Vinylmania is finally released in the USA! You can find it on Amazon.com!
After a jam packed April, Vinylmania is looking towards May! Take a look at next months confirmed screenings so you can find the closest to you -
Planete Doc Review in Warsaw, Poland. May 11-20, 2012. The film will be part of the Music Doc Competition.
Celebrate Record Store Day with Vinylmania - the OFFICIAL Record Store Day Film 2012 - Saturday April 21, 2012!
In occasion of the special day screenings of the film have been taking place all over Europe this week and in US colleges. In Europe two further screenings are programmed for this special weekend: Le Nouveau Latina, Paris. 20 April, 2012 Italian Cultural Institute, Stockholm. 22nd April 2012 Click here to see where Vinylmania is screening in the US - in collaboration with RSD!
We are finally in the month of Record Store Day! Take a look at our April screenings so you can find the closest to you - Chicago Int. Music Festival, USA. April 14, 2012 Rough Trade, London, 18 April, 2012. Cinema Massimo, Turin. 18 April, 2012 Nouveau Latina, Paris. 20 April, 2012 with Philippe Cohen Solal special guest + DJ set Philippe/P.Campana Italian Cultural Institute, Stockholm. 22 April, 2012
The director Paolo Campana and the producer of vinylmania, Edoardo Fracchia interviewed by the Goteborg International Film festival Television...
It is true! And we are ecstatic and honoured to be RSD's official film of 2012. Check out their website for more on Record Store Day 2012, including the appointment of their 2012 ambassador, Iggy Pop! “Vinylmania is a sheer joy to watch. It successfully taps into the cultural explosion surrounding the resurgence of vinyl but it is also about the passion and love of music. Every musician and serious music fan will want to see it.” Michael Kurtz, Record Store Day
Vinylmania: When life runs at 33 revolutions per minute (Paolo Campana, 75”, 2011) will screen at the Goteborg Film Festival on 28th, 29th and 30th January, 2012. Go to this link tobuy the tickets on line. See you there, Vinylmaniacs!