August 5, 2006 · 8:00 PM
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The Police: Sting, Andy Summers, & Stewart Copeland
NOTE: Due to the past popularity of the rock band THE POLICE there is the possibility that this event could SELL OUT by the day of the event. If this event interests you, then I highly encourage you to visit the theater boxoffice (use escalator near 65th btwn Bdwy & Amsterdam) in advance to guarantee seating and mostly to work out the difficulties of navigating through the construction while you have extra time. If you'd rather buy an advance ticket online a link has been provided below. There is a $1.25 charge per ticket for online purchases.
Sat Aug 5: 8 pm - ONE SHOWING ONLY
Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out
Dir. by Stewart Copeland, U.S., 2005; 75m
Stewart Copeland expected to attend - SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY
In Everyone Stares, we are treated to an incredible first-hand, fisheye view by Police drummer Stewart Copeland documenting the history of his band from their formation in London to their rise as international superstars, living life like a Duran Duran video. With a Super 8 camera he bought with their first paycheck Copeland obsessively films his bandmates and roadies, his brothers Miles and Ian, and sometimes himself, and we are there when they promote 'Outlandos D'Amour' at a sparsely attended record store signing, when they first visit the Grand Canyon, when they meet their record label execs, and, wondrously, when Andy & Sting play for the first time the riffs to 'De Do Do De Da Da Da'.
For the afterchat we'll try an outdoor cafe that can seat the group comfortably. If the weather's bad, we'll chat on the mezzanine and stare at Stewart when he walks by ... just kidding. We'll figure something out!
For more information, see https://tickets.filmlinc.com/php/calendar.php?month=8&day=5&year=2006&backurl=http://www.filmlinc.com/wrt/onsale/rockdocs06/program.html&sid=&cmode=0&org=#8024