A midnight screening of the Rolling Stones documentary "Charlie is My Darling" has been added to the Billboard Hollywood Reporter Film and TV Music Conference on Oct. 24.
The screening will be held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre located just a block from the W Hotel in Hollywood where the conference is being held Oct. 24 and 25. All conference attendees are eligible to attend.
Created from footage shot during a short tour of Ireland in 1965, "Charlie is My Darling" had its world premiere this week at the New York Film festival. The black and white film, produced by former Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham in 1965 with Peter Whitehead editing and directing, is filled with band interviews and performances of songs such as "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," "The Last Time" and "Time is On My Side."
Producer Robin Klein and director Mick Gochanour have created the new version, which ABKCO will release on DVD on Nov. 6. The film will also be screened at New York's Museum of Modern Art at part of its retrospective "The Rolling Stones: 50 Years on Film" in November.
In addition to the screening, the revived interest in rock music documentaries will be discussed at a panel on Oct. 25 at the Film and TV Music Conference. Other screenings include David Chase, creator of HBO's "Sopranos," making his directorial debut with "Not Fade Away" as well as speakers L.A. Reid, Christina Aguilera; "Breaking Bad"'s creator, composer and music supervisor; Academy Award winner Gustavo Santaolalla.For more details on the conference and to register click here.