DOUBLE FEATURE: Athens, GA - Inside/Out 1 & 2 [In-Person Only]
Sun Feb 06: 7.00pm PDT | Athens, GA - Inside/Out
Sun Feb 06: 9.00pm PDT | Red Turns Into Blue: Athens, Inside-Out 2
$13 General Admission
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7pm | Athens, GA - Inside/Out
(Tony Gayton, US, 1987, 82 min, in English)
Led by the success of the B-52s and R.E.M., Athens enjoyed one of the countrys most happening music scenes by the mid 80s. Following several different bands of different genres, Inside/Out encapsulates 80s Athens as a pseudo-utopian artistic community where bands collaborated rather than competing. The film features interviews with and performances by contemporaries of the production: R.E.M., the B-52s, Pylon, Bar-B-Q Killers, Time Toy, Flat Duo Jets, Love Tractor, Squalls, and more.
9pm | Red Turns Into Blue: Athens, Inside-Out 2
(Tony Brazier & Bill Cody, US, 2021, in English)
In 1987, Bill Cody and Tony Gayton filmed the seminal music doc Athens, GA Inside/Out. Thirty years later, Bill returns on a new journey that uncovers a Southern city that is leading the way in progressive politics and the beginnings of true racial equity. This followup to Inside/Out again features members of R.E.M., the B-52s and Pylon, but is now bolstered by a new generation of artists and activists, including Mariah Parker (aka Linqua Franqa), Kishi Bashi, and Patterson Hood of the Drive-By Truckers. Follow along the journey through the social changes that have come to the forefront of our American dialogue.
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Ticketing, concessions, cinemas, restrooms, and our public edit lab are located on Northwest Film Forum's ground floor, which is wheelchair accessible. We have a limited number of assistive listening devices available for programs hosted in our larger theater, Cinema 1. These devices are maintained by the Technical Director, and can be requested at the ticketing and concessions counter.
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