The overall message behind Future Love is the idea that we all live, love, learn, fuck up and live again. As long as we all strive to be the best version of ourselves as possible, then we’re doing it right. There’s become this culture of viciously attacking people online after they’ve been caught doing something illegal or immoral. As if society has taken it upon themselves to become the moral police or something. It’s like, no shit, we all make mistakes, it’s part of life and the people feeling the need to anonymously slander a stranger on twitter for getting caught doing cocaine at a baseball game or something, need to get over themselves and worry about their own shit. Our mentality is…fuck it, we’ve smoked it, we’ve drank it, we’ve stolen some shit and we’ve hurt some feelings and we’ve learned a lot in the process. Stop judging other people for living their lives and focus on your own.
A) We were not aware
B) We are procrastinators
C) We have learned our lesson
DO YOUR DAILIES!
Presently we sift through our LA & Nashville footage as we prepare to edit our first Trailer Pitch to secure funding and key cast.
Our hearts are warm and inspiration is flowing. Music truly does light us up and we look forward to bringing you into the world of discovering how and if love does exist in the wings of rock n roll.
We woke up to the eternal youth of the one and only Michael Des Barres knocking on our door looking for a cup of coffee. Sitting down and talking with this man whose stories are animated, exuberant and filled with a confidence that time has brought him to the very place he was meant to be. Challenging us to see with our hearts and not with any preconceived notions of whom others might be.
I’m on a journey and I do not judge or condemn. I’ve been sober for 30 plus years but I can’t tell someone else not to do something, I can only live by the example that anything is possible.
If these walls could talk…
On a sleepy Los Angeles afternoon we entered the home of rock groupie Miss Pamela Des Barres. Apparent that there was no vacancy left to be a fly on the wall dressed in yellow and teal hangings of self-portraits, Elvis, Walt Whitman, Jesus, The GTO’s, and a photograph with Dylan. So much life yet a solace melancholy filled the room, maybe to realize that life with a musician is more of a dream.
The way I see it, we were their muses and they needed us.
In Studio City we went back to the time when rock & roll lit up the Sunset Strip with an energy that was as flamboyant and crude as there ever might be. We sat down with Blue Dixon who is not afraid to tell it like it is and reflects on the fact that as women we need to have each other’s back because it can be a cruel, dark world otherwise. Stories of life on the road and how she became an unwelcome member on the tour bus by speaking her mind.
This bus don’t roll until we drop the hoe off at the Texaco.
No man was ever going to stand in my way. I love Dee but I don’t need him.
Each artistic encounter brings another perspective to the equation as we seek to answer the question ‘does or can’ real love exist in this industry. What is love to each person and is the end result fuelled by chance or choice.
Schedule purgatory doomed the mind over the last summer months. Pulling teeth and wrangling at the zoo can feel like an understatement, but as the pieces fit we are locked and loaded to film with The Palms, Dee and Suzette Snider, Blue Dixon, Escondido, Michael and Pamela Des Barres to name a few. Stay tuned as we journal the journey and continue to bring you behind the scenes, in the making of: ‘Love Yourself More.’
An uplifting film about women, love & music in a refreshing way that has not been done before. We are not looking for dirt or ‘dialogue that sells’ but instead passionately pursuing the essence of real love, that sometimes elusive bond that we all search for. Discovering the substance of these women and all that they bring to the lives of their partners and ultimately seeking to answer the question ‘does’ or ‘can’ real love exist in this industry.