Thursday, April 06, 2006

Stewart Copeland's Documentary


Last night Chelle and I attended the screening of Everyone Stares at the ArcLight in Hollywood. In 1978 Stewart Copeland, the drummer from The Police, started cataloging his band's rise to the top through the lense of his 8 milimeter movie camera. 20 years after they disbanded he has edited down his years of filming into a 75 minute documentary. I especially liked it, being a drummer myself, because most often the shots are from his vantage points.

After the screening, Stewart took questions from the crowd. Police guitarist, Andy Summers was also in attendance, however, Sting was in Italy. When we finished the Q&A we all loaded into the HollyTrolley and it took us to a private after party at King King. If you love The Police like I do - then see this film!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

ahh dude crowe you are sooo vip playa!

Mo said...

I LOVE The Police. Have all their stuff. I'll check this film out. I loved Rumble Fish (Copeland's first major league film). So what are you still doing in Cali? I'm confused...I don't know what you're doing. By the way...got any single friends you can hook me up with out here? lol I need to have some fun!