(HOLLYWOOD, CA.) UNICORN: Journey Through Time, the much-anticipated motion picture about the legendary ’60s L.A. band, Unicorn and their long lost masterpiece concept album, The Cosmic Storyteller, is nearing completion for release in 2011.

The film has newly discovered historical footage. Principal photography includes dramatic recreations of Unicorn’s bizarre adventures that led to their breakup in 1967.

The picture is written, directed, and produced by Hilary Clay Hicks. Omar Kaczmarcyk is executive producer. It is represented by LongTale International, Kaczmarczyk’s next generation distribution sales and intellectual property assets manager organization.

Among the ’60s icons already filmed are Michelle Phillips; Owen Elliott-Kugell (daughter of the late “Mama Cass” Elliott), Barry McGuire, Scott McKenzie, Hal Blaine, and members of The Lovin’ Spoonful, Electric Prunes, Moby Grape, Big Brother & The Holding Company, Grateful Dead; Electric Flag, Sweetwater; Quicksilver Messenger Service, surviving members of Unicorn, and many others.

Set against the events that were the rites of passage of the baby boom generation, the story contains news-making celebrity secrets, mysteries, and unusual insights into cultural phenomena that still affect society today.

The soundtrack features dozens of selections from The Cosmic Storyteller and other unreleased “lost” Unicorn recordings that also boast guest ’60s music greats such as members of Steppenwolf, The Association, Rick Nelson’s Stone Canyon Band, the Ray Charles Orchestra, the Marvin Gaye Band, and the Quincy Jones Orchestra.

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