"Lemmy"The Movie To Receive Los Angeles Premiere
Legendary documentary filmmaker Peter Sempel will premiere his latest film, Lemmyapparently based on the life of MOTRHEAD's Lemmyduring a retrospective of his films and photographs, which is being held in Los Angeles this week.
The show is being held at the Goethe Institut German Cultural Center at 5750 Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles. The Lemmy filmwhich has reportedly been years in the makingscreens on Thursday, May 2nd at 7:00 PM. In addition, on April 28th, there will be a screening of another of Peter's films, Nina Hagen Punk & Glory, which also features the MOTRHEAD mainman.
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