Spotlight on Film: On 9/23 Starling Cinema Presents an Except from “Buried in the Mix at Public Works!

The Punk Rock Sewing Circle is pleased to show an excerpt from Starling Cinema’s documentary Buried in the Mix at the SF Punk Renaissance Opening Extravaganza at Public Works. Buried in the Mix is in the final stages of production and will be released in 2016! BURIED IN THE MIX explores the early San Francisco punk music scene: its bands, its characters, their lives, loves, and losses. 

This feature length documentary retraces life’s tumultuous path with some of the individuals who built a vibrant punk culture, characterized by the unbridled creativity for which San Francisco is known.

This compelling film comprises historic video and iconic imagery alongside contemporary interview and performance footage by such punk pioneers as Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys, Guantanamo School of Medicine), Penelope Houston and Greg Ingraham (Avengers), Ted Falconi (Flipper), Mia Simmans (Frightwig), Fritz Fox (Mutants), Bob Clic (The Lewd), author Patrick O’Neil (Gun, Needle, Spoon), photographers Ruby Ray and Bobby Castro, and many other artists.

Buried In The Mix” combines these elements to create a collage of stories that reveal the San Francisco punk movement in its raw, raging glory, highlighting the inspired rebellion of early punk, rebellion that is needed today more than ever.

Currently in the final stages of production, “Buried In The Mix” will screen at select venues in late 2015 with a broader release targeted for 2016. “Buried in the Mix” is produced by Starling Cinema.

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