Irish Photo ArchiveThe updated version of the Rolling Stones tour documentary The Rolling Stones Charlie Is My Darling -- Ireland 1965 will get its U.S. TV premiere on DirecTV's Audience Network on November 10 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The film will be screened as part of the network's Something to Talk About documentary series.
The broadcast of Charlie Is My Darling will feature a post-screening conversation between ex-Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham, who produced the 1966 flick, and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl. The film also will be available on-demand from DirecTV starting the same day. In addition, prior to its DirecTV premiere, the movie will be screened in eight theaters in select cities between October 26 and November 8 in conjunction with the Something to Talk About series.
Originally shot on a Stones weekend tour in Ireland in 1965, Charlie Is My Darling includes some of the first professionally-shot footage of the band in concert, as well as candid interview segments of the group's members. The revamped movie has been expanded from 35 to 65 minutes.
As previously reported, Charlie Is My Darling is scheduled to be released on DVD, Blu-ray and as a multi-disc deluxe box set on November 6.
Here are the dates and locations for the Something to Talk About theatrical screenings of the movie:
10/26 -- New York City, NY, IFC Center
10/29 -- Brooklyn, NY, Indie Screen
11/1 -- Seattle, WA, Northwest Film Forum
11/5 -- Dallas, TX, Studio Movie Grille
11/5 -- New Orleans, LA, Zeigeist
11/5 -- Washington, DC, West End Cinema
11/5 -- Bellingham, WA, Pickford Film Center
11/5 -- Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Cinema Paradiso
11/8 -- Santa Monica, CA, Vidiots
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