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Joan Baez I Am A Noise

At the end of a 60-year career, legendary singer and activist Joan Baez takes an honest look back and a deep look inward as she tries to make sense of her large, history-making life, and the personal struggles she's kept private. (NR, 113 min.)


Monday, October 23, 2023

6:30 PM

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Thursday, November 2, 2023

4:30 PM

Joan Baez I Am A Noise is an unusually intimate psychological portrait of legendary folk singer and activist Joan Baez. Neither a conventional biopic nor a traditional concert film, this immersive documentary moves back and forth through time as it follows Joan on her farewell tour and delves into her extraordinary archive, including newly discovered home movies, diaries, artwork, therapy tapes, and audio recordings. Throughout the film, Baez is remarkably revealing about her life on and off stage - from her lifelong emotional struggles to her civil rights work with MLK and a heartbreaking romance with a young Bob Dylan. A searingly honest look at a living legend, this film is a compelling and deeply personal exploration of an iconic artist who has never told the full truth of her life, as she experienced it, until now. [Magnolia]

Featuring: Joan Baez, Mimi Farina, Bob Dylan, David Harris
Director(s): Karen O'Connor, Miri Navasky, Maeve O'Boyle
Genre(s): Biography, Music, Documentary

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"A compelling documentary."

— Edward Davis, The Playlist

"Anyone with an interest in the key artists of the counterculture movement will find much to appreciate here."

— David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter

"This elaborate documentary navigates adroitly through the professional and the personal aspects of a very full life. The film is rewarding for revealing a major cultural personality in a satisfying fullness."

— Todd McCarthy, Deadline Hollywood Daily

"Directors Miri Navasky, Karen O’Connor and Maeve O’Boyle finally do an impressive and affecting job of hitting all those marks, in a film whose chief sin may just be that it doesn’t run about a half-hour longer."

— Chris Willman, Variety

"By the end, we have learned so much about this towering icon of music and social justice. It’s a raw, personal look at her life in all its glory and misery. A more moving cinematic testament to Joan Baez could not exist. Encore, please!"

— Christopher Reed, Hammer to Nail