MJFF - It Must Schwing 3-16 6:00 PM PMA
Documentary / 2018 / Germany / English & German w/ Eng ST / 115 min
Dedicated solely to jazz at a time when African American musicians faced discrimination in all aspects of the music industry, Blue Note Records, founded after WWII by two Jewish emigres, produced and promoted artists from Herbie Hancock, to Sonny Rollins to Wayne Shorter among many others. Executive Film Producer Wim Wenders team uses brilliant animation, interviews with musicians, iconic photographs from the label archives and an unforgettable score to tell this quintessentially American story.
'A unique and intimate look at the most exciting era in jazz' Rolling Stone
This film will also be shown in Brunswick at the Eveningstar Cinema on Sunday March 10 at 4 PM
Tickets at the door will be $12 and $10 and will be sold the day of the event one half hour before the film start time subject to availability.
Portland Museum of Art (View)
7 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101
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|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|