Puget Soundtrack presents Prom Queen
The dark-surf, girl-group noir sounds of Seattle's Prom Queen meet some of our favorite visuals from the catalogue of beloved exploitation film archivists Something Weird video, creating a unique new experience of B-movie indulgence. Co-presented by Northwest Film Forum's Puget Soundtrack series and Capitol Hill Block Party.
Thursday, June 1, 2017
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Seattle's Prom Queen blends their dark-surf, girl-group noir sound (aka "Doom-Wop," which is also the title of their upcoming third album) with some of our favorite clips from the catalogue of beloved exploitation film archivists Something Weird Video, creating a unique new experience of B-movie indulgence that features classic burlesque reels, drive-in trailers, ephemeral classroom films, and LSD inspired oddities. This special music and film experience is presented as part of Puget Soundtrack, Northwest Film Forum's beloved series that has been inviting local musicians to score films since 2014. Prom Queen appears courtesy of our co-presenter Capitol Hill Block Party, whose 2017 festival runs July 21-23.
- Premiere Status: Seattle
- Running Time: 90 minutes
- Music: Live score performed by Prom Queen