Filmhouse @ The Fed: Vinylmania
When Life Runs at 33 Revolutions Per Minute
The Fed Galleries @ KCAD present an ongoing series of film screenings highlighting engaging topics related to art, design, and contemporary culture. All showings are free and open to the public. *Presentation lengths vary.
Vinylmania: When Life Runs at 33 Revolutions Per Minute
"Vinylmania is a documentary about an object that has never lost its soul: the vinyl record. An epic love story, the film is filled with fascinating characters and internationally recognized artists including Philippe Cohen Solal (Gotan Project), Winston Smith (Dead Kennedys, Green Day record sleeve artist), Peter Saville (Joy Division, New Order record sleeve artist) and DJ Kentaro (2002 DMC World DJ Champion). Devotion, ecstasy, infatuation, agony - all feelings that the director of the film, Paolo Campana, has experienced from childhood and shares with like-minded record collectors, DJs, musicians and artists (the said vinylmaniacs) in the documentary. Set in 11 different cities worldwide, the director sets out on a global roadtrip to find out what role vinyl records play in the 21st century." - kanopy.com
Running time: 78 minutes
More information may be found about this film here.