“What the movie showcases best from its subjects… is the humor and ease of women who have survived a lifetime of setbacks and strife.”
—The New York Times
“A terrific and eye-opening documentary and an amendment to misconceptions.”
—Globe and Mail
“Bobbi Jo Hart’s energetic documentary shines a light on one of the greatest, most forgotten all-female rock bands in music history.”
“Hart’s film pays overdue tribute to Fanny. This affectionate documentary should garner the band a whole new set of fans….”
—Gay City News
Fifty years after becoming the first all-women band to sign a major-label record deal, the members of Fanny reunite to record again and revisit their history as groundbreaking artists. With tons of archival footage and interviews with Fanny superfans Kathy Valentine, Todd Rundgren, Kate Pierson and many others, this is a chapter of rock history that deserves to be revisited by all.
Fanny guitarist Patti Quatro Ericson will be joining us for a Q&A following the Sunday, July 3 screening.