Documentary in the Works on Composer and Pianist Dave Grusin (Exclusive)

Documentary in the Works on Composer and Pianist Dave Grusin (Exclusive)
Oscar- and Grammy-winning composer, producer, and jazz pianist Dave Grusin is the subject of a feature-length documentary titled “Dave Grusin: Not Enough Time,” now nearing completion.

Grusin has received eight Oscar nominations for such scores as “Tootsie,” “On Golden Pond,” “Heaven Can Wait,” and “Three Days of the Condor”; he won for 1988’s “Milagro Beanfield War.” He has 10 Grammys and another 28 nominations, and is widely considered among the most influential composers and arrangers in American music.

Santa Fe, N.M., filmmakers Barbara Bentree and John Rangel are making the movie under their Jindojazz Inc. banner with the full cooperation of Grusin and his family. The film is expected to be unveiled later this year.

The movie will chronicle his career, from humble beginnings in Littleton, Colo., through his time as Andy Williams’ music director, scoring TV and movies starting in the 1960s, the creation of his jazz label Grp Records in the 1970s,
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