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Graveyard Rocks: Harper Simon To Moderate Q&A During Cinespia 'Movies Til Dawn'

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Cinespia goes all night Saturday, August 13 at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery with dusk 'til dawn screenings of the D.A. Pennebaker directed Monterey Pop, Jimi Hendrix: A Documentary, rare concert footage, psychedelic animation, short documentaries and other trippy sights and sounds of the 60s and 70s.

Harper Simon, the singer/songwriter son of Paul Simon, will be moderating a Q&A with the legendary Lou Adler, Eddie Kramer (Jimi Hendrix engineer/producer) and Director Gary Weis at 10:00 p.m. Bring a sleeping bag, food, drinks, etc. (no tents, pets or bbqs). DJs will play throughout the evening.

Gates at 7:30. Films start at 8:30 p.m. and run until sunrise (approx 6:00 a.m.). As always, no reservations, $10 donation tickets available at gate.

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