Published Oct 19, 2011We've known for a while now that Halifax native Rich Aucoin is returning this fall with We're All Dying to Live. What we didn't know, however, is that Aucoin has also been putting together a film of the same name. We've even now got a glimpse of movie via a new trailer.
On Aucoin's YouTube post, he says the film "took three years to make and is made of cuts from 40 different films in the Public Domain."
The movie is to be uploaded to YouTube in segments, with the final version being made available this December. The film is designed to accompany his album, which was recorded with 500 musicians across Canada, and proves Aucoin is truly working towards a full audio-visual experience with We're All Dying to Live.
The album is due out November 1 via Sonic Records, and film clips will be uploaded to the net over the next few weeks.
Check out the trailer below.