TREASURES FROM THE UCLA ARCHIVE
Reel Music Festival 31MUSCLE SHOALS
THE PUNK SINGER
THE SAVOY KING: CHICK WEBB AND THE MUSIC THAT CHANGED AMERICA
THIS AIN’T NO MOUSE MUSIC!
CHARLES LLOYD: ARROWS INTO INFINITY
SING ME THE SONGS THAT SAY I LOVE YOU: A CONCERT FOR KATE MCGARRIGLE
MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR REVISITED
THE FARMER’S WIFE
MADE IN PORTLAND: SELECTIONS FROM THE PORTLAND MUSIC VIDEO FESTIVAL
THE GREAT ROCK ‘N’ ROLL SWINDLE
APPROXIMATELY NELS CLINE/BORN IN CHICAGO
BABE’S AND RICKY’S INN
CHARLIE “BIRD” PARKER, 1920-1955
MISTAKEN FOR STRANGERS
FINDING THE FUNK
BAYOU MAHARAJAH: THE TRAGIC GENIUS OF JAMES BOOKER
VIDEO MUSICS III: FLOATING OCEANS
THE MUSIC OF KURT WEILL: SEPTEMBER SONGS
THE GREAT FLOOD
THE PLEASURE GARDEN
Reel Music Festival 31
Welcome to our 31st edition of Reel Music. We've been on the lookout all year for new works—and timely classics—for this annual celebration of sound and image, music and culture, and the origins of sounds infused in our experience. Whether your passion is jazz, blues, rock, soul, folk, funk, or punk, we hope you find this mixture of old and new, familiar and strange, to be full of inspiration and discovery.
Overlapping, and part of, Reel Music is "The Hitchcock 9," recent restorations of all of Alfred Hitchcock's surviving early silent films, accompanied by live performance by some of Portland's finest musical talents. As always, our special thanks go to Music Millennium, Willamette Week, Oregon Music News, KINK.fm, MusicFestNW, All Classical Portland, KIND Healthy Snacks, KZME, Walker, KMHD, PDX Pipeline Yelp!, Portland Radio Project and PosterChild McMenamins for helping make it all happen. Enjoy.
PLEASE NOTE: All films at The Mission Theater are 21 and over only. The box office opens one hour prior to showtime.
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