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In Court of Court of Crimson King : King Crimson at 50 : Exclusive Interview with Writer/Director Toby Amies and a Legendary Bass Player Tony Levin

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While fans can now watch the new King Crimson documentary on Amazon, Apple TV, Google Play and Vimeo On Demand; the momentous look into the heart of one of the world’s most treasured musical acts is still available to see in select theaters around the world. 

We spoke with the filmmaker Toby Amies and long tenured bassist (and all around legend) Tony Levin to discuss the revelations and feelings brought through the band’s 50th anniversary and the film’s release. Make sure you catch In the Court of the Crimson King: King Crimson at 50 if you haven’t already. 

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Synopsis : King Crimson is a band that people literally are dying to be in. In the Court of the Crimson King is a dark, comic film for anyone who wonders whether it is worth sacrificing everything for just a single moment of transcendence.
For over 50 years Robert Fripp, also famous for his work with David Bowie and Brian Eno, has overseen a unique creative environment in which freedom and responsibility conspire to place extraordinary demands on the band’s members — only alleviated by the applause of an audience whose adoration threatens to make their lives even harder. It’s a rewarding and perilous space in which the extraordinary is possible, nothing is certain, and not everyone survives intact.

Genre: Documentary, Music

Original Language: English

Director: Toby Amies

Producer: Toby Amies, Nick Freand Jones

Release Date (Theaters): Nov 3, 2023

Limited Release Date (Streaming): Dec 1, 2023

Runtime: 1h 26m

Distributor: Monoduo Films

Production Co: DGM Live, Succulent Pictures

Here’s the trailer of the film. 

Matthew Schuchman
Matthew Schuchmanhttps://www.cinemadailyus.com
In the early 90s, while at the video store with his friends who wanted to rent Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead, Matthew asked the clerk if they had any copies of Naked Lunch available. A film buff from an early age, he would turn his fascination into his own review site in 2010; Movie Review from Gene Shalit’s Moustache. From there, he provided his voice to such publications as Den of Geek, Coming Soon, and Verbicide magazine as a film reviewer and talent interviewer.


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