And his follow up "Neil Diamond Parking Lot" (same venue, I think it was 20 
years later)

From: FrameWorks [] On Behalf Of 
Bryan Wendorf
Sent: Saturday, February 08, 2014 4:01 PM
To: Experimental Film Discussion List
Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Films and videos about music fan culture

Obviously Jeff Krulik's Heavy Metal Parking Lot is essential to this topic.

Bryan Wendorf
Programmer and Artistic Director
Chicago Underground Film Festival

On Sat, Feb 8, 2014 at 2:56 PM, Beebe, Roger W. 
<<>> wrote:
There are some pretty great super 8 fan sequences in Instrument (by Jem Cohen). 
 Overall that's a pretty wonderful film in the way that it avoids having the 
band play all the jams & just focuses instead on all the stuff around that.

And it's Trypps #3 with Lightning Bolt (then replaced by Joe Grimm for the real 
trip sequence).


On Feb 8, 2014, at 3:50 PM, Adam Hyman 
<<>> wrote:

One of Ben Russell's Black & White Trypps (I forget which number) shows fans at 
a concert from a stage POV, and might be one thing like what you want. I feel 
like there is a Jem Cohen film that also does something similar.

On 2/8/14 12:33 PM, "Adam R. Levine" 
<<>> wrote:

Hi Frameworks,

I am looking for suggestions for work by or about music fans, films that 
explore an individual's personal connection to a band or recording artist, 
perhaps even films that take a critical look at ideas of music performance or 
rock stardom. If you've made such a work yourself, feel free to mention it or 
send me a link. Some things I've considered, to give you a sense:

Jeremy Deller - Our Hobby Is Depeche Mode/The Posters Came From The Walls
William E. Jones - Is It Really So Strange?
Dan Graham - Rock My Religion
Mark Leckey - Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore
Alan Zweig - Vinyl
Matt Wolf - Teenage

Thanks so much for your help,
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