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TRIBUTE Documentary Screenings

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Honkytonk Man

Red Stovall (Clint Eastwood) is a Depression-era rascal whose fire-in-the-belly passion comes from the whiskey he slugs and the dream he chases: singing at the Grand Ole Opry. He takes off on a drive from Oklahoma to audition in Nashville with nephew Whit (Clint's son Kyle Eastwood) along to help keep the car on the road and Red on the straight and narrow.


Bronco Billy

Bronco Billy stars Clint Eastwood (who also directed) as the impresario of a seedy Wild West show. Going along for the ride is spoiled socialite Sondra Locke, who is "initiated" by being pressed into service as the wrong end of a knife-throwing act.

Martin Scorsese Presents

The Blues: Piano Blues   

Director, and piano player, Clint Eastwood explores his life-long passion for piano blues, using a treasure trove if rare historical acts as well as interviews and performances by such living legends as Ray Charles, Fats Domino and Dr. John.

Bruce Ricker, Benford Standley and Clint Eastwood


Director/Producer Bruce Ricker with his Malpaso Music

Machine partner Clint Eastwood, Bruce will attend the

screenings of Tony Bennett: The Music Never Ends, and

Piano Blues Clint does the interviews in these timeless

music documentaries...and we are proud of the

association.  Bruce is an adviser to the Festival.


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Letters from Iwo Jima


The story of the battle of Iwo Jima between the United States and Japan during World War II, as told from the perspective of two good friends serving in the Japanese forces, who watch helplessly throughout various battles as their comrades are killed.


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The Last Of The Blue Devils is a rare document of the 1974 reunion that brought together Kansas City swing and blues giants Count Basie, Big Joe Turner and Jay McShann, as well as countless performers and instrumentalists in the Kansas City jazz scene from the 30s onwards.

 Flags of our Fathers

Even as victory in Europe was finally within reach, the war in the Pacific raged on. One of the most crucial and bloodiest battles of the war was the struggle for the island of Iwo Jima, which culminated with what would become one of the most iconic images in history: five Marines and a Navy corpsman raising the American flag on Mount Suribachi.








Sideways screening at Franklin's Pond


In this intoxicating, intelligent comedy about a wine-tasting road trip through California’s central coast, director Alexander Payne serves up “one of the best movies of the year” (Entertainment Weekly) about the ups, downs and sideways journeys of life.

Make My Saturday

A Tribute to Clint Eastwood


Clint Eastwood is one of the most prolific, versatile artists in the history of the medium, involving himself first as an actor, then as a director, producer and composer. In 2004, Eastwood’s critically acclaimed drama “Million Dollar Baby” earned seven Academy Award nominations and won four Oscars. In 2003, “Mystic River” won six Academy Award nominations and two Oscars. Eastwood’s 1993 foreboding, revisionist western, “Unforgiven,” won nine Academy Award nominations and four Oscars. Successful soundtrack albums have been a consistent Eastwood signature to his films, be they jazz-oriented (“Bird,” “The Bridges of Madison County,” “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil”) or country (“Every Which Way But Loose,” “Bronco Billy,” “Any Which Way You Can,” and “Honkytonk Man”.) Working with composer Lennie Niehaus, Eastwood wrote the key melody for both “Unforgiven” (Claudia’s Theme) and “The Bridges of Madison County” (Doe Eyes).  Eastwood also composed the score for “Million Dollar Baby” and “Mystic River.” This Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement and Kennedy Center Honors Award winner has won the People’s Choice Award five times.

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