Rush pay tribute to one of their biggest fans in a freshly posted clip from the band's upcoming Time Stand Still documentary.

In the above clip, premiered by the A.V. Club, viewers meet Jillian Maryonovich, a so-called "Rush-Fan-in-Chief" whose band-oriented pursuits include serving as the creative director for the RushCon fan convention.

Maryonovich helps open a window into the Rush fan community in this three-minute portion of the film, describing her fellow enthusiasts as a "smart, artistic and intelligent bunch" while looking back on her personal professional journey from an advertising office to the White House — where she works as a senior designer and, fortunately for RushCon attendees, has enough latitude to ask for Rush-related time off.

As previously reported, Time Stand Still is heading to theaters for a special one-night event on Nov. 3, when Fathom Events is hosting screenings at select locations. To find out whether it'll be playing at a theater near you, and other info, check the listings at Fathom's site.

Filmed while the band was on its R40 Tour — billed as Rush's farewell to large-scale touring — Time Stand Still promises "a raw, intimate and vivid look" at the group's experience during the dates as well as "a documentary event which covers the R40 tour and the unique relationship Rush have with their devoted fans." For those unable to catch it in the theater, the movie's due to hit the home market on Blu-ray and DVD on Nov. 18, and is available to pre-order now.

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