Rush superfan Jillian Maryonovich is featured in the latest preview of the band’s upcoming 40th anniversary tour documentary “Time Stand Still.”
The project captures the Canadian rockers and their fans during the band’s “R40” tour, with Maryonovich billed as a “Rush Fan-In-Chief.” She is the creative director of RushCon: The Convention For Rush Fans – whose next event is coming up in a few weeks – when she isn’t performing her day job as Digital Creative Director for the White House and aide to President Barack Obama.
“My fandom, especially in college,” explains Maryonovich, “was such a fever pitch, I was just vibrating with Rush fandom. I could not get enough. This was before Facebook and the internet, so like this was me cutting out photos from magazines and covering my walls. It just got exhausting.
“I loved them so much and I was so heavily inspired by everything that it’s my outlet for my crazy.”
Rush will premiere “Time Stand Still” in cinemas across North America on November 3 via Fathom Events, with the main feature accompanied by an exclusive 20-minute film "Rush: A Salute To Kings" that sees fellow rockers sharing their thoughts on the group.
For theater locations and ticket details, visit fathomevents.com
“Time Stand Still” will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 18.
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