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MARLON BRANDO NEWSLETTER SEPTEMBER 2015 – SIGN UP FOR MORE MARLON BRANDO UPDATES AND SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

We want to start off this month’s news letter with a giant thank you. Over the summer we saw the theatrical release of the documentary film LISTEN TO ME MARLON in North America. With a 96% on Rotten Tomatoes (Certified Fresh!) and more importantly a massive audience approval, we couldn’t be more proud. Thank you everyone who came out and supported the film.

If you have not yet seen the film in North America, you can check

MARLON BRANDO NEWSLETTER JULY 2015 – LISTEN TO ME MARLON RELEASE – SIGN UP FOR MORE MARLON BRANDO UPDATES AND SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Happy Marlon Monday Everyone!

The time has arrived for the official release of LISTEN TO ME MARLON.

Culled from hundreds of hours of audio tapes from Marlon Brando’s personal archive, the documentary film presents Marlon Brando in his own words, reflecting on his life, his thoughts and his experiences.

“MR. BRANDO COME(S) SEARCHINGLY ALIVE” — THE NEW YORK TIMES

“A MASTERPIECE”  — THE VILLAGE VOICE

LISTEN TO ME MARLON

LISTEN TO ME MARLON

Stevan Riley’s acclaimed LISTEN TO ME MARLON is the definitive Marlon Brando documentary. On the heels of its celebrated premieres at Sundance Film Festival, New Directors, Film Forum (NY) and The Landmark (LA), LISTEN TO ME MARLON will open in theaters across the US. Described as “Revelatory” by the Los Angeles Times, “A masterpiece” by the Village Voice and “Unmissable” by GQ, LISTEN TO ME MARLON was created using Brando’s vast archive of personal audio archive, allowing him...

Apocalypse Now: Multiple Screenings in Los Angeles

Apocalypse Now: Multiple Screenings in Los Angeles

Colonel Kurtz comes to Tinseltown

If you or anyone you know is in Los Angeles, California, USA on August 1st it’ll be difficult to not catch a screening of the film Apocalypse Now, starring Marlon Brando, Martin Sheen, Dennis Hopper, Frederic Forrest and a (very) young Laurence Fishburne.

The film will be screening at the famous Aero Theater in Santa Monica (more info HERE) and as part of Cinespia’s summer screening series at the Hollywood...

RIP Photographer Mary Ellen Mark

RIP Photographer Mary Ellen Mark

If you’ve seen photographs of a bald headed Marlon Brando with a dragonfly on his finger or a Diet Coke bottle cap covering his eye you’ve see the excellent work of Mary Ellen Mark who passed away on May 25th at the age of 75.

Mark was the set photographer for Apocalypse Now, but her work as a street photographer is not to be missed. Below is a link to the New York Times article chronicling her...

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