Local Production Company to Release Documentary About the Dead’s Final Shows

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Bohemian Fliques, a production company formed by students from Cuyahoga Community College, went to Chicago this summer for the Grateful Dead’s final set of shows, dubbed the Fare Thee Well Shows. The students have produced I Need a Miracle, a short documentary that includes footage from the concert parking lot scene, which features a cast of real characters. The film also includes interviews with Dennis McNally, the Grateful Dead's former publicist, Terrapin Flyer’s Doug Hagman and some of the band’s biggest fans.

The documentary will be entirely free and available on Oct. 29 at ineedamiraclefilm.com. You can see the trailer here:

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