Use Your Delusion

  • The Modern Lives: Back of My Mind The Modern Lives: Back of My Mind

Showings

Sequoia 1 Sat, Oct 13 5:30 PM
Lark Theatre Sun, Oct 14 7:45 PM
Film Info
Category:Mind the Gap
Section:Music
Country:US
Year:2017
Running Time:86 min.
Director:Jamie Vega Wheeler
Justin Carlton
Producer:Rolin Jones
Adam O'Byrne
Laurel Miller
Cinematographer:Ruben Contreras
Editor:Ryan Johnson
Cast:Ryan Kattner
Cyrus Ghahremani
Casey Butler
Yuumi Suzui
Kevin Riggin
Print Source:Cartwheel Films
Note Writer:Alexis Whitman

Description

Eccentric musician Ryan Kattner has traveled the world as the frontman of Man Man, playing in front of enormous crowds at Coachella, his songs showcased in Nike commercials and TV shows like Weeds. After all this success, what could be next? Maybe one giant step backwards is just what he needs. With his former bandmates settling down with kids, wives, and mortgages, it’s back to square one for Kattner, leaving Man Man behind for a tour with his new musical venture Honus Honus—fully equipped with dingy hotel rooms, unreliable sound sets, diminished crowds, and a group of new, young musicians. This immersive doc features no staged talking-head interviews, no extensive Behind the Music-esque backstories: It’s real band adventure. Viewers embark on a one-of-a-kind journey to experience the true highs and lows of the road, as one artist redefines what it means to be successful.

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Included Shorts

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Additional Information

Jamie Vega Wheeler and Justin Carlton began their creative partnership with producing/directing several short films and music videos under their company Cartwheel Films. Use Your Delusion is their first full-length feature and they are currently writing their second feature. Jamie is a producer overseeing post-production for a new Apple TV series. Previous credits include work on the series Jessica Jones, Bates Motel, and Lost, and she co-wrote Chavez Ravine, which made the 2017 Hit List for Best Feature Spec Scripts. Justin is writing and developing several projects on his own, including an animated show about a band on tour.