Bandyke Moving Pictures
A Celebration of Music Through Film • Mondays at 7pm
PRESENTED BY S E S I M O T O R S , A N N A R B O R ’S 1 0 7 O N E , T H E A N N A R B O R C H R O N I C L E AND M E T R O T I M E S
THE ANATOMY OF
VINCE GUARALDI (2009)
DON’T LOOK BACK
D.A. Pennebaker’s famous documentary follows
Bob Dylan on tour in 1965 as he transforms from
beloved troubadour to electric stadium rocker.
A celebration of the jazz legend and and soundtrack
composer for Peanuts animations.
Captures the band Wilco as they struggle with
their record company and each other.
Music engineer Tom Dowd is the man behind the
wheel of five decades of unforgettable music.
I AM TRYING TO BREAK
YOUR HEART (2002)
TOM DOWD & THE
LANGUAGE OF MUSIC (2003)
The 1970s New Wave movement is highlighted
through the exploits of this self-destructive band.
With George Méliès’ short film A TRIP TO THE MOON.
Retraces the birth of the underground film
and music movement in late-’70s/early-’80s
JOY DIVISION (2007)
BLANK CITY (2010)
MONTEREY POP (1968)
8 MILE (2002)
Eminem stars as a struggling Detroit rapper
in this Academy Award-winning drama.
A fascinating account of the legendary 1967 California
festival featuring Jimi Hendrix, Simon & Garfunkel
Janis Joplin, The Who, and more.
JAZZ ON A SUMMER’S DAY
GIMME SHELTER (1970)
The 1958 Newport Jazz Festival with performances
by Louis Armstrong, Chuck Berry, Anita O’Day and
other musical legends.
A harrowing chronicle of the Rolling Stones’
1969 tour, and their disastrous concert at
WHO IS HARRY NILSSON
(AND WHY IS EVERYBODY TALKIN’ ABOUT HIM?) (2006)
The life of this celebrated singer/songwriter is revealed through
found footage and rare interviews with legendary performers
such as John Lennon and Randy Newman.
Ann Arbor’s 107one radio host MARTIN BANDYKE
is as much a movie maven as a music aficionado.
He has long been an Art House film fan and
Michigan Theater booster, and he is celebrating
his 30th year in radio with this hand-picked
collection of music-themed movies.
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