Inner Rush

This short film pays tribute to Rush, one of rock's most successful and popular bands of all-time. 'Humility' and 'rock and roll' don't usually appear together, yet the members of Rush (Geddy Lee, Neil Peart, and Alex Lifeson), reflect here on a career of making music built on craft, heart and an uncompromised commitment to push the limits - to always 'get better'.

Produced by the National Film Board of Canada in co-operation with the National Arts Centre and the Governor General's Performing Arts Awards Foundation on the occasion of the 2012 Governor General's Performing Arts Awards.

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Comments

  • denverfan1

    “I love this film. Rush has been the best of the best since its inception. Time-less. I remember listening to them 35 years ago and seeing them live. Awesome. ” — denverfan1, 17 Jun 2013

  • kruscito

    “@Luckydog -- 6 minutes and 25 seconds :)” — kruscito, 15 May 2012

  • crowshow

    “Great juxtapositions Batman! Rush is timeless as the music transcends yet another generation. Sounds like there's more brewing upstairs... anxiously looking forward to the next incarnation. A place we've never been before?” — crowshow, 9 May 2012

  • luckydog

    “How long is the film?” — luckydog, 9 May 2012

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Film Credits

writer
Christopher Romeike
director
Christopher Romeike
picture editor
James Francey
director of photography
John Minh Tran
Jeffery Waldron
Christopher Romeike
sound recordist
Mike Filippov
Chris Howland
re-recording
Alexis Eskandari
sound effects editor
Steven Ejbick
senior producer
Gerry Flahive

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