STOP THE PRESSES! (j/k)
Check out some of the reviews and press we've been receiving.
It’s a tactile process that some would call obsolete in the computer age—but this film contradicts that belief.
A salve for technological oversaturation … There is some discussion of the history of the technique, but the focus is on eccentric characters whose passion keeps the form alive.
Vintage tech finds new audience in documentary 'Pressing On: The Letterpress Film'
You wouldn’t expect it from the documentary’s topical focus, but Beckloff and Quinn infuse every interview, every scene of machinery at work with a rock n’ roll vibe that makes every aspect feel epic.
This is a film that understands the great pride of creation. In pouring just as much heart and soul as you do sweat and labor into a project.
What we see in the film is an intersection of history, technology, art, and commerce … as we hear those who love letterpress tell their stories, we get the idea that in doing things the slower, more difficult way actually feeds their souls.
Movies on demand: An ode to the letterpress, some classic films, more.
From the cinematography to the music to the ideas to the talk, this is one classy, informative documentary.
It tells you more than you need to know about something you didn’t know about or even have a desire to know about, and makes you feel richer for having stuck with it.
Unbeknown to the modern world, there is a defiant community of men and women fighting to keep letterpress alive.
Andrew Quinn and Erin Beckloff selected as Country's 100 Most Creative People 2018. “These movers and makers are sure to inspire your next project.”
Erin & Andrew. Pressing On. The Letterpress Digest podcast is quite simple...we'll talk about all things letterpress.
If you'd have told me that I'd be advocating for a feature documentary on the subject of letterpress, I'd have likely laughed. Yet, here I am singing the praises of Pressing On: The Letterpress Film…
Episode 74 - Pressing On: The Letterpress Film | The Creative South Podcast focuses on the “people” behind the design.
Letterpress is a centuries-old printing technique that is not only still being used today, but seeing a resurgence.