924 Gilman Street Trailer

924 Gilman Street Trailer (2007)

01 January 2007

Starting with its inception in 1986, the all-ages nonprofit punk venue at 924 Gilman St. in Berkeley, Calif., was a mainstay of a thriving music scene. In this punk-tastic documentary, filmmaker Jack Curran takes a loving look at the historic club. Chronicling the DIY roots of the volunteer-run establishment, the program features interviews with Jello Biafra, Ian McKaye, Lars Frederickson and Matt Freeman, as well as many live performances.

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