Andrew Bird: Fever Year Screens Free Tonight

Categories: Film
Andrew Bird is a singer-songwriter known for a multi-instrument looping technique when performing on stage, and Andrew Bird: Fever Year is a documentary that catches him undertaking his most, uh, feverish year of touring. Feverishly.

Actually, Xan Aranda's film won raves at SXSW and Sundance--even from reviewers who knew not who Andrew Bird was before taking their festival seats. You can see it free tonight.

Andrew Bird: Fever Year is the latest Cinema Orange presentation from the Orange County Museum of Art and Newport Beach Film Festival partnership. Besides seeing the film, you can see director Aranda in person as she is scheduled to attend.

(Make sure to ask her about the
new documentary she's working on, about her life and experience with the Mormon religion.)

The Bird film springs from the film festival's music series, and this spring's Cinema Orange program aims to be aligned
thematically with the museum's current "Richard Jackson: Ain't Painting a Pain" exhibition, which you can see as the screening is free with the normal OCMA admission. Bird is considered an artistic maverick, just like Jackson.

The poster and helpful links on the next page . . .

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