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Directed by
Mike Myers and Beth Aala

USA / 2015 / 85

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Shep Gordon
Shep Gordon, the 2017 Woodstock Film Festival Trailblazer honoree, is one of the most beloved and successful men in show business, and Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon is an entertaining and inspiring tribute to this unsung hero. Within the first few minutes of comedian Mike Myers' directorial debut, you'll find yourself enjoying getting to know this warm and congenial man, as the film reveals the history of his success – a mix of skill, personality and luck. At age 21, on his first night in Los Angeles, he fell in with Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix, and with determination and sheer chutzpah his future was launched. A life filled with sex, drugs, women, and rock 'n roll (and immense good works and generosity), Supermensch chronicles Gordon's trajectory with amusing anecdotes told by friends, a Who's Who list of celebrities that includes Alice Cooper, Michael Douglas, Tom Arnold, and Sylvester Stallone, among others, along with the supermensch himself.
Mike Myers gained his comic footing in the Second City Comedy Troupe. He later gained success and fame as a central cast member of Saturday Night Live, creating such characters as Linda Richman and Sprockets, before going on to even greater success in Hollywood films such as Shrek, Wayne's World and the Austin Powers series.

Beth Aala is an Filipino-American documentary filmmaker and film producer. Aala received a bachelor's degree from UC San Diego in both Visual Arts and Communication. In 2006, she won a Peabody Award for co-producing the film The Music in Me. Aala is best known for Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon, which she co-directed and produced with comedian Mike Myers.

Cast/Featuring: Shep Gordon, Alice Cooper, Anne Murray, Robert Ezrin, Mike Myers, Sylvester Stallone
Executive Producer(s): Molly Thompson
Producer(s): Beth Aala
Director(s): Mike Myers and Beth Aala
Cinematographer(s): Michael Priott-Bruun, Adreas von Scheele
Editor(s): Joseph Krings
Sound Designer(s): John Houlihan, Willa Yudell
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