In celebration of a recent screening of Almost Famous at the Alamo Drafthouse, Cameron spoke to Todd Gilchrist of Bad Ass Digest about the film. Here’s the interview:
Cameron shares some personal stories on how he learned about sex for the October, 1975 issue of Rolling Stone. You’ll recognized a few of these anecdotes as they made their way into Almost Famous.
How I Learned About Sex
More pizza and beer screenings at the Prince Charles Cinema in London, England. This time, you’ll have two chances to see Almost Famous on August 29th or September 5th. Get all the details and tickets over their official site. Thanks to longtime reader Ian, for the heads up.
There’s a couple of rare opportunities to see Almost Famous this week if you live in the Seattle or Los Angeles area… Almost Famous will be showing at Seattle’s Triple Door on Monday, July 29th (tomorrow!) as part of their Movie Mondays series. $3 gets you a seat and a drink. More details over at the Triple Door’s site. Not to be outdone, The Arclight in Sherman Oaks will also be showing the film on July 30th. Tickets are available over on their official site.
In conjunction with the release of James Ponsoldt‘s new coming of age film The Spectacular Now, there’s a unique opportunity to see other classic coming of age films on the big screen. This includes two of Cameron’s films (Almost Famous and Say Anything…), along with Richard Linklater’s Dazed and Confused and John Hughes’ The Breakfast Club.
Almost Famous will be showing at Brewvies Cinema Pub in Salt Lake City, Utah. The special free showing is being coordinated by the fine folks at City Weekly.
I always get a kick out of the wide variety of Blu-ray covers from around the world…