Amplify Live Nation’s Heather Parry Talks Artist Driven Activism And Taking On Religion for Imagine Dragons’ Documentary ‘Believer’

Live Nation’s film and television division, Live Nation Productions is coming off an astounding reception of their latest documentary Believer at the Sundance Film Festival. Believer follows Imagine Dragons lead singer Dan Reynolds as he grapples with his faith as a Mormon with the rising teen suicide rate in Utah, especially among the LGBTQ community.… Read more »

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E! News Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds Speaks Out on Teen LGBTQ Suicide on 2018 Grammys Red Carpet

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Deadline Imagine Dragons Frontman Dan Reynolds Takes On Mormon Church Policy With HBO Doc ‘Believer’ — Sundance Studio

Taking a break from his latest world tour, Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds came to Deadline’s Sundance Studio yesterday with director Don Argott to discuss their powerful and personal documentary project, Believer.

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Vanity Fair Dan Reynolds Believes It’s Important to Offend People

The lead singer of Imagine Dragons explains why he’s speaking out with his new film “Believer” about LGBTQ Mormon youth.

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Salt Lake City Tribune Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds hopes LDS leaders will see ‘Believer,’ his film about Mormon LGBT youths

Documentary, about Reynolds wrestling with his faith and organizing the first LoveLoud festival, got a standing ovation at its Sundance premiere.

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Deadline Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds Docu On Mormon Treatment Of LGBTQ Community Gets HBO Deal: Sundance

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FOX Diddy’s ‘Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story’ Documentary Airing On Fox

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Amplify Gaga: Five Foot Two and Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis make Amplify’s Best Music Documentaries of 2017

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Variety Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds Confronts Mormon Church’s LGBTQ Stance in Sundance-Bound Doc ‘Believer’

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Hollywood Film Awards Diddy Accepts the Documentary Award for “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story”

Sean “Diddy” Combs accepts the “Hollywood Documentary Award” at the 2017 Hollywood Film Awards for Live Nation Productions and Apple Music’s “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story”.

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Billboard How Live Nation’s Film/TV Head Heather Parry Tells Stories Behind The Music

With the emotional Gaga doc now streaming, Parry tells Billboard about the process of putting together these ­projects and why it’s all about the artist.

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Deadline Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis Is Nominated for 2 Critics Choice Documentary Awards

Best Documentary
Best Music Documentary

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Billboard Lady Gaga’s Netlix Doc ‘Five Foot Two’ Strips Off the Costumes & Make-Up to Reveal Real Gaga

The documentary Lady Gaga: Five Foot Two, out today (Sept. 22) on Netflix, shows an utterly normal side of the 31-year-old performance artist and singer born Stefani Joanne Germanotta, known as much for her outrageous fashion statements as she is for her hit songs.

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Los Angeles Times Can a music-industry insider make real documentaries? This Live Nation exec says yes

To a person standing on the street, little distinguishes the pair of sleek, green-gray structures that make up Live Nation’s headquarters in Beverly Hills. But Heather Parry says that there’s definitely a difference between the two buildings — and that her office is in the good one.

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XXL Wiz Khalifa, French Montana to Star in Netflix Hip-Hop Movie ‘The After Party’

Neilson Barnard / Frazer Harrison, Getty Images (2) Wiz Khalifa, French Montana and 2017 XXL Freshman Kyle are about to be movie stars. Well, it’s a little early to say that, but the three rappers are all set to star in the forthcoming Netflix coming of age hip-hop film, The After Party. As first reported by the folks at Variety, the flick will revolve… Read more »

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TIME Review: Gaga: Five Foot Two Shows a Superstar at Her Most Vulnerable

This week, Lady Gaga announced that she was postponing the European leg of her world tour — a series of stadium shows that had been meant to be a globetrotting victory lap after her smashingly successful Super Bowl halftime show in February. “I have always been honest about my physical and mental health struggles,” the… Read more »

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Variety Netflix Hip-Hop Movie ‘The After Party,’ Starring Kyle, Wiz Khalifa, French Montana, Begins Production

Def Pictures has teamed with Live Nation Productions, WorldStar Hip Hop, and Hunting Lane Films for the Netflix comedy “The After Party.”

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Deadline Hollywood ‘Gaga: Five Foot Two’ Director Chris Moukarbel On The “Superhero Character” That Is Lady Gaga — Toronto Studio

A documentary filmmaker known for works including Banksy Does New York, director Chris Moukarbel is very familiar with the portrait of an artist as a form.

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Vanity Fair Lady Gaga Strips Down in Emotional, Awards-Worthy Documentary Five Foot Two

Typically, the Toronto Film Festival is not known for being as glamorous as its peers in Cannes or Venice. But on Friday evening, all that changed when Lady Gaga sashayed back and forth in front of the Princess of Wales Theatre

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Deadline Hollywood Lady Gaga To Perform At Toronto With World Premiere Of Docu ‘Gaga: Five Foot Two’

Gaga: Five Foot Two is produced by Heather Parry for Live Nation Productions, Bobby Campbell for Mermaid Films, and Moukarbel. Michael Rapino, Kim Ray, Lisa Nishimura, and Benjamin Cotner are exec producers.

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RollingStone Toronto Film Festival 2017: 30 Movies We Can’t Wait to See

From Oscar potentials to Lady Gaga and Grace Jones docs and a secret Louis C.K. movie, our must-see picks for the fest

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Variety Film News Roundup: Netflix to Release Lady Gaga Documentary in September

In today’s film news roundup, Netflix announces a release for its Lady Gaga documentary, FilmRise picks up “The Secret Life of Lance Letscher,” and the Hollywood Film Awards announce a donation to the MPTF.

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Press Release Netflix To Release Gaga: Five Foot Two Globally on September 22

Netflix today announced the release of Gaga: Five Foot Two, an intimate and unfettered portrait of a year in the life of Lady Gaga.

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Rolling Stone Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs: The Hardest-Working Man in Hip-Hop

A warts-and-all history of how Sean “Diddy” Combs built one of pop music’s biggest empires

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The New York Times Review: ‘Can’t Stop Won’t Stop’ Tells Sean Combs’s Bad Boy Story

Just try to keep up with the flurry of images in Daniel Kaufman’s “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop,” a whirl through the history of Sean Combs and Bad Boy, the entertainment company he founded and that often dominated hip-hop and R&B in the 1990s and 2000s.

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Billboard Puff Daddy Talks ‘Can’t Stop Won’t Stop’ Documentary, 20th Anniversary of ‘No Way Out’ & The Importance of Black Excellence

For over 25 years, Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs has hustled his way through the music industry. His unapologetic approach to hard work helped him forge an indomitable empire with Bad Boy Records in the 1990s.

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Rolling Stone Sean Combs Debuts ‘Bad Boy’ Doc Trailer at BBMAs

On what would have been the Notorious B.I.G.’s 45th birthday, Sean “Diddy” Combs took to the Billboard Music Awards.

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Billboard Bad Boy Family Delivers ‘Saga of Black Excellence’ at Tribeca

Growing up in his childhood home in Mount Vernon, New York, Sean Combs admits he was jealous of the neighbors swimming in their pool in front of his stoop.

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People Biggie Smalls’ 20-Year-Old Son: ‘I Live My Life by His Words’

The son of the late rapper Biggie Smalls made a rare appearance on Sunday’s BBMAs to pay tribute to his father on what would have been the star’s 45th birthday.

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Variety Film Review: ‘Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis’

The terrorist attack that claimed 89 lives on Nov. 13, 2015 in Paris’ Bataclan theater was probably the first time most had heard of the rock act playing that night.

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The Hollywood Reporter Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids : Film Review | TIFF 2016

Before the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids, the performer confessed to the crowd, “I basically stalked Jonathan Demme to do this.”

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