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The Scene: An Exploration of Music in Toronto

HD   Unrated Closed Captioning

Josh Jensen

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About the Movie

The Scene chronicles the lives of independent musicians as they build their careers in the Canadian music industry. Includes commentary from music legends, chart-toppers, band managers, talent agents, radio personalities and industry experts. Featuring: Paige Boy (The Ruby Spirit), Committed To Rhyme, The Alter Kakers, Bif Naked, Steve "Lips" Kudlow and Robb Reiner (Anvil), Dave Monks and Graham Wright (Tokyo Police Club), Rik Emmett (Triumph) and Sal Costa (My Darkest Days)

Customer Reviews

The Scene

I saw it when it was playing in Toronto at the Carlton Cinema. I used to be a huge fan of the Toronto music scene. This movie not only took me back, but also made me appreciate what many artists today are going through. I Highly recommended to anyone interested in joining the music scene in North America as well as anyone who is a fan of good music startups.

Fantastic Documentary!!!

The Scene is an honest and intriguing look into the Toronto music scene; fantastic candid interviews with artists of today and legends of their day. This is a MUST SEE for music fans in general and certainly for anyone interesting in a career in music.

Great look into the life of an artist

I really enjoyed the vantage point presented of the struggles and ultimate lifestyle/sacrifices musicians take-on to pursue a dream. It's a unique look at the varying levels of success stemming from artists, whom all seem to grow from a foundation of limited means. Though it explores "The Scene" within the Toronto music landscape, I feel that the film is a great sample size of artists who could be practicing any discipline in any city.
A must-watch!
Ben

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