MOONAGE DAYDREAM

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Showings

1925 Hall Fri, Sep 23 4:40 PM
1925 Hall Fri, Sep 23 7:30 PM
Introduction from music journalist Bill DeMain
1925 Hall Fri, Sep 23 10:20 PM
1925 Hall Sat, Sep 24 1:50 PM
1925 Hall Sat, Sep 24 4:40 PM
1925 Hall Sat, Sep 24 7:30 PM
1925 Hall Sat, Sep 24 10:20 PM
1925 Hall Sun, Sep 25 1:50 PM
1925 Hall Sun, Sep 25 4:40 PM
1925 Hall Sun, Sep 25 7:30 PM
1925 Hall Mon, Sep 26 5:30 PM
1925 Hall Mon, Sep 26 8:20 PM
1925 Hall Tue, Sep 27 5:30 PM
1925 Hall Tue, Sep 27 8:20 PM
1925 Hall Wed, Sep 28 5:30 PM
1925 Hall Wed, Sep 28 8:20 PM
1966 Hall Thu, Sep 29 2:40 PM
1966 Hall Thu, Sep 29 5:30 PM
1966 Hall Thu, Sep 29 8:20 PM
1925 Hall Fri, Sep 30 8:40 PM
1966 Hall Sat, Oct 1 1:45 PM
Manzler/Webb Screening Room Sat, Oct 1 5:55 PM
1925 Hall Sat, Oct 1 8:40 PM
1925 Hall Sun, Oct 2 3:20 PM
1925 Hall Sun, Oct 2 8:40 PM
1966 Hall Mon, Oct 3 3:40 PM
1925 Hall Mon, Oct 3 8:00 PM
1966 Hall Tue, Oct 4 12:30 PM
1966 Hall Wed, Oct 5 12:30 PM
1966 Hall Thu, Oct 6 3:20 PM
1925 Hall Thu, Oct 6 7:20 PM
Introduction from Jennifer Fay, Vanderbilt University
1925 Hall Fri, Oct 7 9:50 PM
1966 Hall Sat, Oct 8 1:30 PM
1925 Hall Sat, Oct 8 9:10 PM
1925 Hall Sun, Oct 9 7:20 PM
1966 Hall Mon, Oct 10 4:35 PM
1925 Hall Mon, Oct 10 9:00 PM
1925 Hall Tue, Oct 11 9:00 PM
1925 Hall Wed, Oct 12 9:00 PM
1925 Hall Thu, Oct 13 4:35 PM
1966 Hall Wed, Oct 26 9:20 PM

Description

MOONAGE DAYDREAM illuminates the life and genius of David Bowie, one of the most prolific and influential artists of our time.

Told through sublime, kaleidoscopic, never-before-seen footage, performances and music, Brett Morgen’s (THE KID STAYS IN THE PICTURE, COBAIN: MONTAGE OF HECK, JANE) feature length experiential cinematic odyssey explores David Bowie’s creative, musical and spiritual journey. The film is guided by David Bowie’s own narration — and is the first officially sanctioned film on the artist.

“MOONAGE DAYDREAM, a wildly creative tribute to everything Bowie achieved over four and a half decades, sets a sky-high bar as cinematic fan-service, and it leaves you buzzing.” —Tim Robey, The Telegraph 

“...Astounding, bombastic, groundbreaking, electrifying, and among the best films about any artist or musician I’ve ever seen.” —Corey Seymour, Vogue 

“At a lengthy 140 minutes, the film flashes by. The deeper you go the more you want to know, and the more there is to know.” —Luke Hill, Film Stage