THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH
1976, Rialto Pictures, 139 min, UK, Dir: Nicolas Roeg

This stylish cult favorite stars rocker David Bowie (in his feature debut) as the exotic and mysterious Thomas Jerome Newton - an extraterrestrial hoping to save his drought-ravaged planet. With his advanced technology, Newton easily amasses wealth and power, but he has considerably more trouble dealing with human desires and fears. Enigmatic and beautiful, this is one of the most distinctive sci-fi films of the 1970s. Costarring Rip Torn, Candy Clark and Buck Henry.


INDIO, THE MOVIE
INDIO, LA PELICULA
2015, 113 min, Argentina, Dir: Carlos Alberto Solari

Among Argentina’s most popular and beloved artists, Indio Solari has been making music for nearly 40 years, but has never been the focus of a motion picture – until now. Shot with 12 HD cameras, a Condor cam and a helicopter, this exciting concert film captures the singer and his band, Los Fundamentalistas del Aire Acondicionado, whipping 45,000 fans into a frenzy at Estadio Ciudad de la Plata. This film is presented in Spanish without English subtitles.


ROXY: THE MOVIE
2015, Eagle Rock Entertainment, 95 min, USA, Dir: Frank Zappa

A Zappa movie experience unlike any other. Prepare to have your minds and ears blown. Filmed over three nights in December 1973 at the Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, ROXY: THE MOVIE is a powerful display of this experience, and reveals what made Zappa such a pioneering musical revolutionary. The never-before-released film features the unparalleled composer and guitarist leading one of the most enduring lineups of band The Mothers (including keyboardist George Duke, trombonist Bruce Fowler, flutist Napoleon Murphy Brock, bassist Tom Fowler, drummers Ralph Humphrey and Chester Thompson and percussionist Ruth Underwood) through some of Zappa's most challenging and rewarding music.


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