- 1 win & 4 nominations.
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|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
|Brendan Stu Maguire||...||
|David E. Bazow||...||producer|
|Cameron J. Collins||...||associate producer (as Cameron Collins)|
|Teri Andony||...||additional editor|
|Brian De Herrera-Schnering||...||colorist|
|Cameron J. Collins||...||Legal Services (as Cameron Collins)|
|Ricardo Cozzolino||...||Assistant Director (uncredited)|
|Marc Carter||...||special thanks|
- Queen City Pictures (United States)
- 1091 Pictures (2020) (World-wide) (video) (digital release)
- Equal Vision Records (2020) (World-wide) (video) (digital)
In early 2016, Dan Elswick embarked to document BANE's final US tour. Starting as a love letter to his favorite band, it turned into much more. Beginning at a time when hardcore music strayed from its punk roots, BANE musically and lyrically challenged people. Five individuals set a course to live and play music by their own rules. After two decades attracting fans with their honesty as people and musicians, home life and self-doubt pressured them. BANE made an all-or-nothing decision to end the band with a final album and tour. Holding These Moments examines the challenges of living and creating art on your own terms. It explores the artist's struggle: questioning relevance and living a life of meaning amidst one's art. Through extensive band, fan, and friend interviews, we see firsthand the impact of people living less ordinarily.
|Taglines||These words. These miles. These moments. See more »|
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|Trivia||Holding These Moments was edited in Denver - Colorado, Guaynabo - Puerto Rico and Trier - Germany. All places, editor, Ricardo Cozzolino moved to during post-production. See more »|
I'm up there screaming my head off, losing my mind, and I look out and there's kids doing the same thing. It's a connection that you just don't feel, really anywhere else.
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