Following the screening, attendees are encouraged to visit McGinty's Public House, where that night's live entertainment will feature several special guests.

In Memoriam: Michael Reidy (1950–2024)" /> AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center

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RAZZ (THE) DOCUMENTARY - The Next Directors' Cut

Q&A with filmmakers Jeff Krulik and Richard Taylor

Razz were one of the most explosive, entertaining and influential live bands in 1970s Washington, DC. From their start in 1971 to their breakup in late 1979, a cast of talent — including lead singer Michael Reidy, drummer Doug Tull, bassist Ted Niceley and guitarists Bill Craig, Abaad Behram and Tommy Keene — became a wholly original rock band amid a club scene dominated by cover bands, and a record industry that found them impossible to label. One year after their "Directors' Cut" premiere screening, the filmmakers return with even more Razz stories, music and memories in honor of iconic front man Reidy, who passed away in March. DIR/PROD Jeff Krulik, Richard Taylor. Approximately 175 min. plus a 15-min intermission.

Following the screening, attendees are encouraged to visit McGinty's Public House, where that night's live entertainment will feature several special guests.

In Memoriam: Michael Reidy (1950–2024)

175 Minutes
Documentary - music
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RAZZ (THE) DOCUMENTARY - The Next Directors' Cut Showtimes

Saturday, July 20, 2024