“Love Is All You Need“
How would you live if you couldn’t Love? A conceptual film that reverses what is known as ’straight’ and ‘gay’….
Join Wingspan Pictures for their Party and Benefit Gala!!!!
Come have some fun and “be a special part of a good cause!!!!!!”
Location: The Other Door (formerly Moonshadow Bar)
10437 Burbank Blvd.
$5 door cover
$5 suggested donation to WSP towards www.loveisallyouneedthemovie.com
Visit the official website for more info : LOVEISALLYOUNEEDTHEMOVIE.COM
If you can’t make it to the event, you may also donate via their Indie Go-Go Fundraiser page: http://www.indiegogo.com/Love-Is-All-You-Need-
Watch the video below for more info about the film from Producer Rachel Diana and Director/Writer K.Rocco Shields
Stephin Merritt of the Magnetic Fields and STRANGE POWERS co-director Gail O’Hara will participate in Q&A’s after the 7:40 screenings at the Sunset on Friday and Saturday, November 5th and 6th.
“FANS WILL DROOL AT THE ACCESS… AND SURE TO TURN ON NEW LISTENERS.” – Variety
“EXQUISITE AND WELL-BALANCED.” – KEXP
“INTIMATE AND REVEALING” – Toronto Now
With his unique gift for memorable melodies, lovelorn lyrics and wry musical stylings that blend classic Tin Pan Alley with modern sounds, Stephin Merritt has distinguished himself as one of contemporary pop’s most beloved and influential artists. Both a prolific recording artist and composer of theater and film scores, he performs most famously as the Magnetic Fields, whose 1999 three-disc opus 69 Love Songs is widely considered a masterpiece of traditional songcraft and irresistible synthpop.
Ten years in the making, Strange Powers explores Merritt’s songwriting and recording process, and focuses on his relationships with his bandmates and longtime manager Claudia Gonson, revealing an artist who has produced one of the most engaging and confounding bodies of work in the contemporary American songbook.
“An artfully rendered spin on the familiar…Strange Powers doesn’t necessarily take the kinds of risks that Merritt does, whether in his art, in his career or on his bike. But even with the narrative stacked in his favor, Merritt is no less fascinating a figure — and a few stars in its eyes doesn’t make this look at his life and his work any less engaging.” (Ian Buckwalter, NPR)
For more info visit the official film site
photo by Jessy Plume