Director John Alexander on his documentary about Wichita soul singer, Rudy Love

Director John Alexander on his documentary about Wichita soul singer, Rudy Love

Director John Alexander on his documentary about Wichita soul singer, Rudy Love

Director John Alexander’s documentary, This Is Love, tells the story of Wichita soul singer extraordinaire, Rudy Love. While his name is one of those best known to crate-digging heads, his influence and talent can be heard on the recordings of Ray Charles, Isaac Hayes, the Soul Searchers, and more. Love was also Sly Stone’s bandleader and tour manager for the...

Source: www.thepitchkc.com/director-john-alexander-on-his-documentary-about-wichita-soul-singer-rudy-love/

‘King Cohen’ himself, Larry Cohen, on the new documentary about his career

'King Cohen' himself, Larry Cohen, on the new documentary about his career

'King Cohen' himself, Larry Cohen, on the new documentary about his career

Listing all of the films made by director Larry Cohen would be pages long, and if you added in the number of TV show episodes, it'd be pages and pages past that. Even if you were to distill it down to the number of Blu-Ray reissues over the last few years, it would be absurdly lengthy. Suffice it to

Source: www.cinepunx.com/Writing/king-cohen-himself-larry-cohen-on-the-new-documentary-about-his-career/

Brad Norman talks about his doc, The Outhouse The Film, which plays Liberty Hall Saturday

Brad Norman talks about his doc, The Outhouse The Film, which plays Liberty Hall Saturday

Brad Norman talks about his doc, The Outhouse The Film, which plays Liberty Hall Saturday

In July 2011, filmmaker Brad Norman announced that he was going to make a film documenting the Outhouse, a punk club in a cornfield three miles east of...

Source: www.pitch.com/arts-entertainment/movies/blog/20978958/brad-norman-talks-about-his-doc-the-outhouse-the-film-which-plays-liberty-hall-saturday

“Brooklyn Rocksteady” documentary now streaming

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qxz-EusQYU[/embed] Argh. Of course the link for this would've shown up just before work today. It's going to be eating me up that all of you are watching this right fricking now while I'm in scads of meetings. But I shall cope, and persevere, and all of you ska fans out there should watch an enjoy the two-years-in-the-making documentary, Brooklyn Rocksteady: The Roots, The Scene & The Culture. You can order DVDs and t-shirts, as well as get it as a name-your-price download.