Sweetwater: A True Rock Story


2h 1999

Brief Synopsis

Fact-based drama about a television producer assigned to track down the surviving members of Sweetwater, a short-lived band that played at Woodstock in 1969. Through a series of interviews and flashbacks, the film unravels the mystery surrounding the group's lead singer, Nansi Nevins. Nevins was in

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Clairmont Camera, Inc.; Command Post & Transfer Corporation; Encore Hollywood; Sony Pictures Scoring Stage; Toybox; Vh1 Network; Vh1 Productions; Wilshire Court Productions
Distribution Company
Paramount Home Media
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

Fact-based drama about a television producer assigned to track down the surviving members of Sweetwater, a short-lived band that played at Woodstock in 1969. Through a series of interviews and flashbacks, the film unravels the mystery surrounding the group's lead singer, Nansi Nevins. Nevins was in a car accident that forced her to have a tracheotomy, which ruined her singing voice for years.

Crew

Kirk Adamson

Location Manager

Al Benjamin

Special Effects

Judy Blair

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Bob Bottieri

Production Designer

Ron Bowen

Key Grip

Michael Courtney

Assistant Editor

Michael Courtney

Assistant Editor

Bernard Couture

Director Of Photography

Garvin Cross

Stunt Coordinator

Joanne D'antonio

Editor

Alexia Droz

Assistant Director

Lars Ekstrom

Sound Department

Lars Ekstrom

Sound Mixer

Michelle Fell

Assistant Production Coordinator

Jay Ferguson

Music

William Freesh

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Ira Freidlander

Production Associate

Michele Futerman

Production Coordinator

Joel Goodman

Editor; Additional Editor

Scott Gordon

Music

Vyk Harnett

Visual Effects Supervisor

Dave Hassinger

Other

Julie Glaze Houlihan

Music Supervisor

Chris Hudson

Other

Mark Hudson

Song

Ed Jeffers

Property Master

Amy Jo Johnson

Song

Amy Jo Johnson

Song Performer

Peter Katz

Producer

John King

Executive Producer

John King

Executive Producer

Sid Kozak

Casting Director (Vancouver)

Mark Lane-davies

Set Decorator

Michael G. Larkin

Network Executive

Michael Levy

Other

Pearl Louie

Makeup

Stacy Mandelberg

Production Executive (Wilshire Court Productions)

Steve Mccroskey

Music Editor

Wendy Mclean

Script Supervisor

John J Mcmahon

Associate Producer

Johnny Mcmahon

Associate Producer

Penny Musarra

Casting Director (Los Angeles)

Nancy Nevins

Consultant

Michael O'corrigan

Sound Supervisor

Shawn O'hearn

Transportation Coordinator

Margaret Perry

Costumes

Bob Rajewski

Post-Production Coordinator

Don Ramsden

Unit Production Manager

Blair Roth

Assistant Director

Janet Sala

Hair Stylist

R Russell Smith

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Christopher Tammaro

Camera Operator

David James Tickell

Lighting Technician

Greg Venturi

Art Director

Tim Wesley

Executive Producer

Josh Woodward

Executive Producer

Beverly Wowchuk

Costume Designer

Victoria Wozniak

Screenwriter

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Clairmont Camera, Inc.; Command Post & Transfer Corporation; Encore Hollywood; Sony Pictures Scoring Stage; Toybox; Vh1 Network; Vh1 Productions; Wilshire Court Productions
Distribution Company
Paramount Home Media
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States August 15, 1999

Released in United States on Video November 6, 2001

Began shooting May 1999.

Completed shooting June 1999.