LISTENING TO KENNY G
OPENING NIGHT FILM
NYC PREMIERE Smooth-jazz artist Kenny G is beloved by millions for songs like “Songbird” and “Silhouette,” but the curly-haired performer also came to symbolize what people hate about elevator music, making him the butt of jokes from The Simpsons to South Park. Filmmaker Penny Lane (Hail Satan?) takes a witty and provocative approach to tell Kenny G’s story while asking a bigger question: what makes music good or bad? The results are “ruthlessly entertaining” (Variety).
This screening will be followed by a Q&A with Director Penny Lane, Producer Gabriel Sedgwick, Film Subject Kenny G
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