BOY HOWDY! THE STORY OF CREEM: AMERICA'S ONLY ROCK'N'ROLL MAGAZINE

@@Woodshed Agency is excited to welcome New Rose Films as its newest client.@@ We'll be helping them bring global attention to their next project, a documentary film about CREEM Magazine, the greatest upstart rock'n'roll magazine the world has ever known. CREEM was a home grown Detroit publication that gave voice to a generation of rock'n'roll fans and changed the face of journalism. 

New Rose Films is filmmaker Scott Crawford, who's spent much of his life devoted to documenting independent culture. He launched Harp magazine in 2001 and served as its Editor-in-Chief for over seven years. He also went on to launch the online music portal Blurt in 2009. His 2015 debut feature-length documentary, Salad Days: A Decade of Punk in Washington, DC was critically-acclaimed, receiving accolades from the NY Times, The Washington Post, Variety, Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, Rolling Stone, MTV, and many more. Theatrical screenings sold out worldwide, and the DVD debuted on the Billboard DVD Top 10. The film ranked in the Top 50 IMDB documentaries for 2015 and also, won the "Audience Award" at the 2015 Noise Pop Festival and "Best Overall Documentary" at the 2015 Asbury Park Film Festival. Now partnered on this project with J.J. Kramer, the son of CREEM founder Barry Kramer, Scott aims to bring the story of CREEM to the big screen in the way it absolutely needs to be told, with dozens of interviews, insider and Kramer family stories, and the rock'n'roll soundtrack it deserves.

@@We're music fans, and Detroiters, and creative upstarts ourselves.@@ We couldn't be more excited to be working with Scott and J.J. on this. Get on our list to be notified when the Kickstarter campaign launches. You won't want to miss it.

 


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