Music Fan Film Series

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…surrounded by people who love

music just as much as you do

The Music Fan Film Series started on the July 4th weekend of 2014 when John Wackman helped organize the Music Invasion Weekend which consisted of A Hard Day’s Night 50th Anniversary Edition, Stop Making Sense, The Last Waltz, and Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me. To compliment the event an enthusiastic group of local record collectors curated an exhibit in the Rosendale lobby titled: “50 Years of Classic LP Covers”–drawn from the collections of fans throughout the mid-Hudson Valley. A programming sub-committee has been curating the Music Fan Film Series ever since. (Scroll down to read more about our Co-Producers)

 


 

OUR NEXT SCREENING:

 

Valley of the Dolls (1967)

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

7:15 pm | PG-13 | Drama, Music, Romance | 2 hr 3 min | Sponsored by Clove & Creek and Hops Petunia Floral, 73 Broadway, Kingston | Valley of the Dolls is first in a three week series of 50th Anniversary – 1967 Groovy Movie Flashbacks!

In New York City, bright but naive New Englander Anne Welles (Barbara Parkins) becomes a secretary at a theatrical law firm, where she falls in love with attorney Lyon Burke (Paul Burke). Anne befriends up-and-coming singer Neely O’Hara (Patty Duke), whose dynamic talent threatens aging star Helen Lawson (Joey Bishop) and beautiful but talentless actress Jennifer North (Sharon Tate). The women experience success and failure in love and work, leading to heartbreak, addiction and tragedy.


 

Monterey Pop

Tuesday, June 20 – Wednesday, June 21

7:15 pm | 1 hr 18 min | Documentary, History, Music
Sponsored by The Bakery in New Paltz (ilovethebakery.com) and Lance’s Plumbing Service, Inc.

Monterey Pop is a 1968 concert film by D. A. Pennebaker that documents the Monterey Pop Festival, a three-day concert event held June 16 to June 18, 1967 at the Monterey County Fairgrounds in Monterey, California. Join us at the Rosendale Theatre in celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the greatest pre-Woodstock rock music festival with a restoration of the legendary concert film.


Bob Dylan: Dont Look Back (1967)
Tuesday, June 27

7:15 pm | Music/Documentary | 1 hr 36 min | 50th Anniversary

In 1965, the iconic troubadour Bob Dylan toured the United Kingdom at the age of 23, and director D.A. Pennebaker was allowed behind the scenes to provide one of the most intimate glimpses of the private and frequently cantankerous songwriter. The film chronicles Dylan’s concert appearances, hotel room conversations, and transportation downtime, pulling back the curtain on the folk messiah at the end of his relationship with Joan Baez and on the cusp of his creative shift toward rock music.


Danny Says
Tuesday, July 11
7:15 pm | 1 hr 44 min | Documentary, Animation, Biography

Music manager and publicist Danny Fields works with some of the biggest acts in the 1960s and ’70s, including the Doors, Cream, Lou Reed, Nico, Judy Collins, the Stooges and the Ramones.


Check out our previous screenings…

2014
Music Invasion Weekend A Hard Day’s Night:

Rosendale Theatre’s July 4th Music Invasion Weekend
Saturday, July 5th, 2014

Stop Making Sense:

Rosendale Theatre’s July 4th Music Invasion Weekend
Sunday, July 6th, 2014

Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me: Rosendale Theatre’s July 4th Music Invasion Weekend
Saturday, July 5th, 2014
 2015
 The Last Waltz: Rosendale Theatre’s July 4th Music Invasion Weekend
Sunday, July 6th, 2014
The Wrecking Crew
March 24
Lambert and Stamp
July 28 & August 1
Love and Mercy
July 31 – August 3 and August 6
2016
Amy
September 1 & 5
Paradise is There, Natalie Merchant
November 3 & 7
Heart of a Dog
December 15 & 16

Janis
January 19 & 20, 2016

 

The Amazing Nina Simone
February 16 & 17

Ornette, Made in America
March 8 & 9

Mavis
April 5

Purple Rain
May 7

Sing Street
June 3-6, 8-9

Queen: A Night in Bohemia & Heavy Metal Parking Lot
July 12-13

Sidemen: Long Road to Glory
August 2-3

The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years
September 15

2017

Eat That Question: Frank Zappa in His Own Words
October 4-5

The Music of Strangers
November 1-2

Miles Ahead
December 2 -5 and 8

The Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene Smith
January 10-11

The Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened
February 7-8

Gimme Danger
March 7-8

Take Me to the River
April 11 – 12

Chasing Trane: John Coltrane Feature Documentary

May 9 – 10

 

Valley of the Dolls (1967)

Wednesday, June 14

Monterey Pop

June 20 -21

Bob Dylan: Dont Look Back
Tuesday, June 27

Danny Says
July 11

 

 

 

 


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Local record collectors curated an exhibit in the Rosendale lobby titled: “50 Years of Classic LP Covers”

ABOUT our Co-Producers:

John Wackman worked in television as a writer, producer and executive producer for 28 years in New Hampshire and New York City. He is a musician and music fan.

Rob Norris is best known as the bassist for The Bongos–the founding fathers of the ’80’s Hoboken indie-music scene. He also plays with Blue Paradox, East Of Venus, Tulula!, Living With Elephants, and OmU (who twice toured in Cuba). Over the years Rob has played with Donovan, Damo Suzuki (Can), The B-52’s, Garth Hudson (Band), Steve Holley (Wings), Lenny Kaye (Patti Smith Group), David Johansen (NY Dolls), IMG_2004wMarshall Crenshaw and Moby–as well as members of R.E.M., The Feelies, Yo La Tengo, Throbbing Gristle, Television, Osibisa and The Velvet Underground. He has played in hundreds of venues from San Francisco to New York to London to Berlin and appears on dozens of recordings. Rob’s solo CD “Morning Becomes Electric” is available at all online digital outlets. He has also been a holistic healer for over twenty-five years, with a private practice in New York’s Hudson Valley.

PamMusic Invasion Weekend- Lobby Album Show Kray is a film/video artist and writer. She has exhibited in the United States and internationally through numerous solo screenings and festival participation and has collaborated artistically with film and video makers, audio composers, painters, sculptors, and dancers.