When: Wed, Dec. 4, 2019 at 7:00 PM
Where: Regal Fenway & RPX, Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA, USA and Fenway Johnnies
Why: More Information
Party like it’s 1969!
The feature documentary “WBCN and The American Revolution” is done and it’s selling out film festivals across the country to great reviews. It’s the story of how a radio station, politics, and rock and roll changed everything. Critics are saying it’s perhaps the first film to tell the true story of the 1960s, and how WBCN helped give birth to indie media.
Next, following festivals, will be showings at theatres and schools starting this fall, a planned national TV broadcast in 2020, and the film available on home video.
Distributing the film beyond festivals and public TV requires additional music rights for the iconic songs in the production. The music artists who wrote the legendary tunes want to be shown the money, and you can’t make a documentary about WBCN without music!
The film’s final fundraising campaign to raise the funds needed for the additional music rights is at the half way point, with half of the needed money raised. Visit: Seethefilm.com
This is your last chance to make a donation, support the film, and get your name in the credits.
And get a great reward with your donation — including an invitation to an exclusive screening of the film at the Regal Fenway Theatre and after-party at Fenway Johnnies in Boston on December 4 with Charles Laquidara, Tommy Hadges, Joe “Mississippi” Rogers, Debbie Ullman, Steven Clean Segal, Dinah Vaprin, Sam Kopper, Al Perry, Bob Slavin, Ron Della Chiesa, David Bieber, Mitchell Kertzman, Matty Siegel, Oedipus, ChaChi, Albert O, and many other special guests. Rumor has it Duane may even be there.
Plus the music of the James Montgomery band with special musical guests. And one lucky donor will win tickets and a “meet and greet” with Suzanne Vega.
Visit SeeTheFilm.com and make your tax-deductible pledge now! Thank you for supporting this landmark non-profit documentary, and hope to see you at the exclusive screening and after-party.
WBCN and The American Revolution is a non-profit production in association with the Center for Independent Documentary, the film’s 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor, and the UMass Amherst Special Collections and University Archives.