A touching documentary about the life of musician, inventor and electronic music pioneer Raymond Scott, seen through the eyes of his son Stan Warnow. Scott’s career spanned 1930s swing to 1970s electro jazz and included a stint composing soundtracks for Warner Brothers cartoons. A hugely influential figure, his admirers include Frank Zappa, John Williams and Andy Partridge. Warnow probes deeply into the professional and private life of his father to construct a defining portrait of an under-recognised American icon.
Running Time: 98
Director: Stanley Warnow
Producer: Jeff E. Winner
Production Company: Waterfall Films Ltd.
World Sales: Monoduo Films
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