Sound + Vision presents Breadcrumb Trail

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Showings

Hollywood TheatreSun, Mar 23, 2014 7:00 PM Event Date Passed
 
Series
Series:Sound + Vision
Links
Trailer:View Here
Promotions
Promos in Effect:Chinook Book (YES)
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Film Info
Genre:Documentary
Music
Released:2014
Format:Digital
Rating:NR
Run Time:1hr 30mins
Country:USA
Language:English
Cast & Crew
Director:Lance Bangs

Description

Sponsored by Lagunitas Brewing
Director Lance Bangs in Attendance

Two definitive epochs mark underground rock of the last few decades: BS (Before Slint) and AS (After Slint). A staple of the Louisville, KY, scene before their 1990 album Spiderland definitively laid down the gauntlet and provided a road map for untold scores of “post-rock” bands around the globe to follow, the short-lived but long-loved Slint has remained one of music fandom’s most mythical, sphinxlike bands — but Breadcrumb Trail, the brand-new documentary by Lance Bangs, now reveals the minds behind the life-changing music.

Throughout the ‘80's, the members of Slint grew up forming bands, breaking up and reforming in different configurations: playing hardcore shows while still in elementary school, touring with Samhain as 14-year-olds, recording as melodic hardcore band Squirrel Bait at 15, forming Slint in their late teens and recording the classic Spiderland before they were 21. And then — they broke up before the album’s release, giving no interviews and vanishing into their own shadows. After two decades have passed, Bangs has assembled unseen footage of the teens writing/arranging Spiderland, as well as the first on-camera interviews with the band members and their contemporaries trying to decipher what they had been through. Also featuring Steve Albini, Ian Mackaye, David Grubbs, David Yow, James Murphy and archival material from Will Oldham! (Synopsis courtesy of Cinefamily)


SOUND + VISION showcases new or existing collaborations between musicians and filmmakers as a means of exploring how the moving image informs musical performance and vice versa. Past events showcased new work by Spike Jonze, never-before-seen works in progress by Michel Gondry and Lance Bangs, and performances by Bill Callahan, Jeffrey Jerusalem, Robin Pecknold (Fleet Foxes), Sufjan Stevens, Hurry Up (featuring members of the Thermals), Eluvium and the Corin Tucker Band, among others. Guest programmers have included Lance Bangs, Carrie Brownstein, Claire L. Evans and Matt McCormick.

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