2013 – Pacing The Cage follows Bruce as he performs in sold out shows, records his live Slice O Life CD, and participates in a series of benefit concerts. Cameras also follow Bruce to his home for a candid conversation about his views on everything from religion to parenthood. The documentary will shed new light on Bruce’s spirituality, and his thoughts on activism, politics, and writing. The DVD features never before seen live performances of songs from his 40–plus year catalogue of music.
2008 – Producer/director Robert Lang and cinematographer Guy Clarkson accompany musician Bruce Cockburn as he returns to the spectacular Himalayan country of Nepal after twenty years away.
2001 – My Beat: The Life & Times of Bruce Cockburn is an intimate one-hour documentary that explores the life, music, passion and inspiration of a Canadian music icon.
His life informs his music. He has consistently expressed and maintained political views that haven’t endeared him to a mainstream audience.
In 1998, acclaimed singer/songwriter and activist Bruce Cockburn traveled to Mali, West Africa with a documentary film crew, led by producer/director Robert Lang.
Over the course of several weeks, Bruce traversed this country, over half of it hugging the Sahara Desert, exploring its roots, people, ancient cultures, musical traditions and the ongoing struggle against drought and desertification.