Polygram Entertainment is the film and television arm of Universal Music Group, the world leader in music-based entertainment. Built on the foundation of the world’s most comprehensive and storied music catalog, Polygram develops, produces, and finances music-driven content that inspires and engages fans of all ages around the world. From premium documentaries to original scripted features and scripted and unscripted television, Polygram productions explore the ways in which music shapes culture, informs our worldview, and brings us closer together. Recent projects include Emmy Award-nominated The Bee Gees:  How Can You Mend A Broken Heart? from director Frank Marshall, Critics Choice Documentary Award winners The Go-Go’s from Alison Ellwood and Emmy Award-nominated Beastie Boys Story from director Spike Jonze, as well as Pavarotti, directed by Ron Howard, Hitsville: The Making of Motown and the Emmy Award-winning The Apollo, from director Roger Ross Williams. Polygram Entertainment also produced NBC’s Emmy award-winning series “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.” Upcoming projects include The Velvet Underground feature documentary from Todd Haynes, and a KISS biopic from director Joachim Rønning.