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“XXX All Ages XXX” The Boston Hardcore documentary trailer

Promo video for upcoming documentary film “XXX All Ages XXX” The Boston Hardcore has been released.


In order of appearance; Katie “The Kleening Lady Goldman, John Sox (THE F.U’S), Jed Hresko, Jaime Sciarappa (SS DECONTROL), Drew Stone (Film Director / ANTIDOTE), Springa (SS DECONTROL), Angie Sciarappa, Ed Walters
Directer; Drew Stone.
Executive Producer; Duane Lucia,
Producer; Katie “The Cleaning Lady” Goldman”.

Here’s the official word about the film:

“xxx All Ages xxx” is a documentary film that explores the early Boston Hardcore music scene from the years 1981 thru 1984. Unlike earlier films that were centered on the members of the bands, this film delves into the social aspects of that particular era. The community, culture, straight edge and DIY (Do it yourself) ethic of the time are all explored in the project. The film has been in production for two years and 90% of the interviews have been shot in the Suffolk University studio in Boston. Some of the featured interviews are with renowned Author Michael Patrick McDonald (“Easter Rising”, “All Souls”), Actress Christine Elyse McCarthy, Advertising Executive Jonathan Anastas, Thrasher Magazine Editor Jake Phelps, “American Hardcore” Director Paul Rachman, Newbury Comics owner Michael Dreese and the Reverend Hank Pierce. Upon it’s completion “xxx All Ages xxx” will be submitted to film festivals around the world as well as released on DVD with numerous extras.

The origins of the “xxx All Ages xxx” film project go as far back as September 1981. At the time Duane Lucia (Executive Producer) was the owner and operator of the Gallery East performance / art space located in Boston. The Gallery East provided an early “All Ages” venue making it instrumental in giving birth to the upcoming local “Hardcore” scene. Katie “The Kleening Lady” Goldman (Producer) was a communication major and radio personality at Emerson College as well as a driving force in the burgeoning local hardcore scene. She was involved with the promotion of all ages hardcore shows at the gallery including The Mighty CO’s which was fronted by fellow Emerson student Drew Stone (Director). In 2009 the three formed an alliance with the intention of making a documentary film focusing on the early Boston Hardcore scene. It was agreed upon that under the Gallery East name Duane Lucia would finance the project and assume the role of Executive Producer, Katie Goldman would be the film’s Producer and Drew Stone the Director / Editor. Soon after, the initial round of interviews began at Suffolk University’s Studio 73 with Studio Manager Jerry Glendye at the helm.

Along with interviews and archival photos one of the main components of the film will be stylized dramatizations. These dramatizations will recreate specific moments of the era which will accompany the audio from the subject being interviewed.

The film is working towards being released in the fall of 2011.

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