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Joan Baez Celebrated in a New Documentary

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"Joan Baez I Am a Noise" director Karen O’Connor, film subject Joan Baez, moderator Laurie Anderson. COURTESY JESSICA DALENE/HAMPTONSFILM

HamptonsFilm Executive Director Anne Chaisson,

HamptonsFilm Executive Director Anne Chaisson, "Joan Baez I Am a Noise" director Karen O’Connor, film subject Joan Baez, moderator Laurie Anderson, and HamptonsFilm Artistic Director David Nugent. COURTESY JESSICA DALENE/HAMPTONSFILM

Karen O'Connor, director of

Karen O'Connor, director of "Joan Baez I Am a Noise," the film's subject Joan Baez and moderator, musician and artist Laurie Anderson during a post screening conversation. COURTESY JESSICA DALENE/HAMPTONSFILM

authorStaff Writer on Aug 18, 2023

HamptonsFilm concluded its 2023 SummerDocs series with a screening of Magnolia Pictures’ “Joan Baez I Am a Noise” on Sunday, August 13, at Regal UA East Hampton. At the screening, Baez and the film’s director Karen O’Connor participated in a conversation moderated by legendary artist, musician and East End resident Laurie Anderson. The film was followed by a reception on Monday, August 14, at the Onna House in East Hampton.

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