Phish 3D: Phish Brings Epic Live Show to Screen [Rolling Stone]

Over the course of the three-day weekend, the crew captured 17 hours of live music, and much of that was left on the cutting room floor, including backstage and rehearsal footage. (Miller says the band was closely involved in editing the movie: “We had a lead-in with B-roll shots and they said they didn’t want them in there. They wanted it to be just about the concert. That’s what they were going for.”) But Miller notes that there is potential this footage will make it to DVD, or to another theatrical release. “We’re talking to the band about that now,” he says. “There’s a lot of work that we have. It could be another feature or a DVD, but that’s really up to the band now.”

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