The early SF punk scene was distinguished by boisterous energy and unbridled creativity. "Buried In The Mix" explores the lives, losses, and loves of a few of the bands and illustrious characters who contributed to the unique, art-infused flavor that sprang up from San Francisco.
Inspired by the Punk Rock Sewing Circle's "SF Punk Homecoming 2013 SFW" reunion concert, that brought many of the original bands back together, "Buried In The Mix" retraces life's often circuitous road with some of the characters that made the San Francisco music scene every bit as vital as those in New York and London.
Through archival imagery by such notable photographers as Bobby Castro, Ruby Ray, and others, archival video, studio recordings, and contemporary interview and performance footage, "Buried In The Mix" assembles a collage of stories that combine to tell a story of the whole punk movement.
In addition to delving into the ups and downs of life after punk's heyday, "Buried in the Mix" also examines the inspired rebellion of early punk and why it is still needed, today, more than ever.
Currently in the final stages of production, "Buried In The Mix" is expected to begin screening at very select venues in late 2015 with plans for a broader release targeting 2016. It is the first feature length documentary from Starling Cinema.
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