Sound+Vision: Music at The Movie Moonage Daydream + David Bowie
November 7 at 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Sound + Vision: Music at The Movies presents the greatest in soundtrack-cinema. On the first Tuesday of every month, we curate a film screening where the music fuels the engine of the cinema experience, with a preshow moderated discussion on the film and music’s history and cultural impact.
Presented in Hi-def and 51. surround sound. Co-sponsored by WAMC, WEXT, and Rochmon Record Club.
Moonage Daydream illuminates the life and genius of David Bowie, one of the most prolific and influential artists of our time. Guided by Bowie’s own narration and told through sublime, kaleidoscopic, never-before-seen footage, performances, and music, this feature-length experiential cinematic odyssey explores his creative, musical, and spiritual journey.
In 2018, Morgen was granted unprecedented access to Bowie’s archives encompassing a lifetime of materials, including an extensive catalog of unseen footage and personal collection of his own art and poetry. He spent four years assembling the film and another 18 months designing the soundscape, animations, and color palette while working with Bowie’s long-time collaborator, friend, and music producer Tony Visconti as well as Academy Award-winning sound mixer Paul Massey (“Bohemian Rhapsody”).
An official selection of the 2022 Cannes Film Festival, Moonage Daydream is one of the most critically acclaimed and celebrated documentaries of the year. The film won the WGA Award for Best Documentary Screenplay, CAS Award for Best Sound Mix-Documentary, and the MPSE Award for Best Music Editing. It received five Critics Choice Award nominations, winning the award for Best Editing, and was nominated for a BAFTA for Best Documentary.
Moonage Daydream is presented by HBO Documentary Films; written, directed, produced, and edited by Brett Morgen; executive produced by Kathy Rivkin Daum, Hartwig Masuch, Justus Haerder, Michael Rapino, Heather Parry, Ryan Kroft, Billy Zysblat, Tom Cyrana, Eileen D’Arcy, Aisha Cohen, Debra Eisenstadt, and Bill Gerber; re-recording mixers Paul Massey and David Giammarco; music produced by Tony Visconti.
The Linda WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio