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Published: 2014/05/21

Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense to be Digitally Released

Talking Heads’ iconic concert film Stop Making Sense will be digitally released for the first time on July 15. The Jonathan Demme-directed film will celebrate it’s 30th anniversary this year.

Beginning May 17 in Ithaca, NY, the film will also be screened in a limited theatrical engagement that will hit multiple markets throughout the country. Consult the full list below.

Full List of Showings:

May 17 Ithaca, NY—Cornell Cinema
May 22 Pleasantville, NY—Jacob Burns
May 23-June 5 Ogden, UT—Art House Cinema 502
June 4 Brooklyn, NY—Brooklyn Academy of Music
June 7 Portland, OR—Reed College
June 13-14 Kansas City, MO—Tivoli Theatre
June 13-19 Missoula, MT—Roxy
June 16 Rochester, NY—Little THeater
June 18-20 Los Angeles, CA—New Beverly
June 18 & 22 Columbus, OH—Gateway Film Center
June 19-22 Oak Cliff, TX—Texas Theatre
June 22 Phoenix, AZ—Phoenix Center for the Arts
July 3 Littleton, CO—Alamo
July 4-5 Troy, OH—Mayflower
July 10 Yonkers, NY—Alamo
July 14 Austin, TX—Alamo Ritz
July 15 & 17 Kalamazoo, MI—Alamo
August 1-3 Seattle, WA—SIFF Cinema
August 6 Lexington, KY—Kentucky Theatre
August 14 Houston, TX—Miller Outdoor Theatre
August 14 & 16 Chicago, IL—Music Box
August 22-24 Kansas City, MO—Armour
September 6 New Orleans, LA—Shotgun Cinema
September 6 & 8 Silver Springs, MD—AFI Silver
September 19 Kansas City, MO—Kansas City Public Library


There are 8 comments associated with this post

Guardrail May 21, 2014, 20:26:22

I hope it’s not “same as it ever was”

Rachel Loonin May 21, 2014, 22:02:51

Thanks for the info but puhlease use the possessive apostrophe in the word “its” properly! Many thanks. The world will most certainly be a better place when we all know our it’s its’ and its.

Row Jimmy May 21, 2014, 22:20:43

36 years of concert-going and the show in SF from that tour still ranks as my all-time favorite show ever. Bravo, Mr. Byrne.

Steve May 22, 2014, 03:08:37

How about showing some love for new England?

Robert bacall May 22, 2014, 08:20:27

Please bring the film to Princeton New Jersey or anywhere close. I have enough talking heads fan friends to fill a theater! Please!!

Kevin M May 22, 2014, 15:09:21

DC needs at least one weekend! Or spread it across the Silver, Anjelika Merrifield, and something downtown over a few weeks.

"it's" wrong to complain May 23, 2014, 14:36:19

RE: Rachel Loonin. There is no apostrophe in the possessive form of the word its. He is saying, I hope it is not the “same as it ever was,” hence his use of the contraction in place of “it is.” On the other hand, “its” denotes possession. There is no its’ at all, that’s just plain wrong. When your talking about the words it’s and its, there is no such thing as a possessive apostrophe! So PUHLEASE know what you’re talking about before you try to publicly correct someone. Look it up.

no it's not May 23, 2014, 14:39:54

Oh, you wbyere correcting the writer not the commenter. Well, your right there and I’m a jerk. They really should fix that.

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