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Tower Records Documentary 'All Things Must Pass' Generating Sacramento Film Festival Buzz

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A documentary about the rise and fall of Sacramento-based Tower Records is getting a lot of buzz at the 20th annual Sacramento Film Festival. 224 more words


Friday Fives - future edition

What is the future of radio?

Tough to say, as I have already left radio far, far behind. The current offerings of radio left me nothing, so I left them. 925 more words

Interview with All Things Must Pass Director Colin Hanks & Producer Sean Stuart

Where did the idea for All Things Must Pass come from?

Colin Hanks (Director):  We grew up in Sacramento, a couple of blocks from each other and growing up there has always been a specific pride as Tower Records is from my home town. 1,367 more words


Colin Hanks' Tower Records Documentary Set for September Release

Colin Hanks’ Tower Records documentary “All Things Must Pass” will receive a September release in North America from Gravitas Ventures.

The film, produced by Hanks’ producing partner Sean Stuart of Company Name, world premiered last month at the SXSW Festival. 134 more words


The Rise and Fall of Tower Records: Colin Hanks on His Tribute Doc

The Rise and Fall of Tower Records: Colin Hanks on His Tribute Doc

The actor and filmmaker talks about ‘All Things Must Pass,’ his valentine to the record store that helped define an era…

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Film Review: 'All Things Must Pass'

While focusing on the rise and demise of Tower Records, the fallen retail giant that once billed its flagship location as “The Largest Record-Tape Store in the Known World,” actor-turned-documentarian Colin Hanks also offers glances at the bigger picture of 21st-century recording industry upheavals in “All Things Must Pass.” The movie’s primary audience likely will be baby boomers and Gen Xers who fondly recall the joys of discovery during shopping sprees in brick-and-mortar music stores. 640 more words