NEW JERSEY FILM FEST
DOC N' ROLL
UK FILM FEST
JULIEN DUBUQUE FILM FEST
"...there's no other way to say it. 'Leftover Feelings: a Studio B Revival' is a must see musical journey with two of Americana's legends and I'll dare say it'll make you love them even more."
"The film is beautifully shot in black & white, providing a sense of history...The way it’s shot makes it appear like the studio’s history is continuing to be made just as it was in its early days. The black & white images make the studio seem timeless."
"...the making of the album and the history of the studio makes this a documentary that does not stagnate. It keeps on moving, giving the audience a chance to experience everything...This is a beautiful documentary. I recommend it."
“One of the things I cherish most about my life is pushing the play button and entering a world like this. It is the rare occasion a film ends too soon...my soul is still humming.”
Co-Director/Programmer Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival
"As the guy who is privileged enough to go to Studio B every day, I sometimes lose track of the magic for a minute or two..
Your coverage of the John/Jerry sessions was honest, truthful and entertaining. Y'all put in so many lovely little moments that charmed me to the core. And, at the end, I teared up. My colleague who has been giving tours of Studio B for nearly 20 years, was in the same boat.”
Studio Manager Historic RCA Studio B
“Just watched the doc and loved it! It was beautifully shot and masterfully edited. The sense of communal joy really comes across, as does the mutual respect from everyone involved. My wife and I loved every detail...”
Author “Have a Little Faith: The John Hiatt Story”
Two Nashville music legends, John Hiatt & Jerry Douglas, team up during the pandemic to record their Grammy-nominated album “Leftover Feelings” in Elvis’s favorite studio, RCA’s fabled Studio B. Walking in the footsteps of Elvis, Dolly, and Waylon through the house that Chet Atkins built, John & Jerry attempt to revive and capture the magical sounds of this historic room where so many early hit songs were made. They set the bar high for their first-ever collaboration, chasing a special album that exceeds their high expectations after two lifetimes full of musical accomplishment. Featuring commentary along the journey from friends and collaborators Lyle Lovett, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, Molly Tuttle, Jeff Hanna, and Connie Smith, this film spotlights the legacy of Music City’s most significant studio through the lens of two godfathers of Americana music.