Who Shot Rock & Roll: The Film accompanies the photo exhibit of the same name. The short documentary focuses on the work of the show's nine featured photographers with original interviews and hundreds more rock & roll images. One of the interviewees, Mary McCartney, discusses her mother Linda's body of work. Watch a 3-minute clip of Mary talking about her mother's photos of Paul McCartney, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and many others above. A young Mary even makes an appearance in one of the photos she discusses.
We're happy to announce that the Annenberg Space for Photography's film BEAUTY CULTURE has been selected by the International Documentary Association (IDA) as an entry in the 16th Annual IDA DocuWeek Theatrical Documentary Showcase which runs in Los Angeles August 10-30, 2012.
The 30-minute documentary is directed by filmmaker and photographer Lauren Greenfield. BEAUTY CULTURE explores feminine beauty in contemporary culture through photography and the implication for female body image. It examines our obsession with beauty-- its biological origins and how photographs shape our definitions of it. Elite fashion photographers, models and artists join pageant stars, bodybuilders, teenagers, and intellectuals in a provocative dialogue that addresses the persistent “beauty contest” that is daily life
Screenings of the film will take place in Los Angeles from August 10th through the 16th at the Laemmle NoHo 7 in North Hollywood. A Q&A session with Greenfield will follow those screenings on August 10 & 11.
The documentary will be screened on these seven dates as part of the festival's LA Shorts Program:
FRI 8/10 4:25 PM followed by Q&A with the film's director
SAT 8/11 6:00 PM followed by Q&A with the film's director
SUN 8/12 6:10 PM
MON 8/13 4:25 PM
TUE 8/14 6:00 PM
WED 8/15 6:10 PM
THU 8/16 4:25 PM
General public admission to screenings are available at the Laemmle for $11.00, $8.00 for IDA members and $8.00 for seniors and children. Please see the DocuWeeks site for details about showtimes and admission fees.
Watch a trailer for Beauty CULTURE here.
We're very excited and proud to announce that The Annenberg Space for Photography’s original exhibition documentary, WHO SHOT ROCK & ROLL: The Film, has been selected as an official entry in the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. The short film will be in the category of "Shorts in Competition: Documentary." You may recall the film was part of last summer's record-breaking show, WHO SHOT ROCK & ROLL and features photographs, interviews and behind the scenes footage with acclaimed photographers Ed Colver, Henry Diltz, Jill Furmanovsky, Lynn Goldsmith, Bob Gruen, Norman Seeff, Mark Seliger and Guy Webster. as well as musicians Henry Rollins, Debbie Harry, Noel Gallagher and several others.
WHO SHOT ROCK & ROLL: THE FILM will screen for the public over several days at the Tribeca Film Festival.
For more information about tickets for press or the general public click here.
|Public Screening Schedule||Date||Time||Venue|
|Premiere Screening||4/20/2013||12:00 PM||AV71|
|2nd Screening||4/23/2013||9:30 PM||CCC9|
|3rd Screening||4/26/2013||7:00 PM||CCC5|
|4th Screening||4/28/2013||5:00 PM||TC2|
|Press & Industry Screening Schedule||Date||Time||Venue|
|Press Screening||4/23/2013||10:30 AM||CCC9|
Chelsea Clearview Cinemas (CCC5 & 9)
260 West 23rd Street
(between 7th and 8th Avenues)
New York, NY 10011
AMC Village 7 (AV7-1)
66 Third Avenue @ 11th Street
New York, NY 10003
Tribeca Cinemas (TC2)
54 Varick Street
(Below Canal Street, at Laight Street)
New York, NY 10013
Last year, our short film Beauty Culture screened at Tribeca.
Watch the trailer for WHO SHOT ROCK & ROLL: The FIlm here.
We're very excited to announce that the original 30-minute film by the Annenberg Space for Photography which ran during the BEAUTY CULTURE exhibition will be part of the Tribeca Film Festival next month! The 30-minute short film is part of the festival's documentary program named Triptych which focuses on art, music and physical beauty.
The documentary, directed by Lauren Greenfield, was shown last year in the venue's sweeping, unprecedented photographic exploration of how feminine beauty is defined, challenged and revered in modern society. The documentary presents interviews with selected photographers and subjects included in the exhibition.
Watch a trailer for BEAUTY CULTURE here.