Jan 19, 20: The Northwest Film Center presents REEL MUSIC 25

Here are this weekend's films (sent over by Jessica at the NW Film Center).

The Northwest Film Center presents:
REEL MUSIC 25
January 11- February 3
REEL Music Film Festival, Portalnd, OregonNorthwest Film Center's Whitsell Auditorium at the Portland Art Museum: 1219 SW Park Ave.
Admission Prices: $7.00 General, $6.00 Members, Students, Seniors
Welcome to our 25th edition of Reel Music. We've been on the look out over the year for new works-and very timely classics-for our annual celebration of sound and image and music and culture. As always, our special thanks go to Willamette Week and Music Millennium for helping to make it all happen. We hope you find something in this year's eclectic lineup to get your New Year off on the right note. Enjoy.

JAN 18 FRI 9 PM
YOU'RE GONNA MISS ME
US 2005
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
US 2007
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 Zì°
BRAZIL 2006
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 Zé, considered by many (including David Byrne and Arto Lindsay) to have revitalized the ever-evolving Tropicalia movement. (89 mins.)

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