Professor Louie & The Crowmatix – Music From Hurley Mountain

Grammy Nominated Professor Louie & The Crowmatix from their Rock n Roll barn create a musical journey about the history of Americana town, Hurley, NY.

With interviews and untold stories by members of The Hurley Heritage Society, the film is the work of Cine Golden Eagle winning Director, Bruce Connors, who has incorporated visuals and imagery that together tell the history of this farming community from the Revolutionary War to present day.

Some back story: For one month, Hurley was the capital of the State of New York. It was also the location for the first Assembly meeting for the state. And, there was an inn which came a bit later. The Inn began during the early 19th century as the “Suspension Bridge House.” About the beginning of the 20th century it was renamed the Hurley Hotel, featuring a tavern and a one chair barber shop. During the early 1970s it was renamed the Hurley Mountain Inn. For a few years it was known as a biker bar, but then a NY State Trooper barracks was placed directly across the street and the tavern became a tame flag-festooned family place.

The film touches upon The American Revolutionary War, regional farming and the history Of New York State.

2020 / 44 minutes / English / A film by Bruce Connors

HOW TO ORDER:

Public Performance and Digital Site Licenses are available through Soundview Media Partners. To inquire or to place an order, write to info@soundviewmediapartners.com or simply choose from the options below:

License Options

For group screening prices, please inquire.

In-home/personal use copies are available on Amazon: https://amzn.to/37UI2sV

WATCH THE TRAILER

From the Holocaust to Hollywood – The Robert Clary Story

I Danced for the Angel of Death

Margaret Atwood: A Word After A Word After A Word Is Power

“A complex look at the leading light, if not the inventor, of that strange construction called Canadian Literature, and now also the reigning prophet of the globe’s dystopic future” – The Ex-press

A critically acclaimed new documentary about the author of “The Handmaid’s Tale”: Margaret Atwood, the film explores Atwood’s “backstory”, her early days in the Canadian wilderness and as a poet. Atwood’s novels are also explored, including her latest, The Testaments, the highly anticipated sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale. Personal stories are shared by friends, family and, of course, directly by Atwood herself.

Winner — Best Documentary / San Luis Obispo Documentary Festival

The Globe and Mail called the film “Intimate and poetic“.

“We get a rare glimpse at the author’s practice as she completes the final chapters of The Testaments on planes, on boats and on the road.” – CBC

“If you’re looking for a rough guide to her life and work, with extensive segments on the project that made her a household name, this will do.” – Now

2019 / 93 minutes / color / English language / A film by Peter Raymont and Nancy Lang

HOW TO ORDER:

Public Performance and Digital Site Licenses are available through Soundview Media Partners. To inquire or to place an order, write to info@soundviewmediapartners.com or simply choose from the options below:

License Options

For group screening prices, please inquire.

In-home/personal use copies are available on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3aurp98

Watch the trailer

Black Gold Rush

You’re Looking at Me Like I Live Here and I Don’t

FAHRENHEIT 9/11

Harvest, The

Golda’s Balcony

Navajo