Lambert & Stamp

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Lambert & Stamp
LambertandStamp.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by James D. Cooper
Produced by James D. Cooper
Douglas Graves
Loretta Harms
Music by The Who
Cinematography James D. Cooper
Edited by Christopher Tellefsen
Production
company
Harms/Cooper, Motorcinema, Inc. Production
Distributed by Sony Pictures Classics
Release date
Running time
120 minutes
Country United States
Language English
French
German

Lambert & Stamp is a 2014 American documentary film, produced and directed by James D. Cooper.[1][2] The film had its world premiere at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2014.[3][4]

After its premiere at Sundance Film Festival, Sony Pictures Classics acquired the distribution rights of the film.[5][6] The film later screened at 2014 Sundance London Film Festival on April 18, 2014.[7][8] The film had its theatrical release in United States on April 3, 2015.[9]

Synopsis[edit]

The film narrates that how aspiring filmmakers Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert, searching a subject for their underground movie, wound up discovering, mentoring and co-managing English rock band The Who.

Reception[edit]

Lambert & Stamp received positive reviews from critics. Rob Nelson of Variety, said in his review that "James D. Cooper's impeccably directed debut is a definitive screen bio of the Who and its-rock operatic rise."[10] David Rooney in his review for The Hollywood Reporter praised the film by saying that "A wonderfully alive behind-the-music chronicle that rescues two genuine mavericks from the footnotes of rock history."[11]

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