Get your film and music fix

The 25th Reel Music Festival, brought to you by the NW Film Center, begins Friday at the Portland Art Museum’s Whitsell Auditorium. The festival lasts from January 11-February 3 and will feature documentaries highlighting a variety of music genres. Whether it’s a film on Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Mozart, Les Paul, The Monks, or Nina Simone, there’s probably something for everyone.

Even better, the festival will include “Knowing All of You Like I Do,” a film on the final days of Music Millennium’s NW 23rd Avenue store.

Check out the NW Film Center’s site for the film schedule and ticket information. And we’ll see you…at the movies.

1 Comment so far

  1. Steve (unregistered) on January 12th, 2008 @ 10:47 am

    This has always been such a great film festival. As usual, there’s a good mix of new and old, including Peter Bogdanovich’s 2007 Tom Petty biopic.

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