Tag Archive: rock n roll photography

ROCKED OUT IN SEATTLE

(Production postcard from Seattle International Film Festival by Karen Whitehead) Four years ago I had never heard of Jini Dellaccio. This week, I walked through crowds that I would normally associate with rock… Continue reading

Bring Up The Audiences!

Bring Up The Audiences! By Her Aim Is True Director, Karen Whitehead Ask just about any indie filmmaker and they will tell you their single biggest fear once they have successfully completed their… Continue reading

OF BANDS AND BONDS

By Her Aim Is True Director, Karen Whitehead Of Bands and Bonds One of the most intriguing aspects of Jini Dellaccio’s story that formed the backbone of Her Aim Is True is about… Continue reading

Rock’s Outsiders

Rock’s Outsiders By Her Aim Is True director, Karen Whitehead It would be easy to write this as a rousing celebration of women’s achievements in rock and roll history, especially if you scan… Continue reading

Only Connect

By Her Aim Is True director, Karen Whitehead When I was writing the end of year review for the production (The twelve doc tales of christmas) what I described was the community around… Continue reading

WHEN ROCK WAS YOUNG – a personal tale from the production’s research file

By Her Aim Is True director, Karen Whitehead One of the first things I learned as a reporter was that sometimes the best stories you get to write about are the unexpected ones,… Continue reading

Anonymous

By Her Aim Is True director, Karen Whitehead For a few years now, I have shared a close affinity with the subject of my film, Jini Dellaccio, not least because we are both… Continue reading

Passion

By Her Aim Is True director, Karen Whitehead Last night I sat in a room filled with an inspiring group of women dedicated to crafting and sharing vital, engaging and entertaining stories with… Continue reading

Fashioning Docs

By Her Aim Is True director, Karen Whitehead Early on in production, I found myself immersed in the bold strokes of 1960s fashion and design chic – and the cultural underpinnings of my… Continue reading

Moving Images

American documentary filmmaker Ken Burns recently talked about his views on the technique often used in historical films to bring photos “alive” – particularly when there is no other archival footage available.  In… Continue reading