Bob Dylan: Don't Look Back

PURCHASE AS A DOUBLE FEATURE WITH THE WAR ROOM AND OPTIONAL RECEPTION HERE DA Pennebaker and Chris Hedegus in attendance for on-stage interview + Q&A In 1965, just months before Bob Dylan’s controversial sound-switch from folk to electric guitar, D.A. Pennebaker documented the musician’s British concert tour. The result is one of the most acclaimed music films of all time. Shot with a handheld camera in black-and-white, the film follows Dylan from limo to hotel room as he relaxes with friends, antagonizes the press and deals with managers. Joan Baez, Donovan and Alan Price make appearances.


Tuesday, July 24