Some GREAT music films to see at this year's SF DocFest!

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The Secret Song chronicles the final months of Doug Goodkin’s fabled 45-year career teaching music to children in San Francisco.
Iconoclastic Bay Area bluesman Fantastic Negrito faces his demons as he records his third Grammy-winning album. Digging deep into his turbulent past, he searches to answer the question: in a sick society, how do you keep from going crazy?
In Cuba, influences from Africa and Europe merge to create a unique colorful culture. Its wildly pulsating heart is the music and dance scene, which extends far beyond Latin jazz, Buena Vista Social Club and salsa. Havana in particular, is a bubbling cauldron of musical, rhythmic creativity with hypnotic sounds of clave, drums, traditional songs and popular hits. The Caribbean island lives music!

Annie Lennox is the voice that marked the 80s with the group Eurythmics. A formidable performer, as well as a complex and tormented woman, she became both an icon and a committed citizen. We will discover what drives the woman, by plunging back into her singular musical universe.
Intimate portrait of a punk rocker like no other. Filmed in Miami, New York, Berlin, Athens, Paris, Iggy pop talks about his past, his present, his concerts and his projects..With his friends and partners: Johnny Depp, John Waters, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Nick Kent, Béatrice Dalle.

An up-close cinematic walkabout through the life of Gary Young, the original (and highly unlikely) drummer of indie rock royalty, and Stockton's own, Pavement.

Thank you to the DocFest sponsors!