Music Hits the Silver Screen at Westchester’s Jacob Burns Film Center

Join the theater for a series that gets at the stories behind some of the most popular music scenes from iconic movies



Good Ol’ Freda

Courtesy of Freda Kelly

Join the Jacob Burns for a series that gets at the stories behind some of the most popular music scenes. 

August 1: Ain’t in It for My Health: A Film About Levon Helm, followed by a Q&A with WFUV’s Rita Houston and Carmel Holt
August 7: One Track Heart: The Story of Krishna Das
August 8: Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey
August 13: Music According to Jobim
August 14: Rockshow
August 15: A Tribute to Rob Morsberger (1960–2013), followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Dave Davidson
August 19: Sound City
August 21: Rock Lens: The Rare Rock Films of Tapani Talo, followed by a Q&A with music archivist Bill Shelley and Tapani Talo
August 21: The British Invasion Part 2: Rare Clips (1960s-1970s), followed by a Q&A with music archivist Bill Shelley 
August 22: Greenwich Village: Music That Defined a Generation, followed by a Q&A, reception, and live performance by Happy Traum and John Sebastian
August 27: Big Easy Express, followed by a Q&A with WFUV’s Rita Houston
August 28: Good Ol’ Freda, followed by a Q&A with WFUV’s Dennis Elsas

For more information, call the Jacob Burns Film Center at (914) 747-5555 or visit burnsfilmcenter.org.

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