Wayne Price - Recent Work

Road Trippin with Ice Cream Man | Babelgum

directed by Wayne Price, Phil DiFiore

2009, trailer for 32-episode season

Season 1 of the acclaimed documentary music series following the world's most famous cream slinger on his mission to give away half a million free ice creams at music festivals across the USA. Each episode features intimate, stripped-down performances from top music artists, including MGMT, Cold War Kids, Broken Social Scene, and many more.

Josh Ritter | Daily Candy

directed by Wayne Price

2010, 4 min, color, sound

music short

Josh Ritter with Dawn Landes performing Southern Pacifica in their kitchen.

Mumford & Sons | Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival

directed by Wayne Price

2010, 7 min, color, sound

music short

Les Savy Fav | Current TV

directed by Wayne Price

2009, 4 min, color, sound

Brooklyn indie rock stalwarts, Les Savy Fav, prepare for their performance at the Brooklyn Masonic Temple and go shopping for lead singer Tim Harrington’s new baby.

Karen Elsen | Daily Candy

directed by Wayne Price

2009, 3 1/2 min, color, sound

Top model, vintage boutique owner, and wife of The White Stripes’ Jack White, Karen Elson is a force of nature. She sings about a force of nature in this intimate performance of her original song, Cruel Summer.


Wayne Price - Feature Films

The Road to 311 Day | Sony Music

directed by Wayne Price

2008, trailer for 84 min. film

Released as part of the Deluxe Edition of seminal modern rock band, 311’s, latest album, Evolver, this documentary film follows the lives of the band on the road in the days leading up to their anticipated bi-annual concert event in New Orleans.

The Doorman | Gigantic Pictures

directed by Wayne Price

2008, 76 min, color, sound

Feature-length docu-drama peering into the fragile façade of the world's most famous doorman without a door. With guest appearances by members of the NY social elite, including Bungalow 8’s Amy Sacco, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy’s Thom Felicia, and legendary director of The Last Picture Show, Peter Bogdanovich.

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