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Fishing with John…with John Lurie: Part I

Hatched presents the first in a two-part video series of the Fishing with John…with John Lurie in Person Q&A at Nitehawk…

On November 15 last month, Nitehawk was honored to host a truly special one-night event with estimable John Lurie. We screened three episodes of his cult-classic television series Fishing With John (featuring Tom Waits, Willem Dafoe, and Dennis Hopper) to a sold-out crowd and then John Lurie joined us for a heartfelt, candid, humorous, touching, and insider chat about everything from the mysterious narrator of Fishing with John to the appalling 2010 New Yorker profile to his interest in painting. In a recent Capital New York article, Lurie said that in this screening and discussion he would “reacquaint myself with the world a bit.” And as you can see in these videos of his Q&A with Nitehawk’s John Woods, he did so quite brilliantly.

Watch Part II here!

3 comments on “Fishing with John…with John Lurie: Part I

  1. Pingback: Fishing with John…with John Lurie: Part II « Hatched

  2. Yusef Malenky
    December 14, 2012

    This is a must see for all fans of John and of Fishing with John!

  3. Trixie
    December 24, 2012

    I so wish I could have been there for this event! Anyone who loves John Lurie must watch this, and please tell your friends about it. He’s a brilliant, creative man who deserves praise and attention more now than ever.

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