New Yorker's have always felt a special bond to John Lennon. Now there's a new documentary that takes a look at this relationship. American Masters:LENNONYC explores Lennons life in NYC during the 1970s as a father, husband, activist and artist. Channel 13 is offering a free screening.
The film features never-before-heard studio recordings and never-before-seen concert film outtakes and home movies. The screening is free and open to the public, first-come, first-served. Line up early. Enter at 69th Street. Picnic-style (blanket, food, no glass). More event details coming soon, including very special guest speakers and musical performers.
Don't worry, if you miss the screening American Masters:LENNONYC will also air on THIRTEEN on Monday, November 22nd at 9pm. Watch a preview here.
Screening of the documentary, LENNONYC
OCTOBER 9th, 2010
Doors open at 6:00 pm, screening starts at 7:00 pm
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