“Revolutions Per Minute: The Analog Spirit in a Digital World” is now on Facebook. Click here to become a fan. Or, to use Facebook’s newest lexicon, to “like” our movie. At any rate, we’ll be posting clips, screening dates, and more goodies on Facebook, so stay tuned.
We’ll be screening clips from “Revolutions Per Minute” on Thursday, April 22 as part of the St. Michael’s College Journalism and Mass Communications Department senior projects exhibit, which is happening throughout the Alliot Student Center on the St. Michael’s campus. From 4:00-5:30 PM we’ll have a table in the Vermont Room, where you can come and meet we the filmmakers, watch some film clips, and get more information about the film. At 5:30 PM, we’ll move across the hall to Eddie’s Lounge, where we’ll screen ten minutes of the film and have a brief Q+A.
We hope you can come to the exhibit, meet us, and check out all the other cool films, books, and multimedia websites our fellow journalism students have created this past semester.
Also: a “Revolutions Per Minute” DVD is coming soon. Keep tabs on this here blog and we’ll let you know when and where you’ll be able to get it.
Record Store Day is today, Saturday, April 18. It’s a day to celebrate the independent music shop, and you can find tons of exclusive Record Store Day releases, sales, and in-store performances at record stores nationwide today. The two Burlington record stores in our film (Pure Pop and Burlington Records) are taking part, of course. Check out this article about Record Store Day in Burlington, written by Rocket Panda Media team member Sebastian Contratti.
We’ve finished filming on Revolutions Per Minute: The Analog Spirit in a Digital World! We’ll have the entire thing up to screen here very soon, and we’ll let you know when it’s here. In the mean time, check out this clip of our interview with Rough Francis singer Bobby Hackney Jr. and footage from their March 27 show at The Monkey House in Winooski (and if you don’t know the amazing Rough Francis story, get caught up here).