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Showtime Acquires Doc Based mostly on Rock E-book ‘Meet Me within the Lavatory’


Former SPIN intern Lizzy Goodman’s 2017 chronicle of the 2000s-era New York rock scene, Meet Me within the Lavatory, is headed to Showtime within the type of a Pulse Movies documentary directed by Will Lovelace and Dylan Southern. The long-in-the-works movie debuted earlier this yr at Sundance; Showtime will air it earlier than the top of the yr, whereas Utopia will distribute it to theaters.

Meet Me within the Lavatory detailed the rock resurgence in New York over the primary decade of the brand new millennium by means of oral history-style, firsthand accounts from The Strokes, James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem, Interpol, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Ryan Adams, amongst others. The e-book was hailed not just for documenting private, typically salacious particulars concerning the artists’ interpersonal relationships, however analyzing the impact of cultural adjustments just like the rise of the web on the music business.

Lovelace and Southern beforehand directed the 2012 LCD Soundsystem doc Shut Up and Play the Hits, centered round what on the time was known as the group’s last stay present. “At numerous factors through the six lengthy years it took to deliver Meet Me within the Lavatory to life, it occurred to me what an unbelievable documentary this could make,” Goodman mentioned in 2017 when the documentary was first introduced. “On the time it appeared like a complete fantasy however it now seems like destiny that the workforce behind Shut Up and Play the Hits, the present that gave me the concept to write down this e-book within the first place, can be those to deliver Meet Me within the Lavatory to the display.”

Utopia Distribution just lately introduced a documentary on British rock legends The Zombies and is redistributing the beloved rock doc Anvil! The Story Of Anvil in theaters this fall. Different upcoming releases embody controversial director Gaspar Noé’s Vortex and Lena Dunham’s Sharp Stick. At Showtime, Meet Me within the Lavatory joins a documentary slate together with the current Sheryl Crow movie Sheryl and the Invoice Cosby-focused We Want To Speak About Cosby.




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