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This documentary follows the exploits of performance artist Bryony Kimmings and her 10-year-old niece Taylor as they embark on a mission attempting to create a new kind of popstar. Dissatisfied with the current world of pop music, believing it to be overly sexualised and commercialized, the two set out to create a new popstar role model for young audiences, specifically targeting 7 to 12-year-old girls. They set themselves ambitious goals – which they dub ‘Fame Aims’ – to measure any potential success, such as getting one million views on YouTube, and having a song played on national radio. 'Credible Likeable Superstar Role Model' is an uplifting and insightful documentary which shines a light on the media and music industries.
The true story of Palestinian singer Mohammed Assaf who, growing up in Gaza, aspired to compete on the reality TV show ‘Arab Idol’.
11+ years 99 mins
A behind the scenes look at One Direction, charting their growth from X Factor hopefuls to the biggest boy band in the world.
7–14 years 88 mins
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