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Colin Hanks’ directorial debut ALL THINGS MUST PASS.

The Greenwich International Film Festival (GIFF), taking place June 4 to 7, 2015, in Greenwich, Connecticut, will kick off their inaugural year with the Opening Night premiere screening of Colin Hanks’ directorial debut ALL THINGS MUST PASS.

ALL THING MUST PASS is an inside look at the rise and fall of the once ubiquitous Tower Records.  How could a business go from a net worth of 1 billion dollars to complete bankruptcy in just 5 years? Colin Hanks’ directorial debut examines this question and more, tracking the meteoric rise and tragic fall of the Tower Records empire and its tight-knit staff whose bond proved stronger than its fate. This sentimental and richly woven documentary is equal parts nostalgia and powerful, weaving stories of the employees who started the first store in Sacramento with the failures that led to its crash.  The film features interviews with Russ Solomon, Stan Goman, Heidi Cotler, Mark Viducich, Dave Grohl, Elton John, Bruce Springsteen and David Geffen.

“The Greenwich International Film Festival is thrilled to be presenting Colin Hanks’ film, ALL THINGS MUST PASS, as our Opening Night Film.  It is an incredibly moving documentary that has impact for people of all ages.  Colin’s skillful direction makes the incredible story of Tower Records come to life,” said GIFF founders Carina Crain, Colleen deVeer and Wendy Reyes.

“I am so honored to have ALL THINGS MUST PASS screen Opening Night at the Greenwich International Film Festival.  This night marks a significant beginning for GIFF and I am excited to be a part of it,” said Colin Hanks.

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