The sights and sounds of New York's resurgent post-9/11 music scene will be documented in "Meet Me in the Bathroom:Rebirth and Rock & Roll in NYC 2001-2011", from Pulse Films, with "Shut Up and Play the Hits" directors Will Lovelace and Dylan Southern attached, Variety has learned.
Directed by Will Lovelace and Dylan Southern, who previously helmed the LCD Soundsystem concert film, Shut Up and Play the Hits, the documentary will feature "first hand testimony, rare archive, and an era-defining soundtrack" with numerous sources featured in the book, according to Pitchfork. It will feature archive video and interviews with the musicians and bands of the day including The Strokes, Interpol, and LCD Soundsystem, the focus of 2012 Sundance hit "Shut Up and Play the Hits". Pulse Films' Thomas Benski, Sam Bridger, and Brian Levy will Executive Produce alongside writer Lizzy Goodman. Jaime Neely will produce.
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His comments were echoed by Ryan. "We have a welfare system that's basically trapping people in poverty and effectively paying people not to work, and we've got to work on that".
Goodman said in a statement: "At various points during the six long years it took to bring "Meet Me in the Bathroom" to life, it occurred to me what an incredible documentary this would make. It's time to share with everyone else the full view of this weird, beautiful, dirty time capsule I've been inhabiting", she said.
One of the book's more "visceral" passages, accusations and insinuations from members of The Strokes that Ryan Adams enabled guitarist Albert Hammond Jr.'s heroin habit, appeared to inspire a Twitter feud of sorts following the book's release. "I couldn't be more excited to work with Dylan Southern and Will Lovelace, as well as the entire Pulse Films team". Billboard reports that Pulse Films has acquired film rights to Meet Me in the Bathroom and will use it as the basis for a four-hour documentary series. The book is being turned into a four-part documentary mini-series.
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Senior officers of MHA and other Ministries of Government of India besides State Governments also attended. As of now an estimated 36,000 Rohingyas are suspected to be living in different parts of India.
"Meet Me in the Bathroom is a brilliant property that we are thrilled to be bringing to life in this ambitious way".
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And martial law is also the reason why they are afraid to return, even in cleared areas, " Senate minority bloc members said. This will be official once approved by a regional trial court, according to the Human Security Act of 2007.