America's Lost Band

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Showings

Green Hills Cinema - Theater 3Wed, Apr 22, 2009 9:00 PM
Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L07f7kBPQvs
Not Available  
 
Green Hills Cinema- Theater 14Thu, Apr 23, 2009 5:00 PM Not Available  
 

Description

Directed By: Michael Stich

Screenwriter: Fred Cantor
Year: 2008
Running Time: 66 min
Format: Color and BW
Language: English
Producer: Fred Cantor and Michael Stich
Cinematographer: Lauri Moorman
Editor: Filmlook
Music: The Remains
Sound: Clyde Kaplan
Cast: Barry Tashian, Vern Miller, Bill Briggs, Chip Damiani, Peter Wolf (narrator)
In Attendance: The Remains
'Had these Boston bad boys stuck it out beyond their 1966 debut, we might today be calling them--and not the Stones--the World's Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band. As it is, The Remains most certainly are America's greatest lost band,' - Mark Kemp, June 2007 Paste Magazine.

The Remains appeared on Ed Sullivan, opened for the Beatles, and then broke up just on the brink of fame. America's Lost Band is a documentary of The Remains' return to Los Angeles for the first time in 40 years - since opening for the Beatles - a film that follows a group of 60-year-old musicians back together pursuing their passion. It's the story of what happens when a band reaches the cusp of rock greatness, but doesn't make it over the final hurdle ? and what happens when they put the past aside to renew the pursuit for greatness.

Preceded by: Electric Revolution, (Mark Moorman, 11 minutes, USA) which documents Gage Brewer's world premiere performance of the electric guitar in Wichita, Kansas in 1932.
Trailer: Click Here

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