'Completely in the Present' is a non-fiction film examining the pioneering life and works of artist, musician, and educator, Tony Conrad.
“I wasn’t interested in propagating the culture of musical composition as a professional undertaking,” Mr. Conrad recalls in Mr. Hubby’s film. “Whereas people like Philip Glass and Steve Reich and La Monte Young, they studied composition and wanted to be big composers. I wanted to end composing, get rid of it. I wanted it to die out.” - New York Times