A documentary about grunge progenitors, Mudhoney, is being released on DVD in early December called I'M NOW: The Story of Mudhoney. There are two teaser trailers available, which are enticing, but very unsatisfying, previews into the film. It will be available to stream online October 30th.
All info comes courtesy of Sub Pop.
I'M NOW: The Story of Mudhoney online debut October 30
Streaming rental at Distrify;
DVD to see release December 11
On October 30, King of Hearts Productions will release the long-awaited, much-anticipated, and really very good documentary film I'M NOW: The Story of Mudhoney for streaming rental via Distrify. The film will be available for sale on DVD December 11 at both mudhoneymovie.com and subpop.com.
I'M NOW follows Mudhoney's nearly-25-year career, from their early beginnings in the Pacific Northwest through the band’s most recent world tour. Complete with testimonials from friends, music industry veterans, and musicians such as Pearl Jam’s Stone Gossard & Jeff Ament, Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore & Kim Gordon, Soundgarden’s Kim Thayil, Sub Pop's Jonathan Poneman, and the band themselves, the film is the ultimate document of one of the world's most influential and beloved rock bands. The film was directed by Ryan Short and Adam Pease and trailers are available at YouTube: http://youtu.be/HXEj57inuA4 and http://youtu.be/xNlGDxul7cQ.
Fans can also visit mudhoneymovie.com for exclusive presale DVD offers and more.
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