A limited DVD edition of COME WORRY WITH US! available worldwide! Only 500 copies printed.
• DVD box with metallic ink printed on black carton
• metal bird charm hung on black satin ribbon
• special liner notes booklet
• comes in a re-sealable clear plastic sleeve
"immediate and engaging" **** 4 out of 5 Stars – NOW Magazine
"among the Top 5 Films at Hot Docs 2014" – blogTO
"a keenly observant and universally relatable story." – Dork Shelf
"fascinating and honest" **** 4 out of 5 Stars – Scene Creek
"a feat of feminist filmmaking" – Cinemablographer
COME WORRY WITH US!
a film by Helene Klodawsky
featuring Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra
produced by Katarina Soukup, Catbird Films
Violinist Jessica Moss and singer/guitarist Efrim Menuck are struggling to balance parenthood with making music in their internationally acclaimed Montreal-based band Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra. They are one of a growing number of bands to have accepted an infant (Efrim and Jessica's son, Ezra) into their touring life. Making a living has never been more difficult for musicians: a downloading generation has shattered the economics of the music industry, and constant touring has become synonymous with economic survival. Touring with children is both costly and complicated, yet Jessica and Efrim, and fellow band mates Sophie Trudeau, Thierry Amar and Dave Payant, are determined to combine family life and being on the road with the band's deep political commitment. As SMZ perseveres in making art and an honest living, we follow Jessica as she discovers the parallel path that mothers can find themselves on while attempting to pursue artistic endeavours along side their peers. Against a backdrop of intense competition and rapid technological change, where corporatization of the cultural industries is challenging the very notion of freedom, and where the distinction between life and work is constantly blurred, the film follows a growing generation of globalized artists struggling to remain “self-made” in spite unprecedented economic precariousness.
81 min | Documentary | 2013
Original English version
Anamorphic Widescreen I NTSC | Stereo or 5.1 Surround Sound
Bonus material: trailer, 13 extra video clips