Eagle Rock Entertainment, in association with Banger Films, has announced the world premiere of “Super Duper Alice Cooper” at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival (TFF), presented by AT&T, where it will screen as part of their Spotlight section. Taking us through his life and career, Alice presents his story in the first-ever “doc opera” film — a dizzying blend of documentary archive footage, animation, and rock opera.
Entertainment Weekly has revealed very first exclusive clip of never-before seen footage from the film. Check it out below.
Filmmaker Reginald Harkema comments on the segment: “This clip shows the exciting momentum the Alice Cooper group gets swept up in when their iconic teen anthem ‘I’m Eighteen’ turns them into overnight sensations. The song ‘Caught In A Dream‘ self-referentially soundtracks a swirl of images including limousines, gold records, airplanes, and lunatic teenagers.”
“Super Duper Alice Cooper” will hit theaters nationwide beginning April 30. It is presented by Banger Films, in association with Eagle Rock Entertainment, and distributed to theaters and venues by SpectiCast. Dates and locations are listed below.