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Learning To Live Together Return of Mad Dogs & Englishmen

Post by Buck » Fri Sep 17, 2021 9:50 am

We are proud to share a first look via Rolling Stone at
"Learning To Live Together: The Return of Mad Dogs & Englishmen."
This feature length documentary weaves tales from the original tour
(led by Joe Cocker and Leon Russell) with music and stories from
the tribute concert organized by TTB at LOCKN' Festival in 2015.
A labor of love many years in the making,
"Learning To Live Together: The Return of Mad Dogs & Englishmen"
premieres at Woodstock Film Festival on September 30 with a
limited theatrical run to follow in October.

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/musi ... y-1220976/

For more info, please visit
www.maddogsdoc.com
and follow the film at Learning to Live Together: The Return of Mad Dogs & Englishmen.

Directed & Produced by Jesse Lauter
Executive Producers: Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks, John Beug, Thomas Tull, Alba Ellis & Bert Ellis
Producers: Wayne Forte & Blake Budney
Edited by Drew DeNicola
Poster Art by Dohee Kwan
Main Title Design by D. Norsen Design


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Re: Learning To Live Together Return of Mad Dogs & Englishmen

Post by richblueyes » Fri Sep 17, 2021 1:09 pm

Wondered what was going on and why the TTB concert of Mad Dogs was taking so long to see the light of day. Now we get a new view on Get Back and the Mad Dogs tour about the same time.
Been all kinds of gossip about Cocker's tour and Russell "manipulating" Joe for Leon's self promotion.
Didn't help that Leon saw his rise to public fame at the time. Gorden's story is all kinds of sad. Shame he wasn't in treatment for his problems. Real shame he ended up in jail rather than a hospital. Look forward to the concert seeing the light of day. Looking forward to the doc after years of the tale being ignored. Shame Cocker's not around to see the tale of what He went thru told. Leon at least knew the story would be revisited. Eventually. Still watch the film that came out of the tour and enjoy the music. Gonna be nice to see the story retold.
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Re: Learning To Live Together Return of Mad Dogs & Englishmen

Post by Buck » Thu Oct 21, 2021 8:52 am

If you’re living on Tulsa time or counting the New York minutes, today is the big day:
Learning to Live Together: The Return of Mad Dogs & Englishmen is playing in theatres near you! Tonight at 7:30pm at Tulsa’s Circle Cinema is a special opening night screening event followed by a weeklong run, and tomorrow the film’s one-week run at Quad Cinema in NYC kicks off with multiple showtimes a day.
Both events feature a post-film Q&A with Director Jesse Lauter; the NYC Q&A is on Friday and Saturday at 7pm where Jesse will be joined by Editor Drew DeNicola and Producer Wayne Forte,
with moderation by David Fricke (10/21) and Alan Light (10/22).

There’s also one-night only screenings happening tonight in Red Bank and Stamford, with many more to come over the next weeks and months.
Check https://www.maddogsdoc.com/ for more info and we’ll see you at the movies!

In Theaters Beginning October 21, 2021

10/21 Only | Stamford, CT | Avon Theater Film Center
10/21 Only | Red Bank, NJ | Count Basie Center for the Arts
10/22 - 10/28 | New York City, NY | Quad Cinema
10/21 - 10/29 | Tulsa, OK | Circle Cinema
10/24 Only | Buffalo, NY | Amherst Theatre
10/26 Only | Chicago, IL | Music Box Theatre
10/27 Only | Brooklyn, NY | Nitehawk Cinema Williamsburg
10/25 & 10/29 - 11/4 | Los Angeles, CA | Laemmle NoHo 7
10/29 - 11/4 | Sedona, AZ | Mary D. Fisher Theatre
10/31 Only | London, UK | Genesis Theatre
11/1 Only | Cottonwood, AZ | Old Town Center for the Arts
11/11 Only | Arlington, MA | Regent Theatre
11/15 Only | Fairfield, CT | Fairfield Theatre Company
11/19 Only | Danbury, CT | The Palace Danbury
11/24 - 11/28 | Boulder, CO | Dairy Arts Center
11/27 Only | Ridgefield, CT | The Ridgefield Playhouse

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Re: Learning To Live Together Return of Mad Dogs & Englishmen

Post by TOO » Thu Oct 21, 2021 12:12 pm

This should be shown as a drive in movie at LOCKN.
Little Feat Waiting For Columbus 4-19-22 Tennessee Theater Knoxville, TN

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