The “Music Never Stopped,” based on an essay by Oliver Sacks, hits theaters March 18. Check out the trailer.
Long before anyone had the incentive or inclination (technologically or otherwise) to create a publication like this one, which caters to the ardent and expansive community of culture buffs fascinated by literary storytelling in all formats — words and images; pages and screens; pods and pads. Back in its early ’90s heyday, the Sundance Film Festival espoused a similar sensibility in its approach to creating a gathering place for the kind of serious film fans and filmmakers alike. It was a crowd not unlike the book-loving cineastes who are Word & Film’s raison d’etre.