RHINO RESURRECTED + BRUTE FORCE LIVE!
Keith Shapiro | É.-U. 2011| 73 min.
22 SEPT, 17H00, FILM BOX
(Quartiers POP – 3450 St-Urbain, 3rd Flr)
A film about our lost collective music experience told through the insane but true story of Rhino Records, the maverick store and label.
Rhino Resurrected is the iconoclastic story of a ramshackle little record store that became a hub of hardcore music misfits, a launching pad for influential music careers, and a groundbreaking and irreverent record label revered by music lovers worldwide. The inspiration for the film came in spring 2011 when the founder of Rhino, Richard Foos, opened a “pop-up” record store that tried to re-create the “Rhino” vibe and quickly turned into a celebration of and elegy for a music culture that’s all but lost.
Print Source :
Keith Shapiro, director : firstname.lastname@example.org
Plays with the short film :
Ben Steinbauer | USA 2012 | 15min.
In 1967, Brute Force had just released his first album on Columbia Records and was on the brink of becoming a star. The Beatles championed his next single, “King of Fuh,” to be released on Apple Records. But dreams of fame and fortune quickly turned into nightmares when the record was censored and permanently shelved. In 2010, Sony and Apple reissued Brute Force’s controversial music from the sixties, giving him another chance to re-capture his dreams of rock stardom.
Brute Force and Daughter of Force will perform live before the screening and be available after the feature for a Q+A!
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