Rock Camp: The Movie
Director: Douglas Blush, Renee Barron Run Time: 87 min. Rating: NR
Starring: Alice Cooper, Lita Ford, Nancy Wilson, Roger Daltry, Sebastian Bach
Presented in the Virtual Screening Room in partnership with Tuckman Media
“The past year has been difficult for everybody… If you’ve ever played an instrument, been in a band, been to a concert, or you’re just an avid rock ‘n’ roll fan, you’ll escape into the fantasy and have some well-deserved fun.”
– Chuck Foster, Film Threat
About the film:
Rock Camp: The Movie is a backstage pass to Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp where lucky campers get to meet, learn from, and play with rock legends like Roger Daltry, Alice Cooper, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Nancy Wilson, Joe Perry, Jeff Beck, Slash, and countless others.
Since 1996, music producer and camp founder David Fishof has connected these super fans with their heroes. This new documentary follows the journeys of four campers who overcome challenges and live out their dreams through music.
Read more on capturing their inspirational stories from co-director Doug Blush in an interview by Ed Rampell for Rock Cellar Magazine.
About the filmmakers:
A member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, co-director Doug Blush has worked on over 100 documentary projects as producer, editor, writer, and cinematographer. He co-founded production company MadPix Films with three projects winning Academy Awards—Morgan Neville’s Grammy-winning heartfelt tribute to backup singers 20 Feet from Stardom (2013), Bryan Fogel’s Icarus (2017) exposing Russia’s Olympic doping program, and Rayka Zehtabchi’s Period. End of Sentence. (2018) which had its world premiere in Ohio at the 2018 Cleveland International Film Festival where it won Best Documentary Short.
Feature debut for co-director Renee Barron, a self-taught, Emmy Award-winning film editor whose projects have included episodes of NBC’s Last Comic Standing, A&E’s Intervention and Amazon Studio’s Eat. Race. Win., among many others.See all virtual titles