This Film Should Be Played Loud: See new, classic and rare concert films on the big screen.
Called “the greatest rock film ever made,”
this landmark documentary follows the
Rolling Stones on their notorious 1969 tour
of the United States. When 300,000 members
of the ‘love generation’ collided with a
few dozen Hell’s Angels at San Francisco’s
Altamont Speedway, direct cinema pioneers
David and Albert Maysles and Charlotte
Zwerin immortalized on film the bloody
clash that transformed a decade’s dreams
Arrive early to kick off the evening with a DJ set by Moe Berg.
9:00 PM: Doors Open
10:00 PM: Screening
Doc & Beer Combo: $18 (Members: $14, $12, $6), includes screening, a can of Steam Whistle and a large popcorn.
Also screening as part of Maysles in May. See seven of the Maysles’ films for only $42 ($35 for Bronze and Silver members, Free for Gold members). BUY NOW
Co-presented by NXNE.