Jay Z ‘MADE IN AMERICA’ Documentary

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Jay Z captures a moment in time in his Made in America documentary. After premiering at the Toronto Film Festival last month, the 95-minute film, which was shot during the inaugural festival in Philadelphia in 2012, aired last night on Showtime.

Produced by Jay Z and directed by Oscar winner Ron Howard, the all-access backstage pass features performances and interviews with a diverse lineup of artists including D’Angelo, The Hives, Odd Future, Rita Ora, Pearl Jam, Jill Scott, Kanye West, and Jay Z.

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