July 20, 2007 21:27

Green Day, MCR star in punk documentary

'Punk's Not Dead' hits US theatres

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Green Day, My Chemical Romance, Good Charlotte and Bad Religion are among the bands starring in the documentary, 'Punk's Not Dead', which hits US theatres this week.

The film is an exploration of the evolution of punk rock featuring dozens of interviews with prominent punk artists as well as rare concert footage.

The film opens tomorrow in Chicago (July 21) and will screen in several cities across the country throughout the summer.

Also in the film are the Ramones, Henry Rollins, Billy Idol, NOFX, Social Distortion, Stiff Little Fingers and Sum 41.

The film will be screened on the following dates:

Chicago, IL Siskel Film Center (July 21-25)
Boston, MA Brattle (27-August 2)
Los Angeles, CA Sunset 5 (27-August 2)
New York, NY Village East (27-August 2)
New Orleans, LA Zeitgeist Theatre (August 3-9)
Fresno, CA Selland Arena (22)
Tucson, AZ Loft Cinema (31-September 7)
Portland, OR Hollywood Theatre (7-14)
Williamsville, NY Market Arcade Film and Arts Centre (7-14)
San Francisco, CA Red Vic Movie House (20-24)


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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