Director: Mark Maxey
Thursday, November 15, 2018
6:30 pm / Doors open at 6:00pm
Tickets: $14/$12 in advance
Director Mark Maxey will be in attendance!
Millions of people have been touched by his music, yet few know the journey, hardships and triumphs of American musician and composer W.G. Snuffy Walden. Friends and collaborators share personal stories, laughs and insights about this generous soul who overcame the excesses of rock and roll success to become one of the most beloved composers in television history. Infused with Snuffy’s music throughout, UP TO SNUFF includes scenes from The West Wing, Wonder Years, Sports Night and thirtysomething, and features Aaron Sorkin, Martin Sheen, Tom Arnold, Timothy Busfield, Fred Savage, Marshall Herskovitz, Steve Lukather, Eric Burdon, Snuffy Walden.
November 14-18 marks the 19th annual Sound Unseen Film Festival, featuring the best in narrative, documentary, and short films and music videos. All screenings are MN Premiers that you won't be able to see anywhere else.
Sound Unseen is a cultural organization dedicated to furthering the role of film, music, and art as a conduit of powerful ideas and diverse viewpoints. Our mission is to foster a greater appreciation of cinema while bridging cultures and expanding community. We strive to provide networking opportunities and educational outreach through regular interaction with the best in local, national, and international film, music and art.
Named “One of the 25 Coolest Film Festivals In The World” by Moviemaker Magazine in 2016, the “Best Winter Film Festival” by the Star Tribune 2012, and the “Best of the Fests 2010” from Mpls/St Paul Magazine, Sound Unseen continues its tenure as the region’s premiere films-on-music festival. While bringing the best in documentaries, short films, and music videos it also showcases rare concert footage, interactive panels, and live music events. As part of its year-round presence, Sound Unseen offers a successful monthly screening series and special events throughout the Twin Cities. This diversity in content separates Sound Unseen from the typical outdoor mega concerts and film festivals.