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Director/Producer: Michael Cain (Sundance Award Winner, “TV Junkie;” Founding Artistic Director of the AFI Dallas International Film Festival co-creator of the Dallas Film Society, host of the Dallas International Film Festival)
Director/Editor: Miles Hargrove
Producers: Melina McKinnon, Dennis Bishop (“Dexter”)
Producer/Music Supervisor: Wade Hampton
Executive Producers: Gary Cogill and Ruth Mutch (“Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best,” “TV Junkie”)
“Dallas was the epicenter for 1980s counterculture. The heartbeat of the city was the STARCK CLUB – Shangri-La for the rich, the famous, the uber hip: movie stars, rock stars, sports celebrities, Dallas debutantes, politicians all found peace and love together. The then legal drug, MDMA or “Ecstasy”, was adding euphoric fuel to the fire. I entered the curtains of the STARCK CLUB a right wing, conservative, real estate agent in my twenties who thought I had seen and done it all. I came out only a real estate agent who never saw the world the same again.” — Michael Cain
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