Music Movies Highlighted in Filmocracy Film Fest

Filmocracy Fest 2020 is taking place now, highlighting select films or programs through the end of the Festival.  The current preview will focus on music films—recently a “mini fall festival” from Knitting Factory Entertainment and Kino Lorber, and their Ike White documentary opened Dec. 1. In that spirit, here are the music-themed documentaries screening, debuting and sneak-previewing at Filmocracy:

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ROCK CAMP, by Douglas Blush (Documentary, USA). Summer camp meets SPINAL TAP as we journey to Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp, in this documentary where dreamers from across America and around the world gather to shred with their heroes...

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JOSÉ FELICIANO: BEHIND THE GUITAR, by Frank Licari & Helen Murphy (Documentary, USA). Revered as one the world's greatest guitarists, nine-time Grammy/Latin Grammy Lifetime Achievement recipient Feliciano is the first Latin American to win Best New Artist...

PIANO TO ZANSKA, by Michael Sulima (Documentary, UK). Facing future in retirement, a 65-year old piano tuner, Desmond O’Keeffe, decides instead to take on the most challenging delivery of his career: transporting a 100-year old Broadwood & Sons piano from London to a primary school in a faraway Buddhist village, some 14,000 feet above sea level, deep in the Indian Himalayas. The expedition will take him




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