Growing up in the Bay Area, you learn a lot about the many ways the history of the Bay Area has impacted the rest of the world. In fact, many social movements that changed our country originated right here by The Bay. Social culture is not the only thing the Bay Area has provided the world. The Bay Area, especially the East Bay, saw the rise of a musical revolution that began in the 1970’s: The introduction of Punk Rock. Today on the podcast, we have East Bay natives Corbett Redford and Anthony Marchitiello, whom wrote, produced and directed the documentary Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk, which captures 30 years of punk rock history. One the headlining films in the Albany Film Festival, we discuss their documentary, as well as their time growing up in the East Bay and the influence it had on them.
3:14 Wine: 19 Crimes, from Australia
9:09 Albany Film Festival
12:52 Turn It Around
Appreciate Green Day
14:48 Punk Rock Origins
28:47 Editing Process
43:13 Experience Interviewing Artists and What Was Learned
49:28 Favorite Punk Bands
54:01 Bands to Check Out Today
55:57 Favorite Movies and Filmmakers
1:01:50 Last Jedi and Star Wars
1:04:29 Who Needs a Movie Made About them?
1:06:26 What’s Next?
1:07:58 Wrap up