Capitol Theatre Rock Doc Series Features Phish and Talking Heads Films

Wed 7/17 @ 7:30PM

Wed 7/24 @ 7:30PM

The Cleveland Cinemas summer Rock Doc series continues with a pair of films appealing to very different audiences.

On Wed 7/17, the newly released film Between Me and My Mind explores the creative process of the man some view as the carrier of Jerry Garcia’s torch, guitarist/vocalist Trey Anastasio, who co-founded Phish, the granddaddies among still-extant jam bands, back in 1983. Admission is $12.50.

 On Wed 7/24, the film is an oldie but goodie: the 1983 Talking Heads concert film Stop Making Sense, which has earned more adulatory praise than almost any other concert film. Directed by Jonathan Demme, it’s really a very straightforward concert film, so you’ve got to love Talking Heads’s unique sound and presentation to really love it. Admission is $9.75.

Both films screen at the Capitol Theatre in Gordon Square.

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