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Bluebird Movie Reviews

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

We are ecstatic that our documentary, Bluebird Movie is now available digitally for audiences in the U.S., Canada, and most recently, the U.K.!  Our movie tells the origin stories of megastars like Garth Brooks and Taylor Swift, while follow emerging singer-songwriters as they chase their dreams inside The Bluebird Cafe, an accidental landmark that altered the course of music history.

Watch the trailer here. 
Watch the film here. 

Press Quotes:

“A mesmerizing documentary about the Holy Grail of country music, Bluebird is a masterpiece.  A must-see film!” – Larry Gleeson, HolywoodGlee

“Brian Loschiavo’s portrait of a club… is a beautiful look at a post-honkytonk hot spot that treats songwriters like kings and gives some of the folks behind the hits you love the spotlight.”  - David Fear, Rolling Stone

“As affectionate as a love letter, Bluebird capably balances household names and unsung heroes.  An engaging documentary.”  Joe Leydon, Variety

 “I don’t cry very often in movies.  The Bluebird documentary made me emotional.  I loved it”  - Hunter Hayes on The Bobby Bones Show

“The doc does a brilliant job of evoking all the senses of this cafe.  The intimacy of the picture is what impressed me… it makes you feel like you’re in the roo.  It felt tangible, as if it were welcoming its viewers home.  Bluebird will deepen your appreciation for the art of storytelling through music.”  - Sian Francis Cox, Flixist

“For Fans of Country Music, Bluebird is pretty much a must-see and for everyone else, it makes for a pleasant, if not exactly essential, watch.”  Peter Sobczynski, eFilmCritic

“Truly a heart-warming, entertaining and informative film – especially if you dream of becoming a songwriter.” – Connie Wilson, Weekly Wilson

“This film should be shown far and wide to remind people that no matter what’s going on in the world, there’s always a little bit of joy to be found, down in a blink-and-you-miss-it spot in Nashville, Tennessee.”  - Lex Brookman, Medium

“There is a cool balancing act going on between the multi-platinum acts which began there and showcasing some up and comers trying to break in the music industry.  The documentary really allows you to dive into the place.”  Carey-Ann Pawsey, Orca Sound

Accolades

#1 Documentary on iTunes/AppleTV

Official Selection of:

SXSW Film Festival

Nashville Film Festival

Newport Beach Film Festival

Woods Hole Film Festival

Circle Cinema Film Feestival

Dead Center Film Festival

More info at bluebirdthemovie.com