Stewart Copeland’s documentary on the history of his former group The Police in the new film “Everyone stares: The Police inside out” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. The film features Super 8 movie footage Copeland shot from the band’s early days in the mid-1970s through to the early 1980s.
Sting surprised his former bandmates Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers by turning up at the party for Copeland’s documentary about their old band, The Police on January 22nd.
Copeland is in talks with Universal Music & Video Distribution about releasing the soundtrack, which would include the derangements, and the DVD.
In fact, Sting and Trudie Styler arrived with many of their children, plus friends, some days earlier for e.g. the premiere of “A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints.” The movie opened yesterday morning. But by the end of the day, the whole village was going ga-ga over “Sunshine.” People who saw it last night said “Sunshine” was one of the funniest comedies they’d ever seen and that the film would be sold for the highest amount in Sundance history.
Jennifer Aniston was also at Sundance to promote her new film comedy, Friends With Money. A movie insider said: “Sting and Trudie have been tremendously supportive of Jennifer and have spent a lot of time with her at the Sundance festival.”
Source: StingUs, Fox
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