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PJ20: Seattle Screening!

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Pearl Jam Twenty will be showing on Tuesday, August 12th as part of the Triple Door’s Summer Movie Series. Tickets are an amazing $4 and including a soft drink, beer or wine! The Triple Door is a great place to see a film (or a concert), so check out all the details over at their official site if you live in the Seattle area.

 

 

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Aug 8, 2014

Streaming in March

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Three of Cameron’s films are streaming in HD this month on Netflix. You can check out  Say Anything…Pearl Jam Twenty and Vanilla Sky via Netflix Watch Instantly if you are so inclined…

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Mar 4, 2014

PJ20 Airs On VH1 October 12th.

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There’s been a lot of PJ20 activity these past few weeks, huh? As Pearl Jam gets set to release its new album Lightning Bolt, Pearl Jam Twenty will air on VH1 as part of their Rock Docs series this Saturday, Oct. 12th. Lightning Bolt is released worldwide on Tuesday, October 15th.

 

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Oct 11, 2013

Pearl Jam Twenty Returns to Theaters

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Pearl Jam has announced that Pearl Jam Twenty is returning to U.S. theaters through a partnership with Gathr. Gathr allows you to bring the movies you want to a venue near you. Here’s how it works:
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Sep 27, 2013

PJ20 Revisited

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Can you believe it’s been two years since Pearl Jam Twenty debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival? You can check out some goodies over on the PJ20 page, but I thought we would share this “Inside Pearl Jam Twenty” Interview with Cameron from Pearl Jam Radio on Sirius. This is the full length 1 hour and 12 minute interview. Enjoy!

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Sep 7, 2013

Vanilla HD

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While we continue to wait (impatiently) for Vanilla Sky to be released on Blu-ray, you can get your HD fix as Netflix is currently streaming the 2001 film in high definition. In a related note, Pearl Jam Twenty is also streaming in HD.

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Oct 15, 2012

PJ20 Soundtrack Liner Notes

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We have a little Journalism treat for you today. It’s the complete liner notes from the Pearl Jam Twenty soundtrack. In addition to Cameron’s introduction, he share his thoughts on each track. Enjoy!

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Mar 1, 2012

Inquire Within: Redemption

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Welcome to another edition of Inquire Within… Through your submissions, Cameron will answer your questions in his own words.

Doug Shiloh (Rockford, IL): Two of your major films Vanilla Sky and Jerry Maguire (which are favorites of mine, by the way) delve into redemption for people who were in the kingdom of greatness, one way or another. How do the new documentaries further your look into this territory (Leon Russell’s return seems to be part of this). What is it about the theme that grabs you?

Cameron: I think many of the great heroes in history, from Winston Churchill to Steve Jobs, were cast out of the kingdom of greatness.  Their life-defining work sometimes happens upon their rugged return to power.  That theme has always grabbed me.  It’s very easy to throw in the towel, but sometimes a simple refusal to give up leads to a whole new life.  This theme began for me with Brad Hamilton’s story in Fast Times at Ridgemont High.  The fast food king was able to return with a simple twist of fate… the unexpected help of the person he least expected. Spicoli.   When we first saw Fast Times on a big screen with a paying audience, it was that moment that caused people to applaud in the audience.  I never forgot that.

And it’s even a theme in Pearl Jam Twenty.  When many of their contemporaries were giving up, and giving up on the band itself, they kept going… and found the passionate audience that keeps them alive today.  Thanks for the question, Doug.

Please send in your questions for Cameron and maybe yours will be part of a future installment of Inquire Within…
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Dec 22, 2011

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