A new documentary film about the return of vinyl records’ popularity is part of the lineup for various upcoming U. S. film festivals.
Vinyl Nation looks at how classic records have become relevant again. It focuses on how recordings cast on vinyl have become popular with the younger generation. Additionally, it digs into whether vinyl actually sounds better than other music formats.
Last year, directors/producers Kevin Smokler and Christopher Boone had a special paid online screening of their documentary. All proceeds from online ticket sales benefited record stores across America, who were impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
All upcoming screening dates for Vinyl Nation, at the film festivals it will participate in this month, can be found by clicking here.
Speaking of vinyl, you can find all of our past CYInterview vinyl record stories by clicking here.