Kiss Takes the Stage in ‘Spinning Gold’ – First Clip (Exclusive)

Kiss Takes the Stage in ‘Spinning Gold’ – First Clip (Exclusive)
Kiss takes the stage in the first exclusive clip to emerge from hotly anticipated musical biopic “Spinning Gold.”

The long-gestating movie about Casablanca Records founder Neil Bogart — directed by his son Tim Bogart and now in post-production — has finally landed, and is being screened to buyers at the Cannes Film Festival market this week.

Founded in 1974 by Neil Bogart, Casablanca Records was the home to Kiss, Donna Summer, the Village People and Parliament Funkadelic, among others. The company contributed the first smash extended single to clubs and radio stations all over the world with Summer’s 17-minute 1975 banger “Love to Love You,” and released 289 albums from more than 140 artists.

Spinning Gold” was first conceived in 1990 and has weathered many drafts, multiple castings (Justin Timberlake was at one point attached to the movie) and a decades-long search for the right director.

Said Tim Bogart of the project: “Born Neil Bogatz in
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