Love Story on the big screen

by Modculture 28 March, 2007

Lovestory
Love Story
– the documentary film of the legendary Los Angeles band Love – is doing a tour of independent cinemas, kicking off with a showing in London.

Love Story covers the band from the beginning through to their disintegration in 1968 following the completion of the band’s masterpiece Forever Changes. Filmed in 2005 & 2006, it features the last ever interviews with band leader Arthur Lee, plus interviews with all surviving original band members – Johnny Echols, Michael Stuart, Alban ‘Snoopy’ Pfisterer and unseen footage of the late Bryan Maclean.

Also taking part are Elektra Records boss Jac Holzman,Producer Bruce Botnick, arranger David Angel, The Doors’ John Densmore, Bobby Gillespie & Mani from
Primal Scream, John & Mick Head from Shack and (oddly) Ken Livingstone.

For full details of the screenings, read on after the turn. And if you want to know more about the film, visit the MySpace site.

Film screenings:

26 Apr 2007: Prince Charles Cinema, London
27 Apr 2007: The Danish Film Institute Cinematheque, Copenhagen
28 Apr 2007: Glasgow Film Theatre, Glasgow
29 Apr 2007: Filmhouse, Edinburgh
5 May 2007: Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff
6 May 2007: Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds
8 May 2007: Mitchell & Kenyon Cinema, Preston
9 May 2007: Broadway, Nottingham
10 May 2007: mac, Birmingham
17 May 2007: Duke of Yorks Picture House, Brighton