The last 10 years saw a lot of music documentaries being made. One of the best music documentaries was produced by the Live Nation Productions, headed by Heather Parry. She became the president of the company in December 2015, and after three years of handling the business, she saw a lot of changes in the industry, and a lot of music documentaries and films that were produced by the Live Nation Productions are earning recognition locally and internationally. One of the most notable documentaries produced by the company under the leadership of Heather Parry would be the story about the return of the Eagles of Death Metal in Paris. It gained recognition for the story, and it was nominated at the Critics’ Choice awards.
Heather Parry stated that her experiences working with managers, celebrities, and musicians allowed her to see through their perspective, understanding the approach that she needs to develop to improve her relationship with her clients. Today, the Live Nation Productions continue to create award-winning musical documentaries and movies, such as Gaga: Five Foot Two, which is being streamed on Netflix, and the story about the Puff Daddy Bad Boy Records. Heather Parry also said that she is hoping to create a project highlighting the story of David Bowie, Beastie Boys, or the band Imagine Dragons. For her, there is a lot of possibilities to include these artists on the company’s next project, but she is also considering their approval for the story that will be created.
Heather Parry is a hard working woman, and she promised that more high-quality musical movies and documentaries will be produced by the Line Nation Productions. She is looking for artists and celebrities who are willing to work with them to create the next flick that would capture the heart of the audiences from around the world through their performances.