“Resurrects a seminal moment in rock history, elevating Ziggy Stardust into the landmark cultural event it always should have been.” - Nathan Rabin, AV Club

“Captures Bowie at perhaps his purest, punkiest rock 'n' roll peak.” - Geoff Pevere, Toronto Star

July 8 & 29 | This dizzying and electrifying document of David Bowie’s final performance as Ziggy Stardust in 1973 at London’s Hammersmith Odeon Theater is framed by a smattering of behind-the-scenes footage, but devoted to the music on stage, including “Changes” and “Space Oddity” alongside Rolling Stones and Velvet Underground covers. 

In Concert Series: Revelatory performances, massive crowds and ecstatic encores - these quintessential and acclaimed documentaries capture every note and each bead of sweat, and the moments that defined careers. From the streets of Harlem to the fields of Woodstock, In Concert gives you a front row ticket to the music that shaped generations. View full series here.

Fringe Benefits: Presenting the provocative and embracing the extreme, Fringe Benefits is a monthly late night series dedicated to celebrating films that live on the margins - the niche, the unusual, the divisive and the camp. Spend some time with us on the outskirts of the mainstream as we explore cinema that has galvanized audiences and critics alike, incited passionate conversation, and inspired devoted cult followings among the most adventurous cinephiles. $5 student tickets for all screenings. View full series here.

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