The Filmmakers

A film made by 311 fans for 311 fans.

A film by Wayne Price & Brandon “B Love” Hardin
Produced by: 311 & Wayne Price
Director of Photography: Wayne Price
Edited by: Brandon Hardin
Executive Producers: Peter Katsis, Adam Raspler, Peter Raspler, Joel Mark

PRODUCER: Wayne Price

In addition to Enlarged to Show Detail 3, Wayne Price, an accomplished filmmaker and photographer, has directed two feature films, The Doorman (2008) and Heartworn Highways Revisited (2017). Wayne has has shot and directed 100+ short music films with the likes of Mark Ronson, Brazilian Girls, The Roots, Norah Jones, Mumford and Sons, Chris Isaak and The Bonnaroo and Outside Lands Music Festivals. Wayne used to manage 311’s website in the early 2000’s, sparking a friendship that led to the band inviting him to film video from their concerts and events. He’s captured intimate footage with the band and performances from several 311 Days and 311 Cruises, and helped orchestrate a unique crew of fan filmers to capture the bands performance of “Transistor” at the PowWow Festival in 2011. Wayne is inspired by community, and focuses on stories and images that shed light on the human need for connection. Inspired by what he saw as a huge fan family, he laid down the roots of what has now become ETSD3 by asking a cross section of longtime 311 fans to express their POV on the community, and how it has affected their lives. Many of these interviews with fans are not only featured in the film, but provide the driving narrative. As a final tip of the hat towards the fan involvement in creating this film, Wayne deferred almost all of the editorial decision making to longtime 311 community member, Brandon “B Love” Hardin. The result is a truly unique film that is made honestly with love by both the band and the fans.

EDITOR: Brandon “B Love" Hardin

In addition to editing Enlarged to Show Detail 3, Brandon (aka “B Love”) has edited several videos and short films for 311 including the video for the band’s single "Five of Everything” (from the Stereolithic album) and the behind-the-scenes making of the "Too Much To Think” video (from the Mosaic album). A die-hard 311 fan since 1994, B Love has seen nearly 200 311 shows. During the band’s first years, B Love was able to get 311’s music included in his pro inline skating videos, which provided 311’s music early exposure worldwide, and resulted in a long, close relationship with the band to this day. Following a successful stint as a professional inline skater where B Love was an X Games gold medalist, he launched a career in video editing and production. He has since edited a wide variety of material including music videos, commercials, and most recently a 10-episode docu-series about big-wave surfing.