Factory 25, a new independent film and vinyl label based in Brooklyn, specializes in packaging indie DVDs with limited edition vinyl, posters and other goodies.
They’re about to release a slew of new stuff on October 27, including the films High School Record, All The Way From Michigan Not Mars, and You Weren’t There. The latter two releases come with special edition vinyls.
Out already (September 29) is Damon and Naomi’s 1001 Nights, a comprehensive anthology of videos and live performances from 2001 through 2009.
The folks at Factory 25 are rightly excited about these films, some of which feature indie music luminaries like No Age, Minutemen, Rosie Thomas, and Sufjan Stevens. More info and trailers after the jump.
- High School Record chronicles the lives of four awkward 17 year olds and features band members of No Age, Mika Miko, Lavender Diamond and Minutemen. It was an official selection at Sundance, SxSW, and the NY Underground film festival.
- All The Way From Michigan Not Mars features singer-songwriter Rosie Thomas and includes intimate performances with the likes of Sufjan Stevens, Denison Witmer, and Damien Jurado.
- Finally, You Weren’t There documents the punk movement in Chicago from 1977 through 1984.