We are pre-selling Tickets to the Ballad Of Hugh Film Premiere in Toronto at the Royal Cinema ( see right hand side of page) We are also preselling copies of his CD " ...and all that crap" , which you will be able to purchase at the screening.
Why this website?
This is a self funded project (20k so far ) and we are almost at the finish line. We need another $20,000 to get "The Ballad of Hugh" film and album "... And all that Crap" finished, Marketed and Promoted.
My name is Marco DiFelice, and I am the director of the film and producer of the CD. I have felt compelled to show "Hugh" to the world for over 10 years now. He is an inspiration to the bold and young.
Have a look, browse around, and see what I am talking about. If you like what you see, please click to the right and support this project by buying a CD, movie premiere and/or any other packaged goodie!
Go to www.hugholiver.com .
PLEASE NOTE, even if you can't afford to purchase, If you like what you see, pass on the word with Facebook, Twitter or whatever your poison.
Also - Multiple orders are allowed. Do the math and we will fulfill and confirm order with an email.
Below is the short synopsis of the movie.
Move over Bieber! Outta the way, M.I.A.! The next big thing is here. He’s ready. He’s hungry. He’s 82.
Hugh Oliver may be an octogenarian, but he dreams the dreams of an 18-year-old. This is the story of a complete unknown trying to make it in the youth-obsessed entertainment biz, along with the rest of the up-and-comers out there. Centering on a golden day of recording at Canterbury Studios, where some of Toronto’s top musicians help to bring Hugh’s songs to life, the film is interwoven with interviews, animation, and music videos. Through his stories and lyrics, and with an incredible amount of candor and charm, Hugh teaches us that any age is a good age to dream, to play, to write, to learn.