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Indigo Girls: It's Only Life After All (One Night Only)

Known for stirring harmonies and socially conscious lyrics, iconic folk rock duo Indigo Girls are the subject of this intimate and insightful documentary, which tracks their decades-long career. (NR, 123 min.)


Thursday, April 11, 2024

7:00 PM 7:15 PM

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With forty years of making music as the iconic folk-rock band Indigo Girls, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers have made their mark as musicians, songwriters, and dedicated activists. They have represented radical self-acceptance to many – leading now multiple generations of fans to say, “the Indigo Girls saved my life.” Still, Amy and Emily battled misogyny, homophobia, and a harsh cultural climate chastising them for not fitting into a female pop star mold. With joy, humor, and heart-warming moments, Sundance award-winning director Alexandria Bombach brings us into a contemporary conversation with Amy and Emily – alongside decades of the band's home movies and intimate present-day verité. [https://www.itsonlylifeafteral...]

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"Intimate and heartfelt rockumentary, the rare confessional rockumentary that envelops you like a soft blanket."

— Robyn Bahr, Hollywood Reporter

"The Indigo Girls make a far more intriguing subject for a music doc than most who’ve gotten the treatment in recent years."

— Chris Willman, Variety

"Emily shares her journey to sobriety, and the duo share many facets of their lives that will delight longtime fans as well as those just discovering their legacy."

— Josh Flanders, Chicago Reader

"Brimming with previously unseen footage and refreshingly frank interviews with the artists, it’s an adoring opus befitting two long overlooked musicians and activists."

— Jude Dry, indieWire

"Indie folk rockers Indigo Girls convey what they want the audience to experience from their music: self-esteem, a shared experience, and healing, likening it almost to a warm hug from a loved one. And that’s exactly what the film provides."

— Katherine Mcnevins, Austin Chronicle