If you loved Beyoncé’s most recent concert film, Renaissance, you might enjoy taking a deeper dive into the genre. Here are three more great films that will transport you to a true stadium experience.
Aretha Franklin’s Amazing Grace
In 1972, Aretha Franklin released her transcendent gospel album, “Amazing Grace,” recorded at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts. What you may not know is that Director Sydney Pollack filmed the two-night event with 16-millimeter cameras. He captured Franklin’s mesmerizing performance alongside her band, choir, and congregation. It wasn’t until after Franklin’s passing in 2018 that the film was released publicly. If you haven’t yet, definitely check it out.
Beyoncé’s Homecoming chronicles her awe-inspiring headlining performance at Coachella in 2018, offering a rare glimpse into the meticulous preparation behind the iconic show. The film weaves together music, dance, and cultural traditions from historically Black colleges and universities, paying homage to the rich legacy of Black music and literature.
Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour
If you didn’t get to see her show live, Taylor Swift’s concert film is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the spellbinding experience of her historic performance. This larger-than-life presentation offers a breathtaking view of Swift’s musical journey through her different musical eras.