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Published: 2013/05/02

Bonnaroo Cinema Reveals Schedule

The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival has released its Bonnaroo Cinema schedule. Notable screenings and events include, Dave Grohl’s Sound City, [adult swim] presents: things you’ve never seen, An Evening with Pootie Tang (with introduction by Lance Crouther in character as Pootie Tang), An Afternoon with animator Don Hertzfeldt (with a screening of It’s Such A Beautiful Day), Reno 911! Sheriff’s Department Drug Safety Seminar with Lieutenant Jim Dangle and Deputy Travis Junior, a live performance featuring The Polyphonic Spree performing the songs of The Rocky Horror Picture Show followed by a screening of the film and much more. In addition, there will also be screenings of numerous cult classics such as Evil Dead, Leprechaun, National Lampoon’s Vacation, The Beastmaster, Goonies, Repo Man, Sixteen Candles and special Father’s Day viewing of Three Men and a Baby.

The Bonnaroo Cinema will be open 24-hours a day throughout the festival and will feature live appearances by plenty of special guest filmmakers, actors, musicians and comedians. The full schedule can be found below.

As previously reported, Paul McCartney, Mumford and Sons and Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers will headline this year’s Bonnaroo. Tickets to the event are currently on sale for $269.

THURSDAY, JUNE 13

12:00 PM—Sound City (Dave Grohl’s documentary)
2:00 PM—Green Screens Presented by Rock The Earth: Revolution – *Q&A with director Rob Stewart*

4:20 PM—Reno 911! Sheriff’s Department’s Bonnaroo Drug Safety Seminar with Lieutenant Jim Dangle and Deputy Travis Junior

6:15 PM—[adult swim] presents: things you’ve never seen

7:30 PM—NBA Finals Game 4 or 5 (if necessary)

11:00 PM—LIVE PERFORMANCE: The Polyphonic Spree perform the songs of The Rocky Horror Picture Show

12:30 AM—The Rocky Horror Picture Show

2:20 AM—Trapped in the Closet Sing-Along – *Hosted by Henri Mazza*

4:30 AM—Leprechaun 20th Anniversary!

5:45 AM—National Lampoon’s Vacation 30th Anniversary! 

*FRIDAY, JUNE 14*


9:00 AM—My Breakfast with Blassie – 30th Anniversary of infamous Andy Kaufman and Fred Blassie rendezvous at Denny’s

10:10 AM—Good Ol’ Freda – Documentary about longtime Beatles secretary and fan club president Freda Kelly

11:45 AM—Sleepwalk with Me – *Q&A with Mike Birbiglia*

2:10 PM—SYNCHRONIZE LIVE: The Road Warrior – Re-scored by DJ Thomas Golubić (music supervisor for AMC’s “Breaking Bad,” “The Walking Dead” and “The Killing”)

4:30 PM—“How to Make a Fun Music Video” – Q&A, Videos, and Live Commentary with Matt & Kim

5:45 PM—An Evening with Pootie Tang – *Introduction by Lance Crouther in character as Pootie Tang*

7:30 PM—[adult swim] presents: *Eric Andre – selections from “The Eric Andre Show” with Q&A*

8:45 PM—Green Screens Presented by Rock The Earth: Musicwood: The Documentary – *Q&A with filmmakers Maxine Trump and Josh Granger*

10:35 PM—IFC Original Programming

11:55 PM—Hell Baby – *Q&A with writer/director/actors Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant*

2:00 AM—Footloose Dance-Along Party – Hosted by Henri Mazza

4:15 AM—The Beastmaster

6:30 AM—The Goonies

SATURDAY, JUNE 15

9:45 AM—David Lynch’s Meditation, Creativity, Peace – *Group meditation and Q&A with The David Lynch Foundation’s executive director Bob Roth plus Complimentary David Lynch Signature Coffee and Donuts*

12:00 PM—*Chris Gethard* Presents: Reasons I’m Both Proud and Ashamed to Be On Public Access

