Magarita Jimeno’s film about Gogol Bordello is showing in all these places!
Austin TX – Alamo Drafthouse, September 21-28
New Orleans LA – Zeitgeist, September 25-October 4
Winnipeg MB – Big Smash! with Lo Pub and the Winnipeg Folk Festival, October 2
Minneapolis MN – Sound Unseen at the Cedar Cultural Center, October 4
Providence RI – Cable Car, October 4-8
Boise ID – Egyptian Theatre, October 14
Jacksonville FL – Museum of Contemporary Art, October 15
Tempe AZ – Madcap, October 22
Columbia MO – The Ragtag, October 23-26
Wichita KS – Tallgrass Film Festival, October 23-25
Cleveland OH – Cleveland Museum of Art, December 2
Rest of the world
Raindance Film Festival, London (Premiere), England October 8th
Bergen Film festival, Bergen, Norway (Premiere)
Shoot me Film Festival, The Hague, The Netherlands
Easternxpress Film Festival, Uppsala, Sweden October 3rd
Balkan Sunflowers, Rolling Film festival Prishtina, Kosovo
Kiev International Film festival, Molodist, Kiev Ukrania
Gogol documentary Gogol Bordello Non-Stop is currently showing at the Cinema Village, New York. Check out these reviews from the New York Times and the New York Post!
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Margarita Jimeno’s documentary Gogol Bordello Non-Stop opens for a week-long run at the Cinema Village, New York, today. For more information, click here .
You can also see other scheduled screenings via that link and suggest places you’d like to see the film!
Margarita Jimeno’s film Gogol Bordello Non-Stop is playing at the Village Cinema, New York, from 11th September. To get your tickets, go here.
As if you needed another reason to see this film, it’s just won a Musixine award!
“The winner of 2009 International Musixine Film Competition is Gogol Bordello Non-Stop directed by Margarita Jimeno. Energetic, rough and dynamic just like the band the film is portraying.
Margarita Jimeno was able to follow the band from their early years to the beginnings of their international break through. The band is an unlikely mix of people of all ages and different nationalities, who come together to enjoy the freedom of music, with Eugene Hütz at the center drawing in both the audience and the people around him with his contagious energy. Margarita managed to not only portray a band but also the social aspects of being an immigrant and taking the possibility to play with identities.
Also the film is fresh, enjoyable and punk.”
Congratulations to Margarita!