White Rock (film)

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White Rock is a 1977 documentary film about the 1976 Winter Olympics held in Innsbruck, Austria. The narrator was James Coburn.

The film was directed by Tony Maylam, who at around the same time had also made a concert film featuring the rock group Genesis, Genesis: In Concert. The two films were shown as a double bill in British cinemas in 1977.

A soundtrack album, White Rock was recorded by Rick Wakeman in 1977.

The Weinstein Brothers' independent film company Miramax Films produced the film.

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