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Bruce Springsteen performs with the E-Street Band at a concert in Stockholm on May 3 .

Springsteen documentary made by fans screens at local Cinemark

Local Bruce Springsteen fans get to see the man and musician through the eyes of folks just like them when Springsteen & I screens at the Denton Cinemark twice next week.

NCM Fathom Events and Arts Alliance Media bring the film to Denton at 7:30 p.m. Monday and again July 30 at the multiplex, 2825 Wind River Lane.

Springsteen is an emblem of highs and lows of the American Dream, blending folk and rock, and then setting it to simple poetry. Springsteen & I was a call-out to the fans worldwide to make a documentary about what the artist means to them. Produced by Ridley Scott Associates, Scott Free, Black Dog Films and Mr. Wolf, Springsteen & I incorporates video submissions from more than 2,000 fans from across the world. Footage features Springsteen performing some of his greatest hits, along with exclusive never-before-seen archival concert footage.

In addition to the documentary, the two screenings include extended unreleased concert footage from the London leg of the Hard Rock Calling Wrecking Ball tour, plus a special featurette.

Tickets cost $14 for adults, $13 for ages 62 and up and $12 for children. For reservations, visit http://bit.ly/18oedxK .

— Lucinda Breeding

 


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