Coming off of their 2009 Sundance Grand Jury Prize award-winning film We Live In Public, executive producers Sean McKeough and Vladimir Radovanov are set to help introduce a second film to American audiences entitled Echotone.
Echotone is a documentary film that explores the tension between art and commerce through an examination of the Austin music community by spotlighting the lives of Austin musicians as they grapple with questions of artistic integrity, commercialism, experimentation, and the future of their beloved city. Directed by Nathan Christ and photographed by Robert Garza, Echotone is a cultural portrait of the modern American city examined through the lyrics and lens of its creative class and features such artists as Ghostland Observatory, The Black Angels, Black Joe Lewis, Belaire, Bill Baird (formerly of Sound Team) and his new band Sunset, among others. The film has played film festivals in Chicago and Austin among others, was recently screened at the Denver Film Festival, and will be screened at New Orleansâ€™ Ogden Museum of Southern Art.
Read more at http://www.echotonefilm.com/