Seattle Office of Film + Music


LOCALLY MADE FOLK MUSIC DOCUMENTARY “FRANK FAIRFIELD” SCREENING AT SIFF 2011
May 20, 2011, 12:39 pm
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Greg Vandy of KEXP’s The Roadhouse radio show produced a short documentary film on old time folk musician Frank Fairfield. Working with director Austin Wilson, the co-founder and creative director of More Dust Than Digital the Seattle based video based production company, the team divulges into the life and mind of a young musician with of a love of 78RPM records and “eternal” music. Their film has been accepted by South By Southwest, Indie Grits Film Fest Festival, Memphis International Film Festival, LA Film + Music Festival and will screen at the Seattle International Film Festival on May 29 and 30. The short documentary will be screened as part of the festival with the movie Surrogate Valentine. You can watch the official trailer here. Click the link above to learn more about the film, Frank Fairfield and the SIFF 2011 screening.

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Great to hear a new voice making that old mountain sound –
Best Ive heard out of the US for a long time

BM
Auckland
New Zealand

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