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Whitney Houston journeys from obscurity to musical superstardom. Houston wins six Grammy Awards, 16 Billboard Music Awards, 22 American Music Awards and two Emmy Awards, among many others. She sells more than 200 million records worldwide.
The true story of Trevor Noah's childhood growing up in South Africa.
Beatles' manager Brian Epstein struggles with his sexuality and religion, while desperately trying to fit into the "Fab Four's" world. Epstein dies in 1967 of an accidental drug overdose at the age of 32.
Sunny Jacobs, in her 20s, and her husband, Jesse Tafero, are convicted of the fatal shooting of two law enforcement officers based on the false testimony of the man who actually committed the murders.
Explores the life of the legendary composer and conductor, Leonard Bernstein.
In the 1920s, Dr. Perry Baird, who was born in Texas and educated at Harvard, begins his career ascent in the field of medicine. Over time, he grows more and more interested in the cause of manic depression. Sadly
Kit Lambert discovers the rock band The Who while he is trying to make a film about the band, known then as the High Numbers. Instead, he decides to manage the band and to launch their musical career, and with Chris Stamp -- brother of Terence Stamp -- Lambert pushes Townshend to take The Who into more experimental avenues. The result is the seminal rock opera album "Tommy," which later becomes a Ken Russell film. Lambert also works with Jimi Hendrix and other artists, and is as known for self-destruction as they are.
Based on the autobiography of London-based music promoter Roy Tempest, who organized UK tours in the 1960s for some of America’s biggest soul acts – even though the acts were fakes.
Tom Hiddleston will play renowned war photographer Robert Capa, Hayley Atwell the acclaimed photojournalist Gerda Taro. Born Andrei Friedman and Gerta Pohorylle, Capa and Taro reinvented themselves after fleeing the Nazis in 1934 to Paris, where they built a life together. It was there, after the war, that the two would create the Magnum photo agency in 1947.
An English journalist and war correspondent's account of the Bosnian War, and alternates between his experiences in Bosnia and personal reflections of his time in the British army, his parents’ divorce, his estrangement from his father, and his heroin addiction.
The story centers on the romance between F. Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda Sayme, Jazz Age icons whose courtship and marriage was riddled with jealousy and acrimony. Fitzgerald used their relationship as material for h is novels, and Sayre, who ended up being admitted to a sanitarium, did the same.
Hank Williams, who grows up dirt poor in Alabama during the Depression, skyrockets to fame with 11 No. 1 hits, including classics "Cold, Cold Heart," "Your Cheatin' Heart" and "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry." Williams suffers from spina bifida, which leads him to turn to alcohol and morphine for pain relief. Haunted by demons and bad habits, Williams dies in 1953 at age 29.