This week, the documentary Amazing Grace: Jeff Buckley will have two rather auspicious screenings at the Seattle Film Festival (which by virtue of its nearly month-long schedule boasts the most theater-goers of any festival in North America). Any fan of of the late Buckley will certainly be thrilled that a new batch of folks will be introduced to one of the finer musicians, well, ever.
After Fungible Convictions got word that Amazing Grace co-director Nyla Bialek Adams (left, with co-director Laurie Trombley) had liked what we had to say about her film, two email interviews on the film’s background were arranged between Adams and FC editor Andrew Whitacre, the combined texts of which follow. Hope you enjoy it, and don’t forget to post your comments! Continue reading