Watch an exclusive new clip from Danny Says feat. Alice Cooper via Billboard

Watch an exclusive new clip from Danny Says feat. Alice Cooper via Billboard

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Magnolia Pictures presents:
Danny Says

Featuring Danny Fields, Andy Warhol, Iggy Pop, The Stooges, Lou Reed, Nico, Jim Morrison, The Doors, MC5, Edie Sedgwick, Alice Cooper, Judy Collins and The Ramones

Magnolia Pictures will release DANNY SAYS in Theaters, On Demand, on iTunes and Amazon Video September 30th

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Download hi-res image of the poster: http://bit.ly/2aC0xpW

Sept. 24 screenings for Art House Theater Day:

ACME    Lambertville, NJ
Aperture Cinema    Winston-Salem, NC
Avon Twin Theatre    Stamford, CT
Balboa Theatre    San Francisco, CA
Bijou Film Center    Richmond, VA
Cable Car Cinema    Providence, RI
Cameo Art House    Fayetteville, NC
Cary Theatre    Cary, NC
Cedar Lee Theatres    Cleveland Heights, OH
Chattanooga Film Fest Cine-Rama    Ooltewah, TN
Cinema Arts Theatre Fairfax    Fairfax, VA
Cinemapolis 5    Ithaca, NY
Cyclops Cinema    Gainesville, FL
Esquire Theatre    Cincinnati, OH
Film Streams at the Ruth Sokolof Theater    Omaha, NE
FilmBar    Phoenix, AZ
FilmScene    Iowa City, IA
Fountain Theatre    Mesilla, NM
Frontier Cafe    Brunswick, ME
Gateway Film Center 8    Columbus, OH
Grail Moviehouse 3    Asheville, NC
Harris Theatre    Pittsburgh, PA
IFC Center 5    New York, NY
Indiana University Cinema    Bloomington, IN
Jacob Burns Film Center    Pleasantville, NY
Jane Pickens Theatre    Newport, RI
Little Theatre    Rochester, NY
Mariemont 4    Cincinnati, OH
Mary D. Fisher Theatre    Sedona, AZ
Miami Beach Cinematheque    Miami Beach, FL
Michigan Theater    Ann Arbor, MI
Pageant Theatre    Chico, CA
Palm Cinema    San Luis Obispo, CA
Railroad Square Cinema 3    Waterville, ME
Red River 3    Concord, NH
Roxie    San Francisco, CA
Salina Art Center    Salina, KS
Savoy    Montpelier, VT
Screening Room Cinema Cafe    Amherst, NY
Smith Rafael Film Center    San Rafael, CA
Texas Theatre    Dallas, TX
The Museum of Fine Arts    Houston, TX
The ShowRoom    Asbury Park, NJ
Tower Theatre    Salt Lake City, UT
Valley Art 1 Theatre    Tempe, AZ
Waters Edge Cinema    Provincetown, MA
Zoetropolis    Lancaster, PA

Sept. 30 Theatrical Openings:

Broad Theatre 4    New Orleans, LA
Criterion Cinemas 7    New Haven, CT
IFC Center 5    New York, NY
Living Room 6    Portland, OR
Palm Cinema    San Luis Obispo, CA
Roxie    San Francisco, CA
Sie Film Center    Denver, CO
Sundance Sunset Cinemas    West Hollywood, CA
Charles Theatre    Baltimore, MD
Kimball Theatre 2    Williamsburg, VA
PFC’s Limelight Cinema 3    Bellingham, WA
Olympia Film SocietyCapitol Theatre    Olympia, WA
Acadiana Center for the Arts    Lafayette, LA
Speed Art Museum    Louisville, KY

Once dubbed the underground “mayor of New York,” Danny Fields (née Feinberg) has played a pivotal role in the music and culture of the late 20th century, working for The Doors, Cream, Lou Reed, and Nico, and managing groundbreaking artists like The Stooges, MC5 and The Ramones. DANNY SAYS follows Fields from Harvard Law dropout, to “hippie yenta” at Warhol’s Factory, to Director of Publicity at Elektra Records, to punk pioneer and beyond. Led by Fields’ hilariously droll commentary and largely crafted from over 250 hours of interviews and items from his immense archive (thousands of photographs, audio cassettes and ephemera), the film features outrageous anecdotes recounted by Iggy Pop, Alice Cooper, Judy Collins, Tommy Ramone, Lenny Kaye, Wayne Kramer, and John Cameron Mitchell, among many others. They tell the wild story of a man whose taste and opinion, once deemed defiant and radical, turned out to have been prescient.

“[A] highly entertaining screen memoir… Danny Fields’ reminiscences of the 1960s and 1970s are pure gold… The soundtrack, needless to say, is a mix-tape dream.”

– Dennis Harvey, Variety

“An enjoyable romp through several of pop culture’s most exciting scenes. From Harvard Law to punk, Danny Fields was a man who knew everyone.”

– John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter

“You could make a convincing case that without Danny Fields, punk rock would not have happened.” 

– Charlie Curkin, The New York Times

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