As well as being deep into music, MCA was a fan of movies to the point of founding an indie film distribution company called Oscilloscope Laboritories. The company quickly found an important place in the indie film world.
Paste has put together a list of Oscilloscope's best films. I'll start you off with #10. You can find the rst here.
10. Shut Up and Play the Hits (2012), Will Lovelace and Dylan Southern
A year ago, hundreds of friends and thousands of fans converged on Madison Square Garden for LCD Soundsystem’s farewell performance. All the while, the cameras were rolling, resulting in Shut Up And Play the Hits, a documentary that follows James Murphy and the band in the days leading up to, during and after the tumultuous four-hour farewell. Directors Will Lovelace and Dylan Southern use a staggering number of cameras and crosscut liberally to provide an experience that’s arguably even better than seeing the band live (okay, maybe not quite that good but…). And the scenes outside the concert footage are equally compelling. —Michael Dunaway/Bo Moore