Talibam! and Foxes in Fiction to play SOUND + VISON series

Spencer Davis

Rocky Horror Picture Show

Having screened Richard Gin’s documentary about The Epoch last year, Lincoln Center is once again preparing to host media more familiar to small clubs than its own lavish environs. The third annual SOUND + VISON series, which opens on July 29 and runs until August 7, again features several films either regarding or soundtracked by underrepresented genres, including (but not limited to) countercultural icons, Latin boogaloo, Jamaican ska, and outlaw country. It will also revisit important music documentary work—this year from rock documentarian Julien Temple.

Free multimedia performances by Talibam! and Foxes in Fiction are also scheduled, as well as a public screening series on Lincoln Center’s campus that will include a “silent” showing of cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show (the audience is to listen through provided wireless headsets). You can find the events that most interest you in this massive undertaking below.

Public Screening Schedule

Wednesday, July 29
6:30pm DANNY SAYS (105min) + Q&A with Brendan Toller and Danny Fields

9:30pm DOMINGUINHOS (79min)

Thursday, July 30
6:30pm LOST ROCKERS (76min) + Q&A with Paul Rachman, writer-producer Steven Blush, subjects Chris Robison, David Peel, Gass Wylde, Jake Holmes, and special guests

9:00pm STATION TO STATION (71min)

Friday, July 31
7:00pm THE ECSTASY OF WILKO JOHNSON (91min) + Q&A with Julien Temple

9:30pm OIL CITY CONFIDENTIAL (104min) + Introduction by Julien Temple

Saturday, August 1
1:00pm IN SEARCH OF HAYDEN (102min) + Introduction by Phil Grabsky

3:30pm JOE STRUMMER: THE FUTURE IS UNWRITTEN (124min)

6:00pm THE CLASH: NEW YEAR’S DAY ’77 (75min) + NEVER MIND THE BAUBLES: CHRISTMAS WITH THE SEX PISTOLS (60min) + Q&A with Julien Temple

9:15pm DAVE DAVIES: KINKDOM COME (75min) + RAY DAVIES: IMAGINARY MAN (80min) + Introduction by Julien Temple

Sunday, August 2
1:30pm SOUND OF REDEMPTION: THE FRANK MORGAN STORY (84min) + Q&A with N.C. Heikin and producer/novelist Michael Connelly

5:00pm GLASTONBURY (138min)

7:45pm GLASTOPIA: GLASTONBURY AFTER HOURS (75min)

9:30pm THE FILTH AND THE FURY (108min)

Monday, August 3
6:30pm LEGENDS OF SKA: COOL & COPASETIC (102min) + Q&A with Brad Klein and percussionist Larry McDonald

8:00pm PRESTON SPURLOCK & FRIENDS (performance)

9:15pm THE LIBERTY OF NORTON FOLGATE (64min)

Tuesday, August 4
6:30pm THEY WILL HAVE TO KILL US: MALIAN MUSIC IN EXILE (105min) + Q&A with Johanna Schwartz

8:00pm AN EVENING WITH TALIBAM (performance)

9:15pm Y/OUR MUSIC (81min)

Wednesday, August 5
6:30pm SUNSHINE SOUP (64min) + Q&A with Johann Rashid and Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe

8:00pm FOXES IN FICTION (performance)

8:30pm WE LIKE IT LIKE THAT – THE STORY OF LATIN BOOGALOO (81min)

Thursday, August 6
6:30pm HEARTWORN HIGHWAYS (92min) + Q&A with producer Graham Leader

9:00pm HEARTWORN HIGHWAYS REVISITED (93min) + Introduction by producer Graham Leader

Friday, August 7
10:45pm THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (100min)

More information here. Tickets will go on sale Thursday, July 9. Single screening tickets are $14; $11 for students and seniors (62+); and $9 for Film Society members.

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