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Neil Young Film Event Headed to Theaters in February for One Night Only
A one-night-only Neil Young film event will take place in theaters across the country on Feb. 29, featuring a couple of Young's best films and a Q&A with the folk rock icon hosted by Cameron Crowe.
The three-and-a-half-hour night is being billed as An Evening with Neil Young and will include showings of the Young-starring, co-directed and co-written 1982 film Human Highway. That will be followed by Young's 1979 concert film Rust Never Sleeps and capped off with a live Q&A.
The silly sci-fi cult classic Human Highway also stars the late-Dennis Hopper, Russ Tamblyn, the members of Devo and Dean Stockwell, who also co-wrote and co-directed the film. It will be shown in an all new digital restoration. The Crowe-led Q&A will also feature members of the film's cast.
The Rust Never Sleeps film captures Young's live show from Oct. 22, 1978, at the Cow Palace arena just outside San Francisco and includes performances of greatest hits such as "Sugar Mountain" and "My My, Hey Hey."