Saturday, December 20, 2008

Phish Documentary: Maybe So, Maybe Not - The Movie


Noah Wilderman is shooting a documentary about Phish called Maybe So, Maybe Not.

Here's a bit of what exactly is happening...
Maybe So, Maybe Not strives to be more than a documentary about the band Phish, their music, or the fanatical fan base. This is a documentary about the real, non-stereotypical lives of fans and how music is a thread that connects many of our lives. During the days leading up to the Phish reunion in Hampton, VA, and beyond, we'll primarily see a cross-section of children of the 70's and early 80's, rejuvenated as they examine the roads they've chosen, reconnect with their pasts and define the spirit of a generation as we turn a new page in American History.
Noah is looking for Phisheads to get involved. Stop by the website and see how you can participate.

3 comments:

Unknown said...

Thanks for the blog post Pauly! High Fives all around to all of the amazing people who have responded positively to the documentary. This is a doc. about community - specifically about one generation's creation of community around Phish in lieu of any valid alternative in the mainstream that represented us (religion, politics, sports?).

This is a project that not only seeks to document Phish fan communities and the renewed spirit; but to serve as a vehicle to spread the values, reinforce them, and immortalize the journey of a generation to find identity.

Keep thinking community and how you've been part of the Phish community, and how that's changed. I can't wait to hear your stories!

Noah

gottajibo_2001 said...

I could not have spoken about this amazing group of individuals we all know as PHISH. We the phans are equal with the band in creating the atmosphere or shall I say utopia, that we all have felt while circling the lots, seeing all the old and new friends with there joyous faces. I have enjoyed the music and lots of many jam and progressive rock shows like WSP, SCI, STS9, Umphrey's, DEAD and so on; but Phish has always had more of a family and free flowing improvisational feel that gives comfort and excitement which is what "IT" is all about. So I cant wait to see all of you Phellow Hipsters out there absorbing the last few drips from our beloved PHISH. On a sad note, I myself do not have tickets to the Hampton Shows, making me wonder do Miracles really happen? Maybe So Maybe Not

Grandmaster T said...

also, I'd love for folks to check out the philm I've ben working on for the past 15 years or so...

check out www.allmyplasticmelondreams.info

Love to see a separate blog post with info and directing people to my site. Best of luck to everyone. Lots of great stuff out there. Go Phish!

-Tom
Director/Editor
www.reelifeproductions.com