Music and film make a particularly powerful combination. For many fans, there is nothing better than getting a glimpse of what an artist is really like in private moments off the stage. For others, little tops having a front-row seat to see a superstar work the concert stage.

Both sides will get their say in the 2014 PopCrush Fan Choice Awards, in which you vote for your pop-culture faves over the past year. Here, you get to pick the best of the best in the category of Best Music Documentary!

Directioners got a better understanding of One Direction in 'Going Our Way.' The film not only shows the amazing story of how 1D got to the top and how they've managed to stay there, it touches on the guys' love lives (including Haylor!). The most recent movie out of the gate, Justin Bieber's 'Believe' is a behind-the-scenes look at his life on the road and at home. It co-stars Biebs' now-famous 'stache.

In 'Life Is but a Dream,' Beyonce offers up a truly intimate portrait, covering sensitive topics paternal (dad Mathew Knowles) and maternal (miscarriage). Spoiler alert: Queen Bey curses! Miley Cyrus boldly shares her plans for world domination in 'The Movement' -- and, true to form, doesn't shy away from the insane amount of hard work it takes to get there.

Madonna is a perfectionist, as everyone knows -- but did everyone know that she personally edited the 'MDNA Tour' concert movie? It's an extravaganza for the eyes and the ears. Jay-Z is so cool that he makes success look easy, but in 'Made in America,' viewers get a look at a mega-mogul hard at work behind the scenes of a star-studded music festival. 'I Am Britney Jean' shows Britney Spears busily preparing for her Las Vegas residency, but is most notable for the vulnerable portrait of a superstar at the crossroads.

Which music movie rocked your world the most, PopCrushers? Vote for the year's best documentary below. Polls close on Tuesday, February 11 at 10AM ET.