Vans Off The Wall and Cinedigm Entertainment Group will present NO ROOM FOR ROCKSTARS in theaters across the country in an exclusive, one-night engagement on Thursday, March 1, 2012.
The feature documentary is produced by Stacy Peralta and Agi Orsi (Dogtown and Z-Boy; Riding Giants)
, and directed by Parris Patton (Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who
), with Cecy Rangel as co-producer and Doug Palladini as executive producer. For a complete list of cities, theaters and showtimes for NO ROOM FOR ROCKSTARS
, please visit: www.noroomforrockstars.com
The one-night event at Santa Monica’s Laemmle’s Monica 4-plex includes a special appearance by NO ROOM FOR ROCKSTARS'
creators including Peralta, Orsi, Rangel, Patton and Palladini; featured band, Suicide Silence, will also attend. NO ROOM FOR ROCKSTARS
made its world premiere at the 2012 Slamdance Film Festival and will play next month at South By Southwest (SXSW). It will be released on iTunes on April 2 and DVD on May 15.
About NO ROOM FOR ROCKSTARS
For 17 years, the Vans Warped Tour has been a punk rock juggernaut, a misfit circus crisscrossing North America every summer as a wandering minstrel show for youth culture. Embracing a powerful, unifying ethic created by its founder Kevin Lyman, the Vans Warped Tour has grown and prospered as the music industry itself imploded and continues to sift through the rubble in search of a new way forward. Along the way, Warped has provided a launching pad for a dizzying array of talent from Green Day and Blink 182 to Ice-T, Eminem and No Doubt, along with perennial punk legends such as Pennywise, All, Bouncing Souls and Bad Religion.
With more than 300 hours of film shot during the 2010 tour, NO ROOM FOR ROCKSTARS
documents the true stories of modern era rock and roll from every possible angle. From the kids in the van playing parking lots to gain notice, to the veteran stage manager whose life was saved by the tour, to the musician who crosses over to mainstream success while on the road, NO ROOM FOR ROCKSTARS
is cinema vérité story-telling at its finest. A historical retrospective or concert film this is not. NO ROOM FOR ROCKSTARS
is meaningful insight into the current state of rock and roll and the zeitgeist of youth culture. Running Time: 97 minutes.