‘Murder in the Front Row’: An interview with director Adam Dubin [The Bay Bridged]


When Adam Dubin set out to film Murder in the Front Row, a documentary about the beginnings of the Bay Area thrash metal scene, it wasn’t supposed to be through the eyes of a musicologist, which he admits he is not. “I’m interested in how people felt,” Dubin says. “What was going on at the time and what people were responding to — the musicians themselves and their fans.”

Dubin — well-known director of many Beastie Boys music videos, including the hilarious “Fight for your Right to Party” — had worked with Metallica for over twenty-five years before he approached them about being involved in the new film…

Read the full interview on The Bay Bridged

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