OTHER VERSIONS PRICE
DVD $19.95
DOWNLOAD $9.95
UNLIMITED FREE
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Email This More

Echotone
(ON DEMAND)

DIRECTED BY - Nathan Christ

What is IndiePix On-Demand?


Internationally known as 'The Live Music Capital of the World,' Austin's music culture has led it to become one of the world's most sought-after destinations. As nearly two dozen high-rises pop up throughout the city amidst economic downfall, how does the working musician get along? This lyrical documentary provides a telescopic view into the lives of Austin's vibrant young musicians as they grapple with questions of artistic integrity, commercialism, experimentation, and the future of their beloved city. Directed by Nathan Christ and photographed by Robert Garza, the New York Times Critics' Pick and one of Paste Magazine's Top Documentaries of 2011, Echotone, is a cultural portrait of the modern American city examined through the lyrics and lens of its creative class.



other videos:
Official Trailer, You Really Got Me Goin' by Belaire, Sugarfoot by Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears, We'll Meet Again Someday, or We Won't and Burn Burn Burn Burn by Bill Baird, Baby Blue Sky by Dana Falconberry

echotone_concert
echotone_kid
echotone_glasses

Film Info

RUNTIME - 88 minutes

RATING - Not Rated

YEAR - 2010

COUNTRY - United States

LANGUAGE - English

ATTRIBUTES - Widescreen, Stereo

SPECIAL FEATURES (DVD Only) -


Director

Nathan Christ

Producer

Nathan Christ

Producer

Justin Gilley

Producer

Nicholas Jayanty

Producer

Victor Moyers

Producer

Daniel Perlaky

Editor

Nathan Christ

more/less

Press

"8 out of 10! Instead of just hearing facts and dates, you leave Echotone with a true appreciation of these talented human beings." - Paste Magazine

"Go see it. It's beautifully shot. It's loud. It's terrific." - Dallas Observer

"Clear-eyed, atmospherically rich. A study in urban conflict." - Chicago Tribune

"The crowd was loud, legit, and excited as hell. The film glided along weightlessly, a timely valentine with purpose." - The Onion AV Club

"An aural symphony of civic dischord with sublime visuals" - Chicago Sun-Times

"4.5 out of 5! Echotone will captivate starving artists everywhere." - Hollywood Chicago

"The Best (Free) Soundtrack We've Ever Seen." - Paste Magazine

 

more/less

Customer Reviews