John E. Dirt (Trailer)
A rebellious rock star wakes up in a rehabilitation center more reminiscent of Kafka's castle than the Betty Ford clinic. For more John E. Dirt
Mike Watt Documentary: Eyegifts From Minnesota
Mike Watt, the great bassist from Minutemen, fireHose, The Stooges, etc., is the focus of this documentary. After 49 tours across the United States Watt performs his first gig in Duluth at the Norshor Theater then his first show in Saint Paul at the Turf Club. Finally the documentary ends in Minneapolis with his 46th show in as many days at the 7th Street Entry.
Remy Zero, Local H, Incubus Documentary: Save Me from my Half-Life Drive
The film Save Me from my Half-Life Drive is the result of edited EPK footage shot while making music videos for Remy Zero's "Save Me", Local H's "Half-Life" and Incubus' "Drive".
Matchbox Twenty: Theresville
Matchbox Twenty's third studio album "More Than You Think You Are", is the subject of this 2002 documentary.
If one man’s trash is another’s treasure, then Bill Draheim’s cinéma vérité work of art is a proverbial war chest of pungent plunder. Equal parts rock’n’roll retrospective, American allegory, and cautionary chill, Trashfest 2000 reveals to us the gorgon’s head of an endangered American subculture. - William A. Gosline
Detroit: Twenty Minutes with Detroit
Travel back in time to when space and logic mattered for only a few minutes. 1999 is that time and the 7th Street Entry is that space. Once again Detroit pull off another one of their trademark quirky performances.
SUB-LEVEL: The Road to Budafest
This is a short film I directed about the Minneapolis metal band SUB LEVEL. The film follows the bands three performances; 7th Street Entry and First Avenue in Minneapolis, Minnesota and the former Ryan's in Saint Paul, Minnesota; before heading to De Moines, Iowa for Budafest.