It’s been months and I apologize.
First off thank you to everyone who made the “Who is Lydia Loveless?” KickStarter such a success. You guys rock. As will this film. We’ve set up a website here.
As I write this I’m listening to the gorgeous 6-LP “Live at Carnegie Hall” box set from Ryan Adams. While I haven’t been in love with Ryan’s newest records, live he still astounds. And live solo, he takes your breath away. This is a truly magnificent record.
We’ve got a lot of film news. Getting ready for the “A Dog Named Gucci” sound mix. The closing credits song, which I’ve been hinting at for over a year is done. It’s beautiful. It will make you cry. Dean Falcone did a brilliant job of bringing together this amazing collection of vocalists and musicians. He’s my music producer of the year. Wait until you see the list of people involved. Wait until you hear the song! Where and when you can see the film will be announced soon. Keep an eye on the website.
And if you clicked that link, you noticed that we are throwing our second documentary film party in New Haven this June. Yes, NHdocs returns. For three days this time around. So much bigger! Admission is still free. If you are in Connecticut, come and enjoy a collection of amazing documentaries.
Yes, “A Dog Named Gucci” is screening…but immediately before it we will present the World Premiere of the trailer for “Pizza, A Love Story,” our upcoming documentary on the holy trinity of pizza (Sally’s, Pepe’s, Modern). Time to get excited.
We’ve also got two new films that we’ll be announcing soon…one that takes us back to Minneapolis, and the other…well, let’s just keep that one a secret for now. Let’s just say it’s very “smart.”
All for now. Thank you for reading…