Eminem: Diamonds and Pearls

Follow the amazing career of Eminem, from rough childhood to worldwide acclaim. Interviews with friends, colleagues, writers, journalists and others combine with news footage, backstage clips and vintage photographs to create an indelible portrait of the Grammy- and Oscar-winning rap icon.


Phil Collins: Classic Albums – Face Value

In the three decades since the album’s appearance, Phil Collins became an international solo star – but many still consider Face Value his finest album. This hour-long documentary has Collins himself providing the bulk of the commentary, openly discussing how the lyrics to ‘In the Air Tonight’ wrote themselves after his painful divorce and explaining why a drummer would ever use a drum machine.

Also interviewed on camera are engineer Hugh Padgham, Genesis colleagues Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford, producer Ahmet Ertegun and many of the studio musicians. Songs such as ‘I Missed Again’, ‘The Roof Is Leaking’, ‘This Must Be Love’ and ‘In the Air Tonight’ are accompanied by Collins’ own and previously-unreleased concert footage.



Prince: The Glory Years

Packed with live performance and studio footage, rare photographs and new interviews with friends, confidants, fellow musicians and other people close to Prince, this documentary reviews and re-captures the golden decade of one of the industry’s most innovative and influential artists and helps discover why Prince Rodgers Nelson simply stole the 80s.

The film focuses on Prince’s creative and commercial output during the 1980s, with anecdotes provided by several of his key collaborators and some great insights into the inner workings of his ‘Purple Reign’.



John Lennon: Classic Albums – John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band

This film documents the making of John Lennon’s first post-Beatles solo album in 1970 . Regarded as a classic, it is a fierce, raw, emotionally painful yet beautiful album containing some of the most personal and cathartic songs John ever wrote including ‘Mother’, ‘Love’, ‘Working Class Hero’, ‘Isolation’ and ‘God’.



Jay-Z: Classic Albums – Reasonable Doubt

This documentary features Jay-Z talking about the creative process behind Reasonable Doubt. One of the most influential figures in black American music since the mid-90s, Reasonable Doubt was his debut album and is still considered by many to be his finest achievement. Much harder hitting and edgy than his later more polished and pop-orientated releases it announced to the world that a new rap star had arrived.