Plans For Star-Filled Documentary Include Screening at Nashville's Rocketown

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Screen Media, a Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment company, has acquired all North American rights to Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road. The flick boasts interviews with the likes of Elton, Don Was, Jakob Dylan, Al Jardine, Nick Jonas, Linda Perry, and Bruce Springsteen, and made its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in June.
There are plans to release the movie in theaters and on video-on-demand in November.
The deeply personal documentary finds the composer and producer reminiscing with longtime friend Rolling Stone editor Jason Fine. With Jason behind the wheel and Brian selecting the music, the two revisit many of the periods and locations integral in shaping the latter's life. 
On Thursday, the 52nd Nashville Film Festival kicks off with Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road at 6:30 p.m. at Rocketown Concert Venue. Ticket information can be found