Nickelback Documentary ‘Hate To Love’ Headed To Cinemas Worldwide

Nickelback Documentary ‘Hate To Love’ Headed To Cinemas Worldwide

An official Nickelback documentary, Hate To Love: Nickelback, is headed to cinemas worldwide. Trafalgar Releasing, Gimme Sugar Productions, and Submarine Entertainment announced plans to release the feature-length documentary film about one of Canada's most iconic and globally celebrated rock bands for two nights only on March 27th and March 30th. Tickets for the global theatrical…

An official Nickelback documentary, Hate To Love: Nickelback, is headed to cinemas worldwide.

Trafalgar Releasing, Gimme Sugar Productions, and Submarine Entertainment announced plans to release the feature-length documentary film about one of Canada’s most iconic and globally celebrated rock bands for two nights only on March 27th and March 30th.

Tickets for the global theatrical release go on sale beginning February 22 at 10 a.m. ET at NickelbackFilm.com. The feature-length documentary will be distributed to over 1350 locations across 30 countries.

The documentary premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last September.

Hate To Love: Nickelback was directed by British filmmaker Leigh Brooks, who has previously worked on films about Life Of Agony and Terrorvision. The film explores Nickelback’s farm town origins, musical ambitions and global success as well as all of the hate they have received.

Brooks previously explained about his experience on working on the documentary, saying, “Wow. 6 years filming the Nickelback doc and today was the last day, Nickelback and everyone one of the Nickel team are fine, fine people. Eternally grateful the band let us document this amazing film. There were times I didn’t think this day would come, and although it feels like a freight train grinding to a halt, I’m really excited for what is pulling up at the station as we speak.”

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