Encore screening 8/15: Basically Frightened: The Musical Madness of Colonel Bruce Hampton

August 15,2014 - Guillotine Pictures and the Atlanta Film Festival proudly present an encore presentation of Basically Frightened: The Musical Madness of Colonel Bruce Hampton.

This film chronicles the paradoxical career of Colonel Bruce Hampton and features interviews with Billy Bob Thornton, Dave Matthews, Derek Trucks, Bill Kreutzmann, Chuck Leavell, Jimmy Herring and members of Widespread Panic, Phish, Blues Traveler, Allman Brother Band, R.E.M. and many more. Come see the film on the big screen and then see The Colonel and company perform into the night!



 Date: August 15, 2014

Location: The Plaza Theatre, Upstairs Theatre
Seating Time: 7PM (Showtime 7:30PM)
Price: $10 ; FREE for ATLFF Members 
Q&A: Both the Director of the film, Michael Koepenick, and The Colonel himself will be in attendance to do a Q&A with the audience following the screening.

Concert: Colonel Bruce Hampton will be performing live at the W Hotel in Buckhead after the screening at 9:30PM (tickets sold seperately); watch the film and then go see The Colonel do his thing live and in person!

Official Website: http://www.colonelbruce.com

COLONEL BRUCE: The Musical Madness of Colonel Bruce Hampton
Directed by Michael Koepenick

Why is it that Billy Bob Thornton, Dave Matthews, Peter Buck, Derek Trucks, Phish, Widespread Panic, and Blues Travelers are huge fans of Colonel Bruce Hampton, but you've never heard of him? Bruce began his career with an unprecedented six figure record deal in 1970. The Hampton Grease Band's first album went on to be the worst-selling album in the history of Columbia Records. He made a brave decision and continued his musical career, devoting himself to creating pure art rather than attempt commercial success. The result has been an amazing, influential 50-year catalog of music and philosophy. Dubbed the father of the Jam Band music scene, he is a guru to many a celeb. Why is he still a secret?