added: 11 Jun 2010 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
The success of the one-night-only screenings of the documentary Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage has led to several sites re-booking the film for follow on screenings, giving fans an extra chance to see the film on the big screen, in pristine digital cinema quality and with incredible 5.1 sound.
The film screened in around 60 sites across Europe on the evening of June 7th, and additional screenings have so far been booked in:
Liverpool (Odeon Liverpool ONE, June 14th)
London (Empire Leicester Square, June 11th-16th and Odeon Covent Garden, June 14th)
Dundee (Dundee Contemporary Arts, July 13th).
The film will also receive a one-night-only theatrical release in cinemas across Brazil on June 17th.
Full listings for all cinema screenings can be found at:
The documentary, directed by Scot McFadyen and Sam Dunn of Banger Films - the team behind last year's award-winning hit Iron Maiden: Flight 666 and 2005's Metal: A Headbanger's Journey ' won the Audience Award at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, and the UK theatrical release has seen sellout audiences across the country.
Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage is brought to cinemas by Arts Alliance Media, in association with Classic Rock magazine, Universal Music Group and Banger Films.