100 YEARS OF MOVIES Series: Women Filmmakers

Join us for 100 YEARS OF MOVIES, a series of films spanning the past century!

Penelope Spheeris' landmark 1981 documentary. A riveting and unflinching portrait documenting L.A.’s infamous punk bands as they perform on stage, and discuss their lives, music, and philosophy off stage. Featuring interviews with punk fans, music critics, and club owners, and including performances by X, Circle Jerks, Black Flag, Fear, Catholic Discipline, Germs, and Alice Bag Band.

Directed by Penelope Spheeris

Starring Eugene Tatu, Alice Bag Band, Black Flag, Catholic Discipline

NR | USA | 1981 | 1h 40m

This "Women Filmmakers" screening will be introduced by Liz McLeod.

Get your 100 Years of Movies BIG TICKET, for guaranteed access to all the films in this year-long series (two films each month)! Just $150, and available at our box office when we're open for shows, or by calling the box office at 594-0070.

This series presents films from every decade the Strand has been in operation, chosen for how they represented the filmmaking style and perspectives of their time. In addition to well-known films, the titles will include lesser-known, high quality releases that have been overlooked, as well as underrepresented movies and directors. The films were curated by Alicia Malone, a host on Turner Classic Movies (TCM); and Strand House Manager Liz McLeod, also a film historian. Each film will be introduced by Malone or McLeod, or a special guest presenter.


Show Dates & Times:

3/19/23 - Sunday

2:00 pm,

TICKETS available at the box office 30 min. prior to show time

$8/Matinee General Admission
$7/Strand Members

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