Echotone Reviews

September 8, 2011
The realities in Nathan Christ's impressive documentary "Echotone" are, sadly, nothing new. But the emotions surrounding them are nevertheless compelling.
September 6, 2011
Too vital for elegy, Echotone tells an old story whose beginning -- the inception of a vibrant creative hub -- remains mysterious, although the end is easy to predict.
May 25, 2011
There's a potentially fascinating and appreciably more concise 60-minute documentary to be found somewhere amid the uneven and unfocused 88-minute hodgepodge.
September 8, 2011
First-time documentary filmmaker Nathan Christ paints a compelling, if somewhat diffuse, portrait of a city-to say nothing of an entire industry-in transition.
September 4, 2011
A representative, if frustratingly impressionistic, regional-cultural update on Austin's now epochal music scene.
May 21, 2011
With striking imagery of Austin's upward rising skyline, the film follows some of the city's talented but struggling music makers.
May 6, 2011
Appropriately, great care has been taken with the sound design, but even more striking is Robert Garza's cinematography, especially as his camera hops a ride on Downtown's many construction cranes to document a dazzling city in transition.