Pocatello native A.J. Eaton. director of "David Crosby: Remember My Name" speaks with KISU's Cory Daniels about.taking classes at ISU, the photography class and an influential teacher (Tim Frazier), working with producer Cameron Crowe. Eaton's film plays at the Bengal Theater this Sunday.
Then Sundance Grand Jury Prize Nominee, "David Crosby: Remember my Name" will be shown this Sunday, November 10, at 4:30 and 7:00 p.m. in the Bengal Theater. Pocatello native A.J. Eaton, a graduate of Pocatello High School, is the director of the film, a collaboration with producer Cameron Crowe. The two coax iconic musician David Crosby, member of The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash (and later Young), into assessing his life with unflinching candor as the singer-songwriter confronts mortality and assesses his earlier days. At the same time, Crosby's redemptive journey back to music is universally uplifting, bearing an emotional impact that transcends the rock documentary genre. Taking viewers through career highs, along with the lows that led to ravaging addictions and serious prison time, “David Crosby: Remember My Name” explodes myths and sheds profound new light on all the music, politics and personalities that crossed Crosby's incredible path. (Rated PG-13) Admission is $3 for the public, $2 for ISU staff and free for ISU students with Bengal ID. For trailer and more information, go to www.pocatellofilmsociety.com/david.