Bleed Into One, a film telling the story of Christian rock music, is still in development and now has a Kickstarter campaign to raise $60,000 to pay music licensing fees and post-production costs.
Producer Tim Hudson has cut a new trailer for the film (which you can watch at the Kickstarter page), but U2 fans who remember the first trailer will notice the footage of Bono and Edge, and of Phil Keaggy talking about U2, is conspicuously gone in the new trailer.
Hudson assured me he still plans to include all of the U2 content (which is more than in the trailer) and hopes to land an interview with Bono for the final film. He recently wrote about why he chose Bleed Into One for the film’s title and the special meaning “Drowning Man” has for him.
For more details about the project, you can read my report from June 2010.
The original trailer is below, with clips of Bono speaking at 1:27, 1:43, and 3:47. That’s Phil Keaggy at 0:43, the legendary guitarist who formed Glass Harp, who says U2 is the “world’s greatest band, in my opinion.”
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