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Movies & Music: CSNY Deja Vu, Singin' in the Rain



Movie lovers who are also music lovers are going to have a couple of promising special-screening options this week. ---

Tonight (Wednesday, July 11), Red Butte Garden's Sundance Institute Summer Series continues with CSNY Deja Vu, the 2008 documentary chronicling David Crosby, Graham Nash, Stephen Stills and Neil Young on their "Freedom of Speech Tour", exploring the similarities between their Vietnam-era protest music and the Irag War era. Admission is free at the amphitheater, with showtime at dusk (8:45 - 9 p.m.).

Tomorrow night (Thursday, July 12), local Cinemark and Century Theaters locations are among the theaters nationwide celebrating the 70th anniversary of Singin' in the Rain with a special one-night-only big-screen event. Before the film, enjoy Turner Classic Movies' Robert Osborne in a special interview with Debbie Reynolds providing behind-the-scenes stories of the making of the classic musical. Then catch one of the most glorious movie musicals ever, in advance of next week's Blu-Ray debut.