NIRVANA-Inspired Documentary Receives DVD Release

Canadian NIRVANA fan and documentary filmmaker Steven James May has announced the release of his documentary, "The Nevermind Year", on DVD. Told from the perspective of aging NIRVANA fan, "The Nevermind Year" explores the relationship between the suicide of punk-rock icon Kurt Cobain, and May's own quest for fulfillment in his 28th year. The documentary premiered at the 23rd Atlantic Film Festival in Halifax, Canada, and aired on CBC Atlantic and SCN in April 2004 to mark the 10th anniversary of the death of Kurt Cobain. "The Nevermind Year" DVD includes the following extra features:

* Bonus Footage
* Director Commentary
* English and French Subtitles
* Production Stills
* Credits
* English Closed Captioning

The DVD is available for sale exclusively at or by calling 902-446-3669.


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