Outdoor Rock 'n Roll Film Screenings at Berkeley Art Museum
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Since reopening in downtown Berkeley, the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive has organized a free, outdoor summer cinema series on its massive LED screen at the corner of Addison and Oxford streets. This year, as part of a broader rock 'n' roll-themed film program, the museum is screening several classics: Stop Making Sense, the 1984 Talking Heads concert film by Jonathan Demme; a British Invasion double-feature of A Hard Day’s Night and Charlie is My Darling; and a Bay Area counterculture pairing of Monterey Pop and Jimi Plays Berkeley. A pop-up stand operated by Babette, the BAMPFA cafe, will offer moviegoers refreshments.

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June 13, 2019-Aug. 8, 2019
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Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
2155 Center St., Berkeley

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