Nitehawk Park Slope showing ‘Stop Making Sense’ w/ Jerry Harrison Q&A
The iconic Jonathan Demme-directed Talking Heads concert film Stop Making Sense turns 35 this year and to celebrate there'll be a screening at Brooklyn's Nitehawk Park Slope on June 11 at 7:30 PM. After the film, Talking Heads member Jerry Harrison will discuss the film with music journalist Anthony Bozza. It's part of the "Music Driven" series and tickets are on sale. You can watch the Stop Making Sense trailer below.
UPDATE: "Due to a medical emergency, Jerry Harrison is unable to join us in person for our screening of STOP MAKING SENSE on Tuesday. But he'll still be participating in the Q&A with Anthony Bozza via Skype."
Meanwhile, Talking Heads frontman David Byrne is bringing 'American Utopia' -- his most ambitious stage show since Stop Making Sense -- to Broadway this fall.
In other Nitehawk news, the original Williamsburg location has a midnight series "Pop Star Vehicles: From Stage to Screen" where they'll show Prince's Under the Cherry Moon on May 25, Snoop Dogg horror film Bones on May 31, and the David Bowie-starring fantasy film Labyrinth on June 1. Tickets are on sale.