The Stones in the Park and The Rolling Stones: Music Videos

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<i>The Stones in the Park</i>. 1969. Great Britain. Directed by Leslie Woodhead. Courtesy Photofest
  • The Stones in the Park

    1969. Great Britain. Leslie Woodhead. 52 min.

  • The Rolling Stones: Music Videos

    Mid-1960s to the present.

Saturday, November 24, 2012, 2:30 p.m.
Theater 1 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1), T1
  • The Stones in the Park

    1969. Great Britain. Directed by Leslie Woodhead. With The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Marianne Faithfull. In her memoir Just Kids, Patti Smith writes, “We saw Godard’s One Plus One [Sympathy for the Devil]. The film made a huge impression on me politically and renewed my affection for the Rolling Stones. Only days later, the French newspapers were covered with the face of Brian Jones: 'Est Mort, 27 Ans.' I mourned the fact that we could not attend the free concert the remaining Stones held in his memory for over 250,000 in Hyde Park, where Mick Jagger released 3,500 butterflies into the London sky. I laid my drawing pencils and began a cycle of poems to Brian Jones, for the first time expressing my love for rock and roll within my own work.” Courtesy Park Circus. Digital projection. 52 min.

  • The Rolling Stones: Music Videos

    Mid-1960s to the present.

    A selection of music videos charting the evolution of the band from the mid-1960s to the present, including:

    2000 Light Years from Home. 1967. Directed by Peter Clifton
    Angie. 1973. Directed by Lindsay-Hogg
    It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It). 1974. Directed by Lindsay-Hogg
    Where the Boys Go. 1980. Directed by Adam Friedman
    Waiting on a Friend. 1981. Directed by Lindsay-Hogg
    Undercover of the Night [uncensored version]. 1983. Directed by Julien Temple
    Harlem Shuffle. 1986. Directed by Ralph Bakshi, John Kricfalusi
    Love Is Strong. 1994. Directed by David Fincher
    Like a Rolling Stone. 1995. Directed by Michel Gondry, With Patricia Arquette
    Anybody Seen My Baby? [uncensored version]. 1997. Directed by Samuel Bayer. With Angelina Jolie
    Rain Fall Down. 2005. Directed by Jonas Åkerland
    Plundered My Soul. 2010. Directed by Jonas Odell

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Image: The Stones in the Park. 1969. Great Britain. Directed by Leslie Woodhead. Courtesy Photofest