Posts Tagged ‘Jeff Krulik’

Tonight at AFI Silver: Jeff Krulik’s Heavy Metal Picnic

"I have run to the theater with the film in my hands before," documentary filmmaker Jeff Krulik told me last month while we reviewed clips of his forthcoming movie, Heavy Metal Picnic. "We could that this time. I don't know."
If you're heading to AFI Silver tonight at 9:30 p.m. to catch [...]

This Week in CP Arts: Jeff Krulik, The Tea Party Project, Countdown to Zero

On the cover, Mike Riggs logs miles with Jeff Krulik, maker of the classic rock doc Heavy Metal Parking Lot, on the occasion of his latest opus, Heavy Metal Picnic. Chris Klimek wonders why there aren't more politically minded shows at Fringe. Kriston Capps maps a rare collaboration between a gallery and the Smithsonian. I [...]

International & Roots Music Weekend Roundup: Caribbean Carnival, Folklife Festival, and More

For D.C.’s Caribbean community this is THE weekend—the loud, brash Saturday parade featuring participants in Technicolor costumes plus countless concerts and parties with sound systems turned up to 11.   But if you don't like reggae and soca, this weekend offers numerous other international and roots music choices.  Around this time every year, I run into [...]

Alexandria’s Video Vault, Beloved Home of Cinema’s Worst, Closes Friday

UPDATE | April 28, 11:37 a.m.: I just spoke with owner Jim McCabe. The store's landlord wants the space vacated by this weekend, so the shop will close after today. McCabe says the store still has 30-40,000 of the 60,000 titles it once sported, which he'll sell on the Video Vault website. He's not sure [...]

Jeff Krulik’s “Eat, Drink, and Be Merry in 1950-60’s DC” Panel Friday

When people discuss D.C.'s nightlife back in the day, they usually only think as far back as the original 930 Club on F Street.  D.C. filmmaker Jeff Krulik is digging deeper.  Inspired by the late Emil Press' photos of Washington streetscapes, and by stories collected from area residents, Krulik has organized a panel discussion and [...]