of the most famous songs.