Scott Walker: 30 Century Man

Scott Walker: 30 Century Man

USA, 2008, 95 Minute Running Time
Additional Countries: United Kingdom
Genre/Subjects: Biopic, Documentary, Music
Language: English

MUST END Thursday, March 12
35mm presentation - This first-ever documentary film about Scott Walker's career and music traces his evolution from jobbing bass player on L.A.'s Sunset Strip to his meteoric rise to fame during London's Swinging '60s as lead singer of The Walker Brothers and as a brooding, crooning solo artist, through to his current status as one of the most astonishing and important sound-makers of the last 30 years. Colleagues and collaborators from the '60s to the present weigh in on the evolution of Scott's song writing and often unorthodox working methods and an impressive roster of fans (including David Bowie, Sting, Brian Eno, Radiohead, Jarvis Cocker, Marc Almond) line up to speak about the enormous impact he has had on their lives and music. Four years in the making, director Stephen Kijak's film is a visually stunning and in-depth look at a man who turned his back on fame to follow a very singular and uncompromising artistic path.

DIRECTOR: Stephen Kijak
US Distributor: Oscilloscope Pictures

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