Posted in movies | music | tour dates on July 7, 2014

by Bill Pearis

Pulp Doc

Lincoln Center's Sound + Vision film series is back for its second year, happening July 31 - August 6. The weeklong series kicks off on July 31 with a screening of shoegaze documentary Beautiful Noise that was funded by a Kickstarter campaign (trailer below). The series ends on August 6 with a screening of Pulp: a Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets. That screening features a Q&A with director Florian Habicht and a live performance by Dragons of Zynth. In between, there's a screening of Talking Heads' Stop Making Sense on 8/1 with a Q&A with David Byrne ;, as well as documentaries on Rodrigo y Gabriela, Brasslands, Japanese didgeridoo player GOMA (shot in 3-D), and more. Tickets for Sound + Vision go on sale Thursday (7/10) and the full schedule is below with more info about the films here.

The night after the Pulp documentary screens at Lincoln Center, it will be shown as part of Rooftop Films at Industry City in Sunset Park (8/7). Habicht will be there for a pre-screening Q&A as will Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker which is probably worth the price of admission on its own. Tickets are on sale now.

Conceived by Cocker and directed by Habicht, Pulp: a Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets chronicles the iconic Britpop band's "final" hometown show at Sheffield's Motorpoint Arena in December 2012. (They played the Coachella cruise after.) It's as much about Sheffield as it is Pulp, interviewing fans and locals on the leadup to the concert. You don't have to be familiar with Pulp's music to enjoy this one, but it certainly helps like in scenes where a group of septuagenarians sing Pulp's 1997 single "Help the Aged." It's a terrifically entertaining film and its trailer is below.

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Pulp: a Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets UK TRAILER

BEAUTIFUL NOISE TRAILER 2014

LINCOLN CENTER 'SOUND + VISION' FILM FESTIVAL 2014

Thursday, July 31
7:00PM Beautiful Noise (87m)
9:15PM For Those About to Rock: The Story of Rodrigo y Gabriela (83m)

Friday, August 1
7:00PM Flashback Memories 3D (72m)
9:00PM Stop Making Sense (88m)

Saturday, August 2
2:00PM Message by Music: Senegal in Transition (76m)
4:00PM Baroque Duet (78m)
6:30PM Passinho Dance Off: The Movie (73m)
9:00PM My Way (93m)

Sunday, August 3
12:30PM Dustin Hoffman presents: Tosca's Kiss (87m)
2:30PM The Last Song Before the War (90m)
4:30PM Brasslands (88m)
7:00PM Journey to Jah (92m)
9:00PM Europe in 8 Bits (75m)

Monday, August 4
6:30PM The Winding Stream (90m)
9:00PM Mateo (88m)

Tuesday, August 5
6:30PM The 78 Project Movie (96m)
8:30PM *Glass Ghost - LYFE™
9:00PM Shield and Spear (89m)

Wednesday, August 6
6:30PM For Those About to Rock: The Story of Rodrigo y Gabriela (83m)
8:00PM Dragons of Zynth
8:30PM Pulp (90m)
10:30PM Dragons of Zynth

Saturday, August 9
1:00PM *Heroes of American Roots: From the Historic Films Archives
4:00PM *Heroes of American Roots: From the Historic Films Archives

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Comments (3)

Pulp, in their prime,where almost as poignant as Grimes.

Posted by Anonymous | July 8, 2014 12:01 AM

Is hummus a pulp?

Posted by Anonymous | July 8, 2014 12:12 AM

Jarvis Cocker took a shit. That shit became Grimes.

Posted by Better taste than you | July 8, 2014 1:39 PM

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