Showing posts with label Mill Valley Film Fest. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mill Valley Film Fest. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

VIDEO: Stevie Nicks and Dave Stewart Q&A Mill Valley Film Festival


Stevie Nicks and Dave Stewart Q&A 
following the screening of Stevie's new documentary
"In Your Dreams - Stevie Nicks"
at The Mill Valley Film Festival - October 12, 2012


Alternate viewing on youtube: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 

 You can also download the Q&A at The Lens

Thank you Kay Delongpre :)
Speaking of documentaries.... 
Dave Stewarts The Ringmaster General documentary premieres in Sydney, Australia Oct 24th at the Cockatoo Island Film Festival. The film features Stevie Nicks along with a whole host of artists. The documentary chronicles the making of Dave's two most recent albums The Blackbird Diaries (Stevie appears on Cheaper Than Free) and The Ringmaster General. 
A second screening will be held at the Canberra International Film Festival November 8, 2012 

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Stevie Nicks talked about recently losing her mother, whom she still "calls on" for advice

A look back at the Mill Valley Film Festival
by Mal Karman
Pacificsun.com
By Steve Jennings

Senior Squeals: If you think 64-year-old mystical songstress Stevie Nicks has seen better days, you weren't at the full house for her documentary In Your Dreams, during which viewers - many of whom we're guessing have grandchildren - were bouncing out of their seats and shrieking the way they did for Elvis decades ago. MVFF audiences are considered fairly sophisticated, but they turned on their bygone juices when Nicks stepped from her limo onto the red carpet in front of the Rafael Film Center. For those of you soooo young you think Fleetwood Mac is a Cadillac with a computer, the onetime Menlo-Atherton High School and San Jose State University student has collectively produced more than 40 Top 50 hits, sold more than 140 million albums, and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. Chatting openly and at a mile-a-minute with strangers after the film, she talked about recently losing her mother, whom she still "calls on" for advice, about leading (by choice) a rather cloistered life, and about her battles to overcome cocaine addiction and dependency on tranquilizers. She confessed to having "the best time in rehab—because it's real" and said it is a lot more challenging to get up in front of 10,000 people when you're sober. Yeah. We can identify with that...

Full Article

Monday, October 15, 2012

Fleetwood Mac member Stevie Nicks Opens Up MVFF35 About Film, Album and Roller Coaster Career


Photo Credit: Pamela Gentile
Stevie Nicks Opens Up MVFF35 About Film, Album and Roller Coaster Career
By Cate Lecuyer
Millvalley.patch

Photo Gallery

In promoting a new documentary about the making of her first solo album in more than a decade, former Fleetwood Mac singer returns to the Bay Area, where she spent some of her most crazy and creative years.

When you listen to Stevie Nicks’ new album, In Your Dreams, sit on a couch with two huge speakers at your side - hopefully in front of a fireplace - pour yourself a glass of port, and take it in from start to finish.

That’s the request Nicks made after the screening of her self-produced documentary Friday night during the 35th Mill Valley Film Festival. The film chronicles the year she spent recording her first solo alum in more than a decade, with Eurythmics' Dave Stewart, who joined Nicks on stage at the sold-out Smith Rafael Film Center in San Rafael.

Nicks' ties to the Bay Area run deep. She lived in San Francisco from 1968 to 1971, and recorded the renowned Fleetwood Mac album Rumours at the former Record Plant in Sausalito during a stretch that had the group regularly piling into the studio's outdoor hot tub.

For this latest album, the magic happened at Nicks’ own mansion in Pacific Palisades  – although the 64-year-old rock 'n' roll icon actually lives with her dog in a one-bedroom condo a few minutes away. With people like Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham, Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and 'her girls,' backup singers Sharon Celani and Lori Nicks, all together under one roof, for Nicks it became “the moments that I live for.”

“I really wanted it to go on forever,” she said. Documenting the experience has been a way for her to relive it, and she also hopes it influences up and coming musicians about how much fun the process of creating an album can be.

Read the full article at Mill Valley Patch

Here's a couple of clips from the Q&A

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Mill Valley Film Festival: Stevie Nicks and Dave Stewart Arriving to Present Documentary

Stevie Nicks and Dave Stewart
Arriving at the Mill Valley Film Fest - Oct 12, 2012
More Arrival Photos at Getty & PRPhotos

Top left photo by Michelle Weitz. Top right by @robdroste showing the line-up waiting to get in.
Bottom left and right by Dave Stewart. He tweeted pics of Stevie and himself backstage waiting to go on.

Saturday, October 06, 2012

SECOND SCREENING: Mill Valley Film Fest. STEVIE NICKS 'In Your Dreams' 10/13 Tickets Available


In Your Dreams: Stevie Nicks
SECOND SCREENING!
Mill Valley Film Festival, Mill Valley, CA
Saturday, October 13 • 3:30pm at CinĂ©Arts@Sequoia • Mill Valley, CA

Rock ‘n’ roll’s eternally bewitching Gold Dust Woman opens her home studio and creative process to musical collaborator, documentary director and former Eurythmics mastermind Dave Stewart as the pair record Stevie’s critically acclaimed 2011 solo album In Your Dreams.

The first screening on October 12th with a Q&A afterwards with Stevie is sold out.  Tickets are still available for the second screening added to the festival on Oct 13th.  Be one of the first to see the new documentary on the west coast!  Stevie unfortunately won't be attending the second screening.

Get your tickets here