Pale Blinds Screenings

Sŵn and Snowcat Cinema present Pale Blinds – an exciting programme of new and classic music documentaries, and special events taking place during Sŵn Festival 2017 (22.09-21.10).
Visit www.paleblinds.com for more information.

American Valhalla (2017)

American Valhalla (2017)

The extraordinary story of how two rock icons (Iggy Pop and Josh Homme) recorded the album Post Pop Depression, embarked on an epic tour, and blew the roof off the Royal Albert Hall. Directed by Homme, and featuring intimate studio and tour footage, this documentary shows that when you’re the ultimate rock and roll animal, age is no reason to rest on your laurels.

Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World (2017)

Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World (2017)

With Link Wray’s legendary instrumental track, Rumble, at its loudly beating heart, this important documentary reveals the little-known, but essential, part played by Native American musicians in the story of rock and roll.  Rumble has picked up a number of awards on the 2017 festival circuit and this special preview screening is your chance to see why!

Meeting People Is Easy (1998)

Meeting People Is Easy (1998)

In 1998, Grant Gee accompanied Radiohead as they took OK Computer around the world.  His artful, fly-on-the-wall documentary film exposes a band plagued by creative insecurity and uncomfortable with success, on the tour that almost destroyed them.  A very rare opportunity to see this classic documentary on the big screen and a great way to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of their masterpiece album.