When: Wed., March 30, 7:30 p.m. 2016
The black-and-white film chronicles Dylan and some friends, as they travel on Dylan’s 1965 concert tour of England. What makes “Don’t Look Back” important musically is that Dylan performed alone with an acoustic guitar at each stop. Many in the audience were outraged and, from then on, he used an electric guitar and his shows included a backup band. Pennebaker catches Dylan as he plays piano, taps out poetry or lyrics on a manual typewriter, sings spontaneous duets with Baez, and socializes with a slew of young, star-struck British fans.
Price: $10 Individual | $8 Student | $7 CMH Movie Badge