Chris Flanagan talks to Matt and JJ of Hornpod in a thoughtful, funny and in depth chat with fellow music obsessives.
In depth 5 page interview with Chris Flanagan in renowned Reggae culture print publication Riddim Magazine featuring Koffee, Usain Bolt and Robbie Shakespeare.
Jan 2022. Broadcasting /Reggae legend David Rodigan gives a glowing review of Shella.. on his live BBC radio show "If you love music, especially reggae music, then you have to watch this amazing documentary."
Smile Jamaica morning show on TVJ
Live to air interview with Chris Flanagan about his search and the documentary while in Kingston for the Jamaican premiere.
Critic's top pick for the ReFrame Festival in Peterborough 2020
"my favourite film at this year's festival... giving me a new understanding and appreciation for the reggae industry and... reminding me that some of the best music ever recorded never finds commercial success within its time"
POV - Point of View Magazine review at the Hot Docs festival
"... the doc works like clue-seeking procedurals, ...but it more than holds your attention, introducing you to engaging characters ...and building to a more than satisfying finale."
10-cent thrift shop record sends Toronto artist on a years-long reggae investigation
Chris spoke with Carol Off about the search and his documentary premiere at Hot Docs.
Listen to the interview and read the article here: ]https://www.cbc.ca/radio/asithappens/as-it-happens-friday-edition-1.5112374/10-cent-thrift-shop-record-sends-toronto-artist-on-a-years-long-reggae-investigation-1.5112382
"Unraveling a Reggae Mystery"
POV Magazine posted an in-depth interview with Director Chris Flanagan about Shella Record - A Reggae Mystery.
"Flanagan’s decade-long quest ends up having less to do with a single song than how a deep dive into a work of art can literally open up an entire world to be explored. ... thanks to his infectious enthusiasm, we as the viewers feel very much a part of his adventure."
Chris Flanagan spoke with host Patrick Roots of Reggae Riddims, one of Toronto's longest running reggae radio shows on CIUT 89.5 FM
Chris was first on CIUT almost ten years ago seeking information about the mysterious singer, and an anonymous tip from a caller proved to be a key clue to the search.
Shella Records - A Reggae Mystery was promoted in the Jamaica Gleaner's North America edition
Chris Flanagan spoke about Shella Record - A Reggae Mystery with FERNTV at the Hot Docs launch press event.
Shella Record - A Reggae Mystery
Shella Record - A Reggae Mystery is a feature documentary by Chris Flanagan
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