In the new documentary “All The Way Through Evening,” filmmaker Rohan Spong gives a thoughtful depiction of an important group of New York composers who died of AIDS and one woman’s efforts to keep their music alive. It’s been 20 years now since the era when Kevin Oldham, Chris DeBlasio, Robert Savage and others died, but Mimi Stern-Wolfe continues to produce concerts of their music every December. Spong shows the great effort and the deep feeling that still goes into each event. Along with Stern-Wolfe, the film features Gilles
DenizoDenizot, Karen Kushner, Stephen Rotondaro, Joan Engelhaupt, Marshall Coid, Perry Brass and Robert Kogan.
“All The Way Through Evening” will next be screened February 19 as part of the NYC Downtown Feature Film Festival, held at the Duo Multi-Cultural Theatre in the East Village.
To scheduled screenings in your area contact Rohan Spong.