From Crowsnest Films, director/writers Trevor Smith, John Kerr, cinematographer Sean Smith and editor Ken Filewych, comes the documentary ‘the smalls: forever is a long time’. The movie is now available (as of October 10, 2016) to buy on iTunes, Amazon and DVD.
After mysteriously saying Goodbye Forever at the peak of their success 13 years ago, the smalls tour once more — closing the loop as bandmates, estranged friends, and with their long-adoring fans.
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After a successful limited theatrical run, ‘the smalls forever is a long time’ is finally available to own digitally everywhere as well as by ordering the DVD on the official site.
Earlier this year I reviewed the film and loved it:
“In 2015, the smalls reunited for a final farewell tour. Well — it feels like a farewell tour anyway. I missed it – because I suck and after watching the documentary, I’m even more pissed off because I’m realizing now just how damn special it really was to see the smalls performing live well over a decade after breaking up. Corb Lund has a tremendous career as a country musician, guitarist Dug Bevans just doesn’t seem to feel the need to pursue the smalls as much as he used to, singer Mike Caldwel understands the need for his band but even he seems to be happy without it…
It all comes down to drummer Terry Johnson. The main and apparent driving force behind getting the original band back together, aside from the fans, was Johnson. I love this guy – he’s easily the one member of the group who still adores metal while the rest of his bandmates have tried to refocus and move on with their varying musical backgrounds.” – Keven Skinner (Read full review HERE)
- BEST DIRECTOR (NON-FICTION OVER 30 MINUTES) – Trevor Smith
- BEST CINEMATOGRAPHER (NON-FICTION OVER 30 MINUTES) – Sean Smith & Brett Manyluk
- BEST EDITOR (NON-FICTION OVER 30 MINUTES) – Ken Filewych & Sean Smith
- BEST OVERALL SOUND (NON-FICTION OVER 30 MINUTES) – Justan Ross, John Iaquinta, & Jason Borys
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