Heidecker & Wood are comedian/writer/actor Tim Heidecker ("Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!," "Tim and Eric Billion Dollar Movie," "The Comedy," "Bridesmaids") and his longtime musical collaborator composer/multi-instrumentalist Davin Wood ("Awesome Show," "Billion Dollar Movie").
Secret Location TBA, West Hollywood, 90069
8:30pm to 10:30pm
Sign up to apply and attend a Sofar Sounds L.A. secret pop-up session taking place on September 9, from 8:30 pm -10:30 pm. If you are selected and invited, the secret location will be emailed to you a day before the show! As per the Sofar Sounds M.O., the musical line-up won’t be revealed until the night of the show.
Sofar Sounds, a.k.a. “Songs From a Room,” takes place in 150+ cities all over the world, bringing music lovers together in an intimate living room setting, or unique space where the most innovative new music is showcased. During the acts, nobody talks and everyone listens—creating the most welcoming and spellbinding atmosphere.
Sofar Sounds L.A., which is in its fourth year, has showcased a diversity of indie musical acts and various genres (pop, rock, alternative, electro-pop, folk, roots, rap, blues, jazz and more, from all parts of the world. Past buzz-worthy groups that have performed at the LA shows include: Saint Motel, The Colourist, Meg Myers, Gardens & Villa, Fool's Gold, Family of the Year, Terraplane Sun, DeVotchKa, Hunter Hunted, BOY, Silent Comedy, Andre Day, Run River North and Jamestown Revival.
8818 Sunset Blvd, Austin, CA 90069
A lively and colorful biography of Hollywood’s first superagent one of the most outrageous showbiz characters of the 1960s and 1970s whose clients included Barbra Streisand, Ryan O Neal, Faye Dunaway, Michael Caine, and Candice Bergen. Before Sue Mengers hit the scene in the mid-1960s, talent agents remained quietly in the background. But staying in the background was not possible for Mengers. Irrepressible and loaded with chutzpah, she became a driving force of Creative Management Associates (which later became ICM) handling the era’s preeminent stars. A true original with a gift for making the biggest stars in Hollywood listen to hard truths about their careers and personal lives, Mengers became a force to be reckoned with. Her salesmanship never stopped. In 1979, she was on a plane that was commandeered by a hijacker, who wanted Charlton Heston to deliver a message on television. Mengers was incensed, wondering why the hijacker wanted Heston, when she could get him Barbra Streisand.
Acclaimed biographer Brian Kellow spins an irresistible tale, exhaustively researched and filled with anecdotes about and interviews more than two hundred show-business luminaries. A riveting biography of a powerful woman that charts show business as it evolved from New York City in the 1950s through Hollywood in the early 1980s, Can I Go Now? will mesmerize anyone who loves cinema s most fruitful period
8818 Sunset Blvd, Austin, CA 90069
Witchyman is a fictional story based on an urban legend from a suburb in Winnipeg, Canada. Kristian James is an artist based in Los Angeles, has recently created a series of creepy sketches, only to realize they are a reflection of memories from her childhood. She lands a showing of her work at a local art gallery. The gallery owner, a lovely, flamboyant man named Gustavo, sees their potential, as they draw people in because they are so dark. When news of her good fortune hits the newspapers in Winnipeg, the subject of her sketches, the real Witchyman, realizes she must know who he is, as the likeness to the photograph of her work is unmistakable. He knows he must go to Los Angeles to find this artist to silence her. After years of trying to distance himself from a violent past, he resurfaces in the big city, and is seduced by the underbelly of society there, as well as by the glamour and lifestyle of this artist and her friends. Unable to control his darkness, he begins to take Kris life apart, once more.