We Bought Our Souls for Rock ‘n Roll is a 2001 documentary by Penelope Spheeris that chronicles Ozzfest 1999. Regardless of being screened at movie festivals, and even profitable an award for “Most Standard Documentary” on the Melbourne Worldwide Movie Pageant in 2001, We Bought Our Souls for Rock ‘n Roll has by no means seen a wider launch… but it surely’s at the least lastly getting a correct screening.
We Bought Our Souls for Rock ‘n Roll is being screened on the David Geffen Theater in Los Angeles, CA on August 18. Tickets for the movie are available here, which additionally embody a dialog with Spheeris. The next is an outline of the documentary as posted on the Academy Museum web site.
“The Decline of Western Civilization (1981) auteur Penelope Spheeris returns to the world of loud guitars and louder personalities with this under-screened late ’90s gem, which was produced by Sharon Osbourne. Following 1999’s version of Ozzfest, the nomadic steel competition based and headlined by singer-heavy steel icon Ozzy Osbourne, Spheeris captures blistering, sweat-drenched units from future multi-platinum megastars System of a Down, Slipknot, and Godsmack at their nü-metal infancy alongside heavy steel royalty Osbourne, Black Sabbath, and Slayer.”
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