If you missed our World Premiere at the New Jersey International Film Festival back in May (where we took home the “Best Documentary Film” honor, fear not: there will be an encore screening of the Rye movie at the fest this fall!
Sunday, October 12
Rutgers University -New Brunswick, NJ (Vorhees Hall)
Coming off our East coast premiere we’re very excited to be able to share the good times with our friends up in Washington and Oregon this summer! Director Jenni Matz will be in attendance for some Q&As….
Here’s where we will be:
Thursday, August 7 @ Pickford Film Center, Bellingham (8:30pm):
We are putting together a screening tour for this film, but it takes a lot of work! If you live in a city that you think would like to screen this movie, help us let theaters and festivals know that we wanna come rock out! You can always email us with contacts, leads, suggestions at email@example.com
Thank you to everyone who came out to the New Jersey Film Festival last weekend to support our World Premiere! It was so great seeing so many familiar faces, many of which were IN the movie! Grandma Lena came out, Jack Leto, Gregg Leto, Charles Maggio, 508 house represented, all five Rye guys … it was a party. We are continuing the celebration in this, the 20th anniversary year of Rye, this weekend at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY. 2pm. $5!
We are THRILLED to announce that the Rye Coalition documentary will premiere at the 2014 NJ Film Festival!
Screening Date: Friday May 30, 7pm
Location: Voorhees Hall (Near the corner of George Street and Hamilton Street), 71 Hamilton Street, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
Admission: $12 Advance, $10 General; $9 Students + Seniors; $8 Rutgers Film Co-op/NJMAC Friends.
Tickets: Tickets are available on a “first-come-first-served” basis only and can be purchased at the door beginning a half-hour before the start time. Advance Tickets are HIGHLY ENCOURAGED and available to groups of 2 or more. Email us for more info NJMAC12@gmail.com. More info at www.njfilmfest.com click on “Summer 2014 Schedule”.
Friday-May 30-Voorhees Hall #105-7PM $10; $9; $8 Into The Dark – Lukas Hassel (New York, New York)
The Wanted Ad – Tobi Lee Sigona and Keith St. Lawrence (Morganville, New Jersey)
Chasing The Past – Jonathan Salemi (North Hollywood, California)
Rye Coalition: The Story of the Hard Luck 5 – Jenni Matz (Los Angeles, California)
The legendary Maxwell’s of Hoboken, NJ will be closing its doors forever this July. Rye Coalition will be playing one final show at their home-town palace with the amazing Bosnian Rainbows on July 19, 2013. Get your tix now at Ticketfly
We were saddened to hear that Hoboken’s iconic club Maxwell’s will be closing its doors July 31 after over three decades of showcasing the best of the underground indie music scene. Words cannot express what the club meant to the band as musicians, as friends, and as fans of great music (and great food!). We played there, worked there, ate there, and yes, were even banned from there. Rye screened movies there, and even played our reunion show there back in 2011. Todd Abramson and co always were good to Rye. As Jon says in the video below, “If you ever want to start a band or a club, take notes.”
Couldn’t help but craft this ode of sorts to the club we always called home. Thanks, Maxwell’s. We still love you.
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