Serving as a prelude to Sarah Shook & The Disarmers’ performance at BeMo’s on Friday, Aug. 24, the HHM team is hosting a special screening of the Gorman Bechard-directed documentary on the band, “What it Takes: film en douze tableux”, on Thursday, Aug. 23! The film is screening at the State Theatre, 913 Washington Ave., at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 at the door and we’ll have some surprises in store.
Come see the doc and whet your sonic appetites by learning about the band’s history, writing, and recording processes, and then check them out live the following night!
Facebook Event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1880171722285968/
Director Gorman Bechard has a long history with the Hell’s Half Mile Film & Music Festival. He holds the record for the most feature films screened at HHM, including:
- Friends (with benefits) (2009)
- Color Me Obsessed (2011)
- Broken Side of Time (2013)
- A Dog Named Gucci (2015)
- Who Is Lydia Loveless? (2017)