Few musicians embody the aggression, experimentation and self-destruction of the '80s and '90s alt-rock scene better than Al Jourgensen frontman for industrial metal pioneers Ministry. His sample-laced, riff-heavy sound earned Jourgensen a reputation as one of metal's most forward-thinking artists, while his appetite for altered states had even Timothy Leary worried.
Featuring never-before-seen performance footage and interviews with a veritable who's who of alt-rock royalty (including members of Nine Inch Nails, Tool, The Jesus Lizard and Jane's Addiction), Fix: the Ministry Movie pulls no punches in its look at Jourgensen's rock and roll lifestyle. It's all here: the drugs, the debauchery, the antics and most importantly, the music, uncensored and uninhibited. Like Ministry itself, this rock doc from director Douglas Freel and Albertan producer Michael Sikorsky is as unflinching as it gets.
After the film is over, FIX ticket holders are invited to join the filmmakers down the street at the FIX After Party at the Libertine Public House, 223 - 8 Ave. S.W.
- Doug Freel
- Executive Producer
- Paul Barker, Edward Bates, Laura Anne Edwards, Al Jourgensen, Angelina Jourgenson, Kevin Kerslake, Brian Prokop, Michael Sikorsky, Gordon Mcmillan Sloan
- Jeffrey Kinart
- Doug Freel
- Alien Jourgensen, Paul Barker, Lemmy Kilmister, Trent Reznor, Dave Navarro, Jello Biafra, Timothy Leary, William S. Burroughs, Jonathan Davis, Maynard James Keenan