Here are this weekend's films (sent over by Jessica at the NW Film Center).
JAN 18 FRI 9 PM
YOU'RE GONNA MISS ME
DIRECTOR: KEVEN MCALESTER
As the riveting front man to Texas psyche-punk band The 13th Floor Elevators, Roky Erickson was one of the progenitors of psychedelic music. YOU'RE GONNA MISS ME is a devastating exploration of the life and world of one of rock's most legendary, tragic and influential figures. (91 mins.)
JAN 19 SAT 2 PM
RUNNIN' DOWN A DREAM: TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS
DIRECTOR: PETER BOGDANOVICH
Liberally peppered with rare concert footage-from Florida bars to major stadium appearances-this epic documentary chronicles Petty's battles with the record industry and his collaborations with Bob Dylan, Stevie Nicks, Roger McGuinn and the Traveling Wilburys. (253 mins.) PRESENTED WITH A BRIEF INTERMISSION.
JAN 19 SAT 9:15 PM
FABRICATING TOM ZÃƒÆ’¬Â°
DIRECTOR: DECIO MATOS JR.
Filmed during a 2005 European concert tour, this lively behind-the-scenes portrait uses video, animation, and film to chart the personal universe of musician Tom ZÃƒÆ’©, considered by many (including David Byrne and Arto Lindsay) to have revitalized the ever-evolving Tropicalia movement. (89 mins.)