R| 1 hr. 45 min.
This rock 'n' roll documentary looks at San Francisco's Fillmore West concert hall, a music hub in the 1960s that saw established and up-and-coming performers play to packed houses. Though different versions of the venue's name were later resurrected and attached to other places, the Fillmore West closed in July 1971. The documentary focuses on those last concerts organized by powerful music promoter Bill Graham, with performances by Carlos Santana, the Grateful Dead and other headliners.
Director: Richard T. Heffron