I just watched Tom Barbor-Might's Velvet Underground: Under Review ('06), an inexpensive but decently assembled doc about one of the most influential bands of the '60s. It's obviously a bit rougher and splotchier than Todd Haynes' The Velvet Underground, but I honestly kinda prefer it. I found it more accessible, less precious and without so much of an emphasis on John "screechy violin" Cage. Barbor-Might's talking heads include Robert Christgau, Norman Dolph, Malcolm Dome, Clinton Heylin, Billy Name, Maureen Tucker and Doug Yule. (I think.)