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Grateful Dead Documentary ‘Long Strange Trip’ Premiering at Sundance Before Amazon Prime Release


Martin Scorsese agreed to serve as producer for an official Grateful Dead documentary back in October 2014. The Dead’s 50th anniversary was coming up the following year, and filmmakers wanted to have the project ready for the celebration. Unfortunately that didn’t happen, and the landmark event was ultimately celebrated with a massive 3-day concert over the 4th of July weekend in Chicago’s Soldier Field. Original members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, and Phil Lesh reunited on-stage for the event, which proved a huge success, despite the absence of Jerry Garcia, who died in 1995. Now, however, the 6-part documentary, appropriately titled Long Strange Trip from director Amir Bar-Lev (The Tillman Story, Happy Valley), is set to premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival before being released on Amazon Prime this May. Continue reading

Photographer Manuel Alvarez Diesto

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It is photographers like Manuel that are inspiring to watch and see what they can come up with. Manuel travels to different countries and captures the essence of what it is like to live nearby or outside of major cities across the world. Some of his previous work has been in Egypt, China and South Korea. These are just some of our photos that are available across the internet. Feel free to thumb through and visit the link below.