RENALDO AND CLARA is a 1978 American film directed by Bob Dylan and starring Bob Dylan, Sara Dylan, and Joan Baez. Written by Dylan and Sam Shepard, the film incorporates three distinct film genres: concert footage, documentary interviews, and dramatic fictional vignettes reflective of Dylan's song lyrics and life.
Filmed in the fall of 1975 prior to and during Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue tour, the film features appearances and performances by Ronee Blakley, T-Bone Burnett, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Allen Ginsberg, Arlo Guthrie, Ronnie Hawkins, Roger McGuinn, Joni Mitchell, Mick Ronson, Arlen Roth, Sam Shepard, and Harry Dean Stanton.
Renaldo and Clara was released in its original four-hour form on January 25, 1978 in the United States. Its limited release in theaters in New York City, Los Angeles, and other cities was
discontinued after a few weeks following widespread negative reviews. Renaldo and Clara won the Interfilm Award at the Mannheim-Heidelberg International Film Festival in 1978 but has largely been panned by critics. (Wikipedia).
'Bob Dylan Non Stop' French press promo; the back shows
the French poster.
French programme for the 10th edition/1978
of the "QUINZAINE DES RÉALISATEURS " ("Directors
Fortnight") FESTIVAL which is part of the CANNES FILM FESTIVAL.
2 full pages on Renaldo & Clara for its World Premiere.
French promo document for La Quinzaine des Réalisateurs, Festival de Cannes 1978, 15 pages.
Flyer (Camden Plaza, August/September 1978) advertising the screening of Renaldo & Clara “In full Quadraphonic sound and colour”.
This is a double-sided A4-size paper ‘flyer’. On one side, details of the current film showing at Camden Plaza cinema, London are given. On the reverse are details of the next film, “Renaldo & Clara”. A half-page photo, lists of participants and the songs and with an advance booking form. information bobdylanisis.com
Camden Plaza Theatre London/Artificial Eye Film Company Ltd. promo only press release, featuring music and cast information for the film, 3 pages, A4 size.
Spain, 2 pages
Japan, 3 September 1978, Film programme, 18 Pages
Austria, film programme, 6 pages
Flyer, no information