This Film Should Be Played Loud: See new, classic and rare concert films on the big screen. We kick off the party with a DJ set and drinks specials.
For those who remember the ‘80s, Quiet Riot were fun incarnate—complete with a healthy dose of big hair. But there was a dark side to the music that made us smile. Regina Russell’s documentary follows a crossroads in the life of Quiet Riot drummer Frankie Banali, who decided to re-form the band after lead singer Kevin Dubrow died from an accidental drug overdose. Banali, who’ll be a guest at NXNE, powers this character-driven doc through sheer personality and love for his daughter and friends. It’s a tale of human perseverance that will rock your world. NXNE
Director Regina Russell and drummer Frankie Banali will participate in a Q&A.
Screening with PANAMA (8 minutes). - Director will participate in a Q&A.
Arrive early to kick off the party with DJ Moe Berg and drink specials!
9:00 PM: Doors Open
9:45 PM: Screening
Film & Beer Combo: $17 ($14 for Bloor members), includes screening, a beer, and a large popcorn
NXNE Film Festival wristbands: $50 (includes all NXNE Film screenings) - BUY NOW