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Rush interviewed for CNN

Mon, May 17, 2010@10:00AM | comments removed/disabled

[CNN: No stopping rock's Rush]

I mentioned this as an update to my Friday post but thought it was significant enough to give it a post of its own. CNN ran a story last Thursday covering the Rush documentary titled No stopping rock's Rush. CNN's Andrea Mineo interviewed Alex and Geddy along with Rush documentary filmmakers Scott McFadyen and Sam Dunn. You can watch the 3-minute piece below or at this link.

Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage premiered a few weekends ago at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York to rave reviews and was the recipient of the Festival's Heineken Audience Award. You can check out all the coverage of the premiere including photos, videos, reviews, interviews and news articles in this post; for Canadian premiere coverage at Hot Docs see this post. To listen to Geddy and Alex discuss the documentary on the radio interview circuit, check out this post. The official trailer for the film can be viewed at this link along with these 2 preview clips. The documentary will get its television premiere on VH1 and VH1 Classic on June 26th. The DVD and Blu-ray will contain about an hour of bonus footage. They are slated for release on June 29th and both are now available for pre-order (DVD, Blu-ray).

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[Rush documentary wins Tribeca Film Festival Audience Award]
[Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage Canadian premiere]
[Rush documentary premiere tonight, in theaters 6/10, DVD 6/29]
[Rush documentary official trailer now online]
[Alex Lifeson discusses Rush documentary in new interview]
[Rush documentary coming to VH1 on June 26th]
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