Remember record stores? This film does.

From THE DAILY CAMERA, Friday February 27th, 2015 by Mark Collins Boulder used to devote more percentage of square footage to the sale of recorded music than any other town in America. That's what filmmaker Dan Schneidkraut says in his new documentary "Old Man." Now only three record stores remain in our affluent college town. One belongs to Andy Schneidkraut, Dan's father. Andy fulfilled a lifelong dream when he bought Albums on the Hill in 1987. "Old Man," which will receive its local debut at the Boedecker Cinema in Boulder's Dairy Center for the Arts on March 7, is a frank, loving and surprisingly personal homage to the man at the center of one of Boulder's cultural institutions — its la

OLD MAN to Make Boulder, CO Premiere

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 11th, 2015 CONTACT: Dan S ( (612-870-3483) Andrew Schneidkraut ( (303-447-0159) Glenn Webb (Dairy Center For The Arts) ( Admission: $11.00 (Adult), $8.00 (Student/Senior), $6 (Members) AWARD WINNING DOCUMENTARY FEATURING LOCAL VINYL HERO TO PREMIERE OLD MAN Andy Schneidkraut Featured in BIFF Counterprogram at The Boedecker WHAT: Local premiere of documentary OLD MAN WHEN: SATURDAY MARCH 7TH @8:30PM AND SUNDAY MARCH 8th @7:00PM WHERE: Dairy Center For The Arts, 2950 Walnut Street, Boulder, CO 80302 RUNTIME: 169 MINUTES After playing as far away as Perth, Australia and winning big awards at Duluth

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