Rock in Cinema 2017

STC

"Hallstrom creates such a giddy environment of interviews and stage domination, it easy to get sucked into the touring whirlwind and appreciate this special moment in the history of a legendary group." - CompuServe

“ABBA: The Movie is a documentary/concert film with a fictional skeleton that holds the film together. When radio DJ Ashley Wallace (Robert Hughes) gets the impossible assignment to interview ABBA during their Australian tour, Ashley follows ABBA from city to city in a vain attempt to get time with the group.

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14A

Two words: Bon Scott. Required viewing for any self-respecting rock fan! 1979 concert film

“AC/DC is known for their working-class sensibility that music should be raucous, enjoyable, and made often. Concerns about originality are at best secondary and academic. This ethic particularly defines the Bon Scott Years—1974-1979, before the band wrote movie soundtracks, made music videos, and became ubiquitous over commercial airwaves.

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STC

Special presentation concert film. One Night Only

“Black Sabbath chronicle their triumphant final concert in the documentary The End of the End.

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“Composer Scott Freiman’s love for The Beatles runs so deep, he’s considered one of the world’s foremost Fab Four scholars.

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STC

"Rumble packs a lot of material and great sounds in its 103 minutes." - Film Threat

“It’s been a terrific few years for music documentaries, and that winning streak continues with Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World.
“The film examines the influence of Native Americans on popular music. What at first seems like a thin topic — quick, name two Native American musicians — becomes a master class in the mixing of cultures.

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PG

50th Anniversary!

“California’s Monterey Pop made rock festivals a genuine happening in the 'Summer of Love' of 1967, two years before muddy upstart Woodstock electrified Max Yasgur’s field.

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ADDED SHOW! In October 1965, The Beatles were faced with an impossible task—produce a new album of original music for a Christmas release. Within one month, The Beatles had emerged with what many consider to be one of their greatest albums—Rubber Soul.

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The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is one of the most influential albums of our time. Rolling Stone described it as “the most important rock & roll album ever made, an unsurpassed adventure in concept, sound, songwriting, cover art and studio technology by the greatest rock & roll group of all time.”

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14A

"A film that perfectly captures the essence of the legendary and influential cult band Joy Division and its tragic lead singer, Ian Curtis." - Ebert & Roeper

“When Ian Curtis, lead singer of the Manchester-based, post-punk band Joy Division, killed himself at age 23 in 1980, everything in the band's brief (two album) history suddenly became pregnant with portent.

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“David Gilmour has announced a one-night-only theatrical screening of his new concert film, Live at Pompeii, for September. The movie documents the guitarist's pair of July 2016 shows at the Pompeii Amphitheatre in the ancient Roman city, where his former band Pink Floyd played 45 years prior for their own Live at Pompeii film.

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