Wednesday, August 21 – Midweek Music Movies and More

Lonely Seal International Film, Screenplay and Music Festival / Wednesday, August 21 – Midweek Music Movies and More

5:00-7:00 PM Midweek Music Movies Showcase 1 [BLOCK 3]

Vibrations: Dharma Punks (United States 39:00) 

*Massachusetts Premiere*

In Dharma Punks, episode 1 of the Vibrations world music documentary series, disc jockey/band manager Rudolf Dethu unpacks the history of Bali’s thriving punk scene. Marshello Aryafara leads a good-timing rockabilly band as a father of two and a hard-working lifeguard. Jakarta soul-singer Iqua Tahlequa defies social taboos and makes an impressive debut.

Something Divine (United States 1:18:00)

*Massachusetts Premiere*

A  journey of transformation inspired by life, spirituality, and straight-edge hardcore punk music.

7:10-8:05 PM Midweek Music Movies Showcase 2 [BLOCK 4]

PATOU: In Black and White (Australia 55:00)

*Massachusetts Premiere*

With a career that spans over four decades and across the globe, Jamaican singer Pat Powell (Patou) is one of Australia’s most accomplished yet hidden vocal talents. He is the artist everyone wants to work with – the singer’s singer who sings with 15 bands, including the ARIA award-winning Melbourne Ska Orchestra. Born in the UK to Jamaican parents, Pat left the racism of the UK as soon as he could, although he ‘stupidly’ found his way to Australia with its racism issues. Father to four children from different mothers with varying ethnic backgrounds, Pat’s children all identify differently and raise a discussion about racism and where identity comes from.

8:15-11:00 PM Midweek Music Movies Showcase 3 – The Kids Are Alright 45th Anniversary Screening [BLOCK 5]

Shannon is Strange (United States 16:48)

*Massachusetts Premiere*

A phone call sends Shannon through a labyrinth to an epic showdown with the elusive Jack. Will she succeed or fail at her quest? What we know for sure is that Shannon Is Strange. Embark on a Bowie-inspired odyssey that celebrates deep tracks, eclectic friends, playful diversions, and the underdog in a small town.

Good Girl (United States 11:37)

After ending a six-year relationship, a well-behaved Jewish OBGYN decides to turn her brain off and her body on by exploring BDSM, instances of which are popping up in the most unusual places.

Titty Boy (United States 13:52)

TITTY BOY tells the story of a teenage boy with gynecomastia (aka “man boobs”) who attempts to change his body by taking matters into his own hands.

The Who: The Kids Are Alright – 45th Anniversary (United Kingdom 1:49:00) 

“A glimpse of rock & roll as it was always meant to be: a force of elemental anarchy. And for veteran Who fans, it proves that The Who were the greatest rock & roll band in the world.” — Rolling Stone

The great performances and maniacal events constitute the epic legend of The Who — with the film now a fantastic vintage item. Includes revealing interviews with Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, Keith Moon, and John Entwhistle — plus cameos by Ringo Starr, Keith Richards, and even Steve Martin!