Director and Musician Drew Fortier recently announced his latest film project, a documentary about the late Faith No More / Bad Brains / Cement / Primitive RaceChuck Mosley. Filming on ‘Thanks. And Sorry: The Chuck Mosley Movie’ has now commenced and legendary Producer Matt Wallace was the first to sit down for an interview. Wallace is best known for his work on the first 4 Faith No More records as well as Maroon 5, The Replacements and countless others.
Drew Fortier had this to say about the project:
“Matt’s interview was incredible, insightful, and emotional to say the least.
Also I am honored to say I have teamed back up with Anu Gunn who is the incredible cinematographer who helped me bring Attack of Life: The Bang Tango Movie movie to life. He will be our LA cinematographer for the film. Please check out his work at Anu Gunn Photography.”
The film will be produced by Chuck’s longtime friend/bandmate/babysitter, Douglas Esper, who is also working on a book about their time on the road and in the studio together. “In supporting Drew I hope to give people a glimpse into the beautiful and frustrating mind of one of the most unique, self proclaimed ‘Rock Satellites,’ of all time.”
Drew, Chuck, and Douglas will also all appear in front of the camera in 2018. Drew will appear in the upcoming James L. Edwards horror feature, Her Name was Christa. Chuck is also starring in the short film Like An Open Heart It Shines, written and directed by David Collupy. The film also features Douglas in a role.
Drew and Douglas recently launched, facebook.com/thanksandsorrychuck and fans can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on the project. They are eager to hear from fans, family, friends, and anyone else willing to share stories, photos, audio, and video of Chuck Mosley.
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