Posts Tagged ‘The Fabulous Allan Carr’

Saturday, June 9th, 2018 – 2018 LGBT Film Festival San Diego – The Fabulous Allan Carr – 5:30 PM

Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

2018 LGBT Film Festival San Diego

Date: June 7th–10th, 2018

Time: Event starts at 7:00pm on June 7th

Ticket Price: $10–$50 / show

The Observatory – North Park
2891 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92104

5:30pm  

Saturday, June 9th, 2018

The Fabulous Allan Carr

Year: 2017 | Country: USA | Run Time: 90 min | Director: Jeffrey Schwarz

Armed with a limitless Rolodex and a Benedict Canyon enclave with its own disco, this documentary shows how Allan Carr threw the Hollywood parties that defined the 1970s. A producer, manager, and marketing genius, Carr built his bombastic reputation amid a series of successes including the mega hit musical film GREASE and the Broadway sensation LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, (and then Can’t Stop The Music, Grease 2 and Where The Boys Are ’84) until it all came crashing down after he produced the notorious debacle of the 1989 Academy Awards. Interviewees include: Patricia Birch, Maxwell Caulfield, Steve Guttenberg, Nikki Haskell, Randy Jones, Randal Kleiser, Sherry Lansing, Lorna Luft, Michael Musto, Robert Osborne, Brett Ratner, Connie Stevens, Alana Stewart, Marlo Thomas & Bruce Vilanch. Read More

Video: The Fabulous Allan Carr (2018) Trailer

Tuesday, May 8th, 2018

Bruce Vilanch

The Fabulous Allan Carr (2018) documentary trailer, feat. Allan Carr, Bruce Vilanch, Sherry Lansing, Lorna Luft, Jeanne Wolf, and more, about the decadent lifestyle of cultural LGBT and Hollywood icon and hit filmmaker Allan Carr.

Documentarian Jeffrey Schwarz (VITO, I AM DIVINE, TAB HUNTER CONFIDENTIAL, etc.) explores the decadence of 70’s and 80’s of Hollywood and the flamboyant producer, TV personality Allan Carr who brought sensations like GREASE and LA CAGE AUX FOLLES to the world and debacles like CAN’T STOP THE MUSIC and the ’89 Academy Awards with Snow White! With a loaded Rolodex and a secluded Benedict Canyon residence, with its own disco, Allan Carr threw the Hollywood Parties that defined the 1970’s. Read More