1:15 PM—SNEAK PEEK: AMC’s “Low Winter Sun” – *Q&A with actors Mark Strong and Lennie James*

2:30 PM—*An Afternoon with animator Don Hertzfeldt* – It’s Such A Beautiful Day and strange surprises

4:35 PM—Crystal Fairy (new comedy starring Michael Cera and Gaby Hoffmann)

6:45 PM—Green Screens Presented by Rock The Earth: GMO OMGQ&A with director Jeremy Seifert

9:10 PM—LIVE PERFORMANCE: An Evening with Michael Winslow – Man of 10,000 Sound Effects

10:35 PM—[adult swim] presents: things you’ve never seen

11:45 PM—Evil Dead (2013)

1:30 AM—Totally ‘80s Sing-Along – *Hosted by Henri Mazza*

3:15 AM—Repo Man

5:00 AM—Sixteen Candles

SUNDAY, JUNE 16

8:00 AM—Celebrate Father’s Day with Selleck, Guttenberg and Danson: Three Men and a Baby

10:00 AM—Muscle Shoals

12:00 PM—Mistaken For Strangers (The National documentary) – *Introduction by Matt Berninger from The National*

1:45 PM—Green Screens Presented by Rock The Earth: Bidder 70 – *Introduction by Alex Ebert of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and Q&A with film editor Ryan Suffern*

3:30 PM—The Way, Way Back – *Q&A with writer/directors Jim Rash and Nat Faxon*

5:45 PM—[adult swim] presents: things you’ve never seen

7:00 PM—NBA Finals Game 5 or 6 (if necessary)

Comments

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Katie's Habit May 2, 2013, 14:18:03

The Bonnaroo Cinema never fails to deliver. Another great lineup! www.katieshabit.com
The band that brings the party!
Playing Pop, Rock and Dance

steve b May 2, 2013, 16:46:28

yea, lets all go to a festival and watch tv… LAME

Purple Star May 3, 2013, 10:40:25

Hmm hey Steve, I guess there’s not times when a band is not playing (Hmm I wonder who’s playing at 6am???), or possibly a time when there’s not a band playing that you care to see or maybe there’s never a time one might like a little bit of air conditioning, or a few minutes break from the sun without going the long walk back to your tent in the camp grounds. Gosh Steve, I’m glad you’re here to tell Bonnaroo and it’s attendees how LAME they are for offering variety and a break (for the above mentioned reasons). Or possibly you’ve never attended a festival. Or wait, I’ve got the best suggestion yet for ya Steve, if you don’t like it…don’t go!

Bonnaroo Varity May 3, 2013, 11:42:34

Give me a “S” – Stay at home Steve!
Give me a “T” – TV? Uh no Steve, it’s a Cinema!
Give me an “E” – Excuse not to go to Bonnaroo because they have a cinema and people will attend.
Give me a “V” – Vehemently opposed to the Cinema and variety, why?
Give me an “E” – Especially “LAME” post!
Give me a “B” – hmm Bonehead? Nahhh, B is for Bonnaroo Cinema!!!! What that’s spell? STEVE-B! What’s that spell? STEVE-B What’s that spell??? STEVE-B

chocodog May 3, 2013, 11:54:24

Guys, being a little hard on Steve….he seems like a nice guy, hope to meet him at the Cinema…

Bonnaroo Variety May 3, 2013, 12:00:20

I doubt you’ll run into him at the Cinema chocodog.

Follow the Sunshine May 3, 2013, 12:04:36

I don’t think they are being to hard on him chocodog. Seems to me like they are just having a little fun with yet another “hater” on these threads. Does everyone have to be such a hater? Honestly not everyone is, but I think Purple was right on the money with his post. Hopefully he gave some insight to steve b on whey there is a cinema.

Martin May 20, 2013, 11:47:57

I agree, Bonnaroo cinema is key.
Last year, while coming down from all the drinking and what not, I went and watched “Marley” till the wee hours of the morning.
That’s an epic memory I have of last year. http://8tracks.com/krazd/essential-bonnaroo-2013

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