Catie's Music in Film, TV and Internet
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Catie on Lightning 100, Sweet Life
Felicity (WB TV show)
This show, Dawson's Creek, Chicago Hope, North Shore and Alias have used songs from Truth From Lies, A Crash Course in Roses, Catie Curtis, and Dreaming in Romance Languages.
ASCAP audio portrait NEW Oct 2008
interview and songs
Hineini: Coming Out in a Jewish High School
A documentary about one student's commitment to spiritual and personal authenticity, and the way she gently challenges the community around her. "Rope Swings and Avalanches" is in the soundtrack. This is an incredible film.
Since they broadcast a version of "Lo How a Rose Er'e Blooming," recorded by me, Jennifer Kimball, Kris Delmhorst and Jimmy Ryan, this has become one of my favorite TV shows. Yes, I admit it.
1998 release starring Harvey Keitel
Our Lips Are Sealed
The Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen flick that earned me some 10 year old fans.
A Slipping Down Life
Starring Guy Pearce and Lili Taylor
I gotta say, this movie is pretty bad.
The coolest moment for me is when Guy Pearce himself sings "Start Again," from "A Crash Course in Roses"
WMVY live radio (archives)
Check out Catie's interview on WMVY, from last fall. Lots of other artists to listen to as well (plus WMVY is a kickin' station!)
Three of Hearts
A tri-ogamous love story. The songs Radical and World Don't Owe Me Nothing are featured in this compelling documentary.
Xena in Radical Video
This is an unauthorized video but I think it's hilarious!
"Long Night Moon by Catie Curtis
She is everything I love about folk music: intelligent lyrics, lovely and interesting melodies, professional musicianship, and a great soothing, comfortable voice."
Catie on Lightning 100, Death Cab for Cutie