ROCK FILMS TAKE CENTRE STAGE AT 2011 CANADIAN MUSIC WEEK FILM FESTIVAL

The Canadian Music Week Film Festival returns on March 11-12, 2011 with its fourth installment of music-oriented films and documentaries. Presented by Tribute Entertainment, the two-day program will feature an eclectic mix of retro rarities and movie premieres, along with special guests, all taking place at TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto (Cinema 2, Reitman Square, 350 King Street West). Movie fans will have the opportunity to choose from the world premiere of Go There Once, Be There Twice - chronicling Sammy Hagar’s notorious birthday bashes at his acclaimed Cabo Wabo Cantina - to rare theatrical screenings of The Who’s classic rock operas Quadrophenia and Tommy, to the film adaptation of Andrew Zuckerman’s multi-media project Music profiling over 50 renowned musicians and their perspectives on music, and many more. Tickets are $10 per screening and will be available through the TIFF Bell Lightbox box office as of February 25th. Canadian Music Fest wristband holders gain access to the films for free, subject to capacity.

March 11th:
5:00PM | GO THERE ONCE, BE THERE TWICE (World Premiere)
- Sammy Hagar will be present to introduce the screening.
March 12th:
8:00PM |~CURE FOR PAIN: THE MARK SANDMAN STORY (World Premiere)
- Director Rob Bralver will attend the screening to introduce the film and take questions.
10:15PM | YEAR OF THE BONE (L’ANNEE DE L’OS), precedes MUSIC
- Oscar nominated directing duo Clyde Henry (MADAME TUTLI-PUTLI) in attendance