Starting on Thursday, July 11, with a screening of The Cure’s Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park concert film, Cleveland Cinemas will host a series of screenings of concert films and rock documentaries as part of its Rock Doc Series.
The screening of the Cure film starts at 7 p.m., and it takes place at the Capitol Theatre. It features footage from a career-spanning set that the Goth rock act delivered last year and includes a 5.1 audio mix by Cure frontman Robert Smith.
The rest of the schedule includes the following: Between Me and My Mind (July 17 at the Capitol Theatre) a film about the creative process of founding Phish guitarist and vocalist Trey Anastasio; a 35th anniversary screening of a remixed and re-mastered version of the Talking Heads flick Stop Making Sense (July 24 at the Capitol Theatre); The Grateful Dead Meet-Up at the Movies (Aug. 1 at the Cedar Lee Theatre), which includes the previously unreleased complete June 17, 1991 concert from Giants Stadium; Jimi Hendrix: Electric Church (Aug. 7 at the Capitol Theatre), a film that includes footage of Hendrix performing at the 1970 Atlanta Pop Festival; Deconstructing the Beatles: Abbey Road Side 2 (Aug. 13 at the Cedar Lee Theatre), a look at the Beatles’ evolution in the studio; and Rush: Cinema Strangiato (Aug. 21 at the Cedar Lee Theatre), a film that features some of the best performances from the band’s anniversary tour.
Tickets are on sale at the theater box offices or online.
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