CAN’T STAND LOSING YOU: SURVIVING THE POLICE Launches On Demand Exclusively with Vimeo!

June 11, 2015

Following a successful multi-city North American theatrical release by Cinema Libre Studio, The Police documentary inspired by Andy Summers’ memoir One Train Later, Can’t Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police, is being released today exclusively on Vimeo On Demand for $4.99 rental or $12.99 digital download (US & Canada).

“A Must See” according to Indiewire, Can’t Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police follows Summers' journey from his early days in the psychedelic ‘60s music scene, when he played with The Animals, to chance encounters with drummer Stewart Copeland and bassist Sting, which led to the formation of new wave trio, The Police.

During the band’s phenomenal rise, and its dissolution at the height of their popularity in the mid-80s, Summers’ captured history with his candid photographs.

Utilizing rare archival footage and insights from the guitarist’s side of the stage, Can't Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police brings together the past and present as the band members reunite, two decades later, for a global reunion tour in 2007.

Pre-Order It Now:

For updates including giveaways and appearances by Andy Summers, you can sign up for the film’s newsletter at or follow along on Facebook ( and Twitter (

posted by holyman
Surviving the Police
Strangely there was a Belgium release last year and I got a copy then Ian
Newer comments    1 - 1 of 1    Older comments


Jun 9, 2015

Julia’s House families became the guests of Sting and Trudie Styler after the couple hosted an event for them in the grounds of their Wiltshire home. More than 170 of the mums, dads and children supported by the Dorset and Wiltshire Children’s Hospices enjoyed a relaxing day in the beautiful gardens near Amesbury...

Jun 4, 2015

Check out this new video created exclusively for, filmed in April 2015 over the course of Sting’s benefit concerts at the Sage Gateshead in Newcastle. Featuring a live performance of “All This Time,” Sting and the band discuss what it means to perform songs from “The Last Ship” at the Sage, in the town that helped craft this body of work.