Monday, March 02, 2009


Bret from over at Egg City Radio (formerly Post-Punk Junk) is curating an awesome-looking film festival dedicated to the original late '70s/early '80s punk scene. They're mostly on-the-spot documentaries that haven't been seen in ages. Some, like the legendary concert film "Urgh! A Music War," can't be released on DVD due to licensing hassles.

Every Thursday for
the next couple of months! If you're in Los Angeles, or are planning on visiting, mark you calendars, kids.

Post-Punk Junk: Punk and Post-Punk On Film

Thursday, March 5th - "The Punk Rock Movie" [future Big Audio Dynamite member Don Letts made this Super 8mm document of the London scene] + "The Blank Generation" [about the New York/CBGBs scene; I never even heard of this one]
Thursday, March 12th - Two Films about The Fall ("The Wonderful World of Mark E. Smith" + "Hail The New Puritan")
Thursday, March 19th - "Made In Sheffield" [industrial] + "Shadowplayers" [Factory Records/Joy Division, etc.]
Thursday, March 26th- "Urgh! A Music War" [Hell, yeah! Haven't seen this one since I was a kid] + "Debt Begins At Twenty"
Thursday, April 2nd - Post-Punk Junk mix night [various shorts]
Thursday, April 9th - European Punk night ("La Brune Et Moi" + 2nd film TBA)
Thursday, April 16th - "Breaking Glass" + "Crash 'N' Burn"
Thursday April 30th - Target Video tribute night [Lots of great Cali stuff here...ah, nostalgia...]

Every Thursday night at 8PM, @ The Cinefamily
611 N. Fairfax Avenue, LA, CA, 90036

1 comment:

pure psychic automatism said...

Kudos on the exposure of this mental tribute. I've nearly caught all of them. I am hyped up for "La Brune Et Moi".