A sneak peek at Demme’s ‘Heart of Gold’

Neil1Being an embarrassingly big Neil Young fan, I was pleased to come across the trailer for Neil Young: Heart of Gold, the new concert film recorded in Nashville by Jonathan Demme. Considering what the Oscar-winning director did with Stop Making Sense and even Storefront Hitchcock, this new concert film should be a treat—better than Jim Jarmusch’s grainy and wobbly Year of the Horse, anyway. Demme has actually worked with Young before, on a short video piece from 1994 called The Complex Sessions. Heart of Gold opens in NYC on Feb. 10. Link via Movie Marketing Madness.

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