Hi All, 
On tuesday August 2 at 9.45 pm the documentary 'Frank Zappa - Phase 
II - The Big Note' Will be shown @ Cinema 'Het Ketelhuis' 
(www.ketelhuis.nl). De documentaire can be seen on Cinema Format 
Screen and sound. For those who want to enjoy this interesting 
documentary they can go to the cinema Het Ketelhuis in Amsterdam at 
the Westergasfabriekterrein, on Tuesday August 2. Je can call them to 
make a reservation local telephone number 020-6840090 or through 
Belbios, and the price is lower than of most 'commerical'(Pathe) 
Info on the documentary: 
Frank Zappa: Phase II - the big note 
Netherlands 2002, ± 90 min. 
Director and scenario: Frank Scheffer 
Producer: Frank Scheffer (Allegri Film) 
Camera: Melle van Essen, Rene van der Eijk 
Sound: Wib Nelissen, Harold Jalving 
Eidting: Riekje Ziengs 
Music: Frank Zappa e.o. 
FRANK ZAPPA: Phase Two--The Big Note 
(Preview of a "work in process") 
Ever seen Frank Zappa without facial hair? Join us for a compelling 
new video documentary by Frank Scheffer for Dutch television station 
VPRO--a comprehensive overview of Frank Zappa's unique achievements, 
peppered with mesmerizing historical footage. Performances by the 
Ensemble Modern and the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, statements 
by Frank Zappa himself, Edgar Varèse, Pierre Boulez, Captain 
Beefheart, Ian Underwood, George Duke, Haskell Wexler, and Gail & 
Dweezil Zappa. Directed by Frank Scheffer. (2002) 90m 
Frank Zappa Phase II: The Big Note 
Directed by Frank Scheffer 
So what is tonight's special treat? Let's see. A Dutch director named 
Frank Scheffer brings us a 90-minute documentary about legendary 
composer, Frank Zappa. 
Highly-insightful and entertaining clips and rare footage are spliced 
in, most notably four or five brief interviews with Zappa and a 
television appearance in which he had no facial hair. They really 
give you the feeling that Zappa was a clumsy and shy kid at one point 
in his life.  
In addition, several interviews with ex-members of his band give 
insight on what it was like to work with such a prolific and unique 
composer. A powerful man with a visionary mind, he pushed the limits 
of musician's abilities into realms they initially refused to 
consider exploring. His spontaneous conducting style while working 
with audiences and orchestras is probably still under-appreciated. 

For further Z-related fun, please visit http://www.thebignote.com or 
http://www.killuglyradio.com , thank you. 
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