Thom Zimny, who is a long time film director and archivist for Bruce Springsteen said:
"I'm honored to celebrate my 20 year collaboration with Bruce and Jon (Landau) by sharing some of the treasures, both recent and past, from the Springsteen Archives with the fans,"
Eileen Chapman, Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music at Monmouth University said:
"We are grateful to have Thom Zimny return to present rare concert footage of Bruce Springsteen's live career on stage at this year's Asbury Park Music + Film Festival. Last year's event turned out to be one of the real highlights of the year in Asbury Park and we look forward to another memorable afternoon ..."
The screening will take place at the Paramount Theatre on Saturday, April 25 at 4:00 pm ET. Tickets are