FANNY: The Right to Rock

World Music Film Today - International Competition

  • Canada
  • 2021
  • 97min
  • DCP
  • Color, B&W
  • Documentary
  • Rock
  • G
  • AP


What will be a band like led by older women? The rock band Fanny reunites which stirred the music scene of 1970s just because ‘all of them are women’. FANNY: The Right to Rock introduces the history of Fanny from it was formed to the date they announced a new start in the original members voices. Their journey of confronting the prejudice that rock is men’s music and the discrimination on Asian Americans, sexual minority members is gratifying and touching. They talk about the musical freedom and the world of art they have long sought. (CHO Hyunna)


Bobbi Jo HART

Bobbi Jo Hart is American/Canadian documentary filmmaker. Her intimate, cinema verité style results in thought-provoking films that ultimately celebrate our shared humanity. Her most recent feature documentary FANNY: The Right to Rock is screening at dozens of worldwide film festivals. Hart’s previous award-winning films include I AM NOT A ROCK STAR, REBELS ON POINTE, etc. 


    TimeTheaterCodeRateSubQ&ALive Concert
    2021-08-14  16:30Megabox Jecheon 3039GNE --
    2021-08-16  10:00Megabox Jecheon 7076GNE GV-