Tool - Frontman Wins Golden Drover Award For Best Feature Documentary


Blood into Wine, the documentary that follows Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan and his work towards creating a credible winemaking region in Northern Arizona, has won the Golden Drover Award for "Best Feature Documentary" at the 2011 Trail Dance Film Festival.

Said co-directors Christopher Pomerenke and Ryan Page: "Our entire team is absolutely thrilled about winning the Trail Dance Film Festival documentary award. We made the film with great care and it's been a wonderful honor to see it recognized by such a prestigious festival."




Blood into Wine, which was released in 2009 and was independently distributed to over 125 theaters in the United States, was made available on DVD/Blu-ray and Netflix in September of 2009.

More info can be found over here.




Source: roadrunnerrecords.com
Band profile: Tool
 
Posted: 13.03.2011 by ravendeath


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13.03.2011 - 15:31
Introspekrieg
Totemic Lust
That Tim and Eric interview was great...
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13.03.2011 - 19:37
Dexterprog
Sadly, this are the best Tool news that we have heard in a couple of years. I hate them but I love them
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13.03.2011 - 20:20
Nerevarine
He seems to be having a lot of fun making wine , would love to taste a sip of it.
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14.03.2011 - 04:42
Black Conundrum
That looks like a pretty interesting film. I have heard about Maynard James Keenan's wine ventures.
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14.03.2011 - 07:58
Greg L.
Rofl, I love Tim and Eric

Can't say I really care for Tool, but I do like wince, and this movie looks interesting!
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18.03.2011 - 18:50
BudDa
Hes Tool's vocalist, he knows Tai-chi or is it Kung-fu and now he makes wine? Who the hell is this guy?!
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30.03.2011 - 07:52
Marcus
Doit Like Bernie
If anyone hasn't seen it I'd definitely recommend it, whether you like wine or not. Really interesting seeing a musician so honest and down to earth. Most of the time it seemed like he didn't even wanna be on camera.
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