Shred Island Documentary


During the worst flooding in Alberta, Canada’s history a musical festival was occurring in Calgary. After one day the festival was canceled leaving attendees, and musicians with no were to go. Five Edmonton music promoters worked to change that. With five hours notice they put on a three day music festival. They dubbed their event ‘Shred Island’
This is a independent music documentary that chronicles this amazing story that was directed by Mack Lamoureux . Music by Johnny de Courcy johnnydecourcy.bandcamp.com.
This film was an official selection at the 2014 Global Visions Film Festival, Canada’s longest running documentary film festival, and has been nominated for 2014 Best Alberta Documentary Over 20 Minutes.

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