Jacob Burns Film Center presents Sounds of Summer: New Music Documentaries

Recurring: July 10-July 31



Charlie Is My Darling

Photo courtesy of Jacob Burns Film Center

Join the Jacob Burns for a series of music-inspired films—and catch some live music while you’re at it.

July 10: Greenwich Village: Music That Defined a Generation, followed by an opening-night Q&A with Happy Traum, John Sebastian, and Janet Maslin, along with a live performance and a reception

July 15: Tomorrow Never Knows: Deconstructing the Beatles’ Revolver, with Beatles expert Scott Freiman

July 15, 17: Yeah, Yeah, Yeah: Deconstructing the Early Beatles, with Beatles expert Scott Freiman

July 23: Sing Me the Songs That Say I Love You, followed by a Q&A with Sloan Wainwright and John Platt, along with a live performance 

July 24: David Amram: The First 80 Years, followed by a Q&A with musician David Amram, director Lawrence Kraman, the Guthrie Foundation’s (and Woody’s granddaughter) Anna Canoni, and Copeland House’s Michael Boriskin, along with a live performance

July 31: Charlie Is My Darling, screening with WFUV’s Dennis Elsas

The series continues into August with Ain’t in It for My Health: A Film About Levon Helm (August 1) and Big Easy Express (August 27). Other currently unscheduled films in the series include Becoming Traviata, Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey, Good Ol’ Freda, In Your Dreams, Last Days Here, One Track Heart: The Story of Krishna Das, Reincarnated, Rockshow, Sound City, The Zen of Bennett, and others.

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

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