Trio said Tuesday that it will introduce "9 Sharp," its new nightly
documentary-film block, Jan. 27.
The block will include such documentaries as:
\u0007 Looking for Richard (Jan. 27), directed by Al Pacino and examining
Shakespeare's Richard III;
\u0007 Don't Look Back (Jan. 28), a look at Bob Dylan's 1965 concert
\u0007 American Mullet (Jan. 29), examining the 1980s haircut;
\u0007 Beyond the Mat (Jan. 30), a behind-the-scenes look at professional
\u0007 Cinemania (Jan. 31), the story of five obsessed movie buffs; and
\u0007 Moving the Mountain (Feb. 1), a 1994 film tracing the reminiscences
of the student leaders of the Tiananmen Square uprising in 1989.
On Valentine's Day (Feb. 14), Trio will offer an unusual take on the life and
songs of music legend Harold Arlen with the world premiere of original
music/drama special Stormy Weather: The Music of Harold Arlen.
In addition, two romance-themed films -- Four Weddings and a Funeral
and True Romance -- will round out the day's programming.
Finally, the network will dedicate March to 1970s maverick filmmaking,
highlighted by original documentary Easy Riders, Raging Bulls March 9.
The documentary will open Slamdance Film Festival 2003 in Park City, Utah, Jan.