From its inception, The Bluebird Cafe has been anything but ordinary.  By day, it was filled with “ladies who lunch.” By night, it was a smoke-filled rock club for bands and troubadours on the fringes of a predominantly country-fueled Music City. Always at the center is Amy Kurland, who opened the cafe in 1982, unsuspecting that it would become the most influential listening room in America. Featuring performances by Taylor Swift, Garth Brooks, and many more, BLUEBIRD explores the past and present of an accidental landmark and the emerging singer-songwriters who chase their dreams. USA • 2019

  • Brian Loschiavo
  • 89 minutes
  • ADOPT-A-FILM Sponsor: mvyradio

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About Woods Hole Film Festival

The Woods Hole Film Festival is presented by the Woods Hole Film Festival, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation established to: organize the annual Festival; form relationships and strategic alliances with other film festivals and organizations to showcase independent film; emphasize the work of emerging and New England filmmakers; showcase the work of independent filmmakers who have a relationship to Cape Cod or whose films are relevant to or enhance the quality of life on Cape Cod and to develop and foster a creative independent film community within the Festival and on Cape Cod. The Festival also works with individuals, businesses and institutions to develop and present programs and events that further its goals.

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