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    Thursday, September 01, 2016 at 07:30 PM · $15.00 USD
    Film Bar in Phoenix, AZ

    Film Bar - Phoenix, AZ - Director Rain Perry in attendance


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    Unintended consequences

    Unintended consequences, or how the trouble in the music business affects you, music lovers My musician acquaintance Tristan Avakian had the most unexpected perspective today on Facebook on an article about the dressage team in the Olympics. This was his takeaway: "reading this beautiful article, it strikes me how closely competition dressage parallels the cultivation of a music career. it is an antiquated tradition, the costs are astronomical, the chances slim, and now the potential rewards are pitifully small. it's already dominated by the independently wealthy, and I could easily see it becoming exclusively an aristocratic pursuit. even as my artist career unfolds, and develops, I wonder if I, as a father and a provider, can - in good conscience - go on. I might need to fold."
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    Welcome to the new website!

    Ladies and gentlemen, I'm very proud to announce the launch of the brand new website for The Shopkeeper! Take a look around, particularly the "screenings" page, and see what's up! There are a few shows announced now and many, many more on the way.
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    Rain at the Movies

    Chris Jay - VC Reporter - June 9. 2016 The multitalented Rain Perry has been a fixture in the art, culture and music community for years. The Ojai singer and songwriter has released multiple records, sung the theme song for a national TV show, made an appearance on that same show, written and performed a play based on her own childhood, and played host to countless songwriting workshops, classes and house concerts.
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    Rain Perry on "The Shopkeeper"

    by Pam Baumgardner -   Ojai musician singer/songwriter Rain Perry’s foray into filmmaking has resulted in a thought provoking, fascinating look at the music industry and how it has evolved the past fifty years. The film highlights the career of musician/producer Mark Hallman of Congress House Studio out of Austin, Texas. To make the film, Perry teamed up with Micah Van Hove, Director of Photography, who taught her invaluable lessons on filmmaking. Perry was able to produce the film as a result of a successful Indiegogo campaign.
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The Shopkeeper

Everybody can make a record.
Nobody can make a living.
Now what?
A film by Rain Perry


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