From serial-killer thrillers to 'Stop Making Sense,' mob comedies to a feature-length monologue – the Demme films you need to see ASAP
"He often turned what would be a genre film into a very personal expression," Byrne writes
Musician argues programs are "probably the best investment the government makes"
Former Talking Head and filmmakers Bill and Turner Ross on transforming color-guard-plus-hipster-musicians shows into a peerless documentary
Film of David Byrne's live pairing of musicians and small-town color guard troupes isn't just a concert movie – it's a transcendental experience
Award-winning documentary featuring St. Vincent, Devonté Hynes, Ad-Rock, will see limited release this spring
Award-winning doc that premiered at Tribeca Film Festival slated for 2017 wide release
Talking Heads singer wrote thoughtful essay on gun control on personal website
John Mayer, Nile Rodgers will also headline inaugural New York edition of two-day October fest
Talking Heads singer is part of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 'Louder Than Words: Rock, Power and Politics' exhibit
David Byrne, the Roots and Kimbra took to the stage for surprise performance of "Fame"
Former Talking Head also taps Jamie Lidell for charity reworking of Baby Elephant's "How Does the Brain Wave"
Set of three dates will be band's first since 2014 tour in support of 'Reflektor'
"I found my falsetto because of 'Off the Wall,'" the Weeknd says of King of Pop's breakout solo LP
"It's easy to blame new technologies like streaming services for the drastic reduction in musicians’ income. But on closer inspection we see that it is a bit more complicated," singer writes