Local Sightings 2023 - Even Hell Has Its Heroes [OC; Hybrid]
Watch in person: Sep. 16 at 6:30pm & Sep. 23 at 7pm (an encore!)
** Please note: Both in-person screenings will be presented with open captions burnt in. **
$14 General Admission
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About the film:
Earth, the slowest metal band on the planet, has been conjuring tectonic changes in music since 1989. The band created a glacially paced subgenre of metal and played a pivotal role in the popularization of grunge, all while visionary frontman Dylan Carlson was battling small-town boredom, heroin addiction, and the tragic death of his roommate and best friend, Kurt Cobain.
Despite the decibel level of its beloved and beautiful drone metal, Earth has rarely had much to say for itself. Clyde Petersens Even Hell Has Its Heroes is a moving saga that traces Earths could-have-been-tragic trajectory for the first time, with equal respect for the music, the ragtag eccentrics who channel it, and the surreal majesty of the Pacific Northwest that shaped the bands sound.
A deep portrait of a slow band that changes everything it touches.
(Clyde Petersen, Washington, 2022, 109 min, in English)
Northwest Film Forum (Ver)
1515 12th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98122
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