The Tower Theatre Foundation announced it has negotiated exclusive rights to a series of concert and behind-the-scenes documentaries of renowned rock music performers by theworld’s top filmmakers. The new Rockumentary Film Club kicks-off Monday,October 7 at 7 pm with “The Rolling Stones: Charlie is My Darling,” a film diary of the young band touring Ireland in 1965. The movie includes an introduction by Kurt Loder, an interview with Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl, and early versions of the enduring hits “Satisfaction,” “The Last Time,” and “Timeis on My Side.”
“We are thrilled to offer this new series of digitally restored and remastered films to the music- and cinema-lovers of Central Oregon,” said Ray Solley, executive director of the Tower Theatre Foundation. “It’s a rare chance to experience some classic rock performances in an intimate setting with stadium quality audio.”
The series continues into early 2014 with:
LedZeppelin: Live from London 2007 November 4
Hendrix70: Live at Woodstock November 25
PeterGabriel: Live from London 2011 December 30
PaulMcCartney & Wings: Live from Seattle 1976 January13
All films are rated PG. AClub Pass includes a ticket to each of the movies, reserved seating, and freepopcorn. Worthy Brewing, the Source Weekly, and KQAK are series sponsors.
The nonprofit Tower Theatre Foundation owns and operates the historic stage in downtown Bend. The Foundation’s mission is to be the leading performing arts organization, providing cultural and education programs that make an essential contributionto Central Oregon’s lifestyle and strengthen the community. Membership, program information and individual and group tickets are available at the box office(835 NW Wall), by phone (541-317-0700) or online (www.towertheatre.org). Details on events are also at facebook.com/TheTowerTheatre.
What: “Rolling Stones: Charlie is My Darling” (1965;rated PG)
When: Monday, October 7 – 7 pm
Where: TowerTheatre - 835 NW Wall Street - Bend, Oregon
Tickets: $12 General admission seating
Ticket to 5 films, reservedseating, free popcorn
Plus $1 Historic Theatre PreservationFee