“”Re-Vinylized” is a 30-minute documentary about independent record stores in Chicago. The film celebrates the culture of independent record stores while examining the effects of downloading and the recent resurgence of vinyl record sales. The documentary profiles a number of Chicago’s independent record stores, and features interviews with store owners, employees and customers as well as insightful commentary from national music critics Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot (of National Public Radio’s “Sound Opinions” program). The film was an official selection of the 2012 Chicago International Reel Shorts Film Festival.” – via Whiskey Bender Productions
Hat tip to Carlyle for telling me about this documentary.