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ROCK! East Bay Punk History

  • Landmark Albany Twin 1115 Solano Avenue Albany, CA, 94706 United States (map)

Turn It Around - The History of East Bay Punk
Filmmaker Q&A

Albany Rocks! Filmmaker Q&A follows the screening.
7:30pm • Thursday, March 22 | Albany Twin Theatre

$10 (included with Festival Pass)

Operation Ivy, Rancid, Green Day . . . Albany rocks, and this Green Day-produced film proves it! Join us after Turn It Around for a Q&A with director and writer Corbett Redford—founding member of the legendary East Bay cult band Bobby Joe Ebola and the Children McNuggets, and proud host of the First Annual Albany Filmfest—and co-writer Anthony Marchitello, who played a vital part in getting Albany Filmfest out of the break room and into the world.

Thanks to Arkin-Tilt Architects for underwriting this screening.

 Arkin Tilt Is An Award-Winning Firm Specializing In Energy And Resource Efficient Design.   Our projects embody a marriage of thoughtful design and ecology, creating spaces that are comfortable and lyrical. We pay particular attention to the integration of the built and natural environments - from siting to careful detailing. We have extensive experience with alternative construction systems, including straw-bale and rammed earth, renewable energy systems, greywater, and non-toxic and recycled materials. Our projects include residential and commercial, park buildings, religious facilities, and Eco-Resort planning and design.

Arkin Tilt Is An Award-Winning Firm Specializing In Energy And Resource Efficient Design.


Our projects embody a marriage of thoughtful design and ecology, creating spaces that are comfortable and lyrical. We pay particular attention to the integration of the built and natural environments - from siting to careful detailing. We have extensive experience with alternative construction systems, including straw-bale and rammed earth, renewable energy systems, greywater, and non-toxic and recycled materials. Our projects include residential and commercial, park buildings, religious facilities, and Eco-Resort planning and design.

Earlier Event: March 21
Making the Climb