10.09.2012 - "Can’t Stand Losing You," A Film Based On The Memoir "One Train Later," By Andy Summers, To Have World Premiere At Docnyc On Friday, Nov. 9th at 6:30 pm...
Andy Summers to Host Q&A Immediately Following the Premiere...
Based on "One Train Later," the critically acclaimed memoir by world-renowned guitarist Andy Summers, "Can’t Stand Losing You" follows Andy's life from his early days in the London music scene to his chance encounter with drummer Stewart Copeland and bassist Sting, which led to the ascendancy of the band The Police. After parting ways in the early 1980s, the band reunites for a massive world tour in 2007. Utilizing rare archival footage chronicling Andy's career and exclusive behind the scenes and concert footage from The Police's reunion tour, "Can't Stand Losing You" weaves together the past and present to explore a life devoted to music.
Andy Summers, Director Andy Grieve, Executive Producer Bill Immerman and Producer Norman Golightly will be in attendance at the premiere.
Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, Oct 12 and may be purchased at docnyc.net
"Can’t Stand Losing You" credits:
Yari Film Group Presents A Saturn/Public Road Production. Original score composed by Andy Summers. Edited by Andy Greive. Director of Photography Tom Hurwitz, A.S.C. Executive Producers Andy Summers, William J. Immerman. Produced by Nicolas Cage, Norman Golightly, Brett Morgen, Bob Yari. Based on the book " One Train Later: A Memoir" written by Andy Summers. Reunion concert footage directed by Lauren Lazin. Directed by Andy Grieve.