This Marks the 13th Collaboration between Abramorama and Shakey Pictures Spanning Sixteen Years
Abramorama today announced a partnership with Shakey Pictures and Reprise / Warner Records to release the latest Neil Young film Mountaintop across North America on October 22, 2019 and in Europe and South American on November 18, 2019. Two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Neil Young continues his 50-year odyssey with Crazy Horse, this time in the mountains of Colorado with Mountaintop, a Bernard Shakey + Dhlovelife film with cinematographer Adam C.K. Vollick. Abramorama will release the Shakey Pictures film across North America and around the world, including France, Australia, Germany, the UK and Latin America. This marks the 13th time that Abramorama has collaborated with Bernard Shakey, dating back to Greendale and including Jonathan Demme’s trilogy, The Bernard Shakey Film Retrospective and the rerelease of Human Highway.
Mountaintop is a raw and extremely unfiltered look at the process of Neil Young with Crazy Horse making their 1st album in 7 years. Witness the laughter, tensions, crusty attitudes & love, of a rock & roll band that’s been together for 50 years as they share their passion, first and foremost… for the music.
Abramorama CEO Richard Abramowitz commented, ”The only thing better than working on a Bernard Shakey film is working on another Bernard Shakey film. Providing fans around the world with the opportunity to see how Neil and the band put it all together is a particularly rare and exciting experience.”
“This is not a f#*king recording – this is a band!” is one of the quotes from the film, as the band lets loose in the studio.
“Mountaintop,” (USA, 92 Minutes, English – Not Rated) – Abramorama and Shakey Pictures present a film by Bernard Shakey + Dhlovelife. Music by Neil Young with Crazy Horse. Edited by Jason Dopko. Director of Photography Adam C.K. Vollick. Executive Producer Gary Ward. Music Producers Neil Young, John Hanlon. For more information and tickets please visit www.mountaintopthemovie.com. An Abramorama Global Theatrical Release.
About “Colorado” by Neil Young with Crazy Horse
“Colorado,” the brand new studio album by Neil Young with Crazy Horse is set for release on October 25 via Reprise Records. This is the first new music since 2012’s critically acclaimed “Psychedelic Pill.” “Colorado” was recorded in the studio in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and produced by Young and John Hanlon. Mountaintop is the visual companion piece to COLORADO and offers and exclusive behind the scenes view into the making of this extraordinary album. Together, the two components capture the singular vision of our greatest songwriting force and his influential band exposed in their most honest and raw environment.
Abramorama is the preeminent global theatrical distribution and rights management partner for documentary and music films and is recognized for the consistent high quality of its work on award winning feature films. An innovator in the focused, personalized form of film marketing, promotion, distribution and event cinema, Abramorama provides invaluable alternatives to filmmakers while continuing to trail-blaze exciting new pathways for filmmakers to find their audience.
?Over the course of nearly 20 years, Abramorama has successfully distributed and marketed hundreds of films, including Ron Howard’s Grammy Award®-winning The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years; The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine; Stanley Nelson’s Miles Davis: Birth of The Cool; John McDermott’s Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church; Amir Bar-Lev’s Long Strange Trip – The Untold Story of the Grateful Dead; Tabbert Fiiller’s The Public Image Is Rotten; Danny Clinch and Pearl Jam’s Let’s Play Two; Corbett Redford and Green Day’s Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk; John Scheinfeld’s Chasing Trane – The John Coltrane Documentary; Roberta Grossman and Nancy Spielberg’s Who Will Write Our History; Brett Bern’s BANG! The Bert Berns Story; Brett Morgen and National Geographic’s seminal Jane; Charles Ferguson’s Time To Choose; Asif Kapadia’s Senna; Neil Young’s vast catalog of Bernard Shakey Productions; Cameron Crowe’s Pearl Jam Twenty; Sacha Gervasi’s Anvil! The Story of Anvil; Banksy’s Academy Award nominated Exit Through the Gift Shop; the surprise indie hit Awake: The Life of Yogananda; Laurie Anderson’s astonishing New York Times critics’ pick, Heart of a Dog; National Board of Review Winner Listen to Me Marlon; 2016 Documentary Academy Award-nominee and IDA Best Documentary Winner The Look of Silence; and the episodic multi-platform seriesDeconstructing The Beatles. Abramorama is a founding partner of The Seventh Art Stand program, an act of cinematic solidarity against Islamophobia, that ran in more than 50 theaters across the United States in May of 2017. Abramorama recently launched a conscious films imprint, Mangurama, alongside its music-centric film fund focused on the global release of iconic music documentaries. For more information visit www.abramorama.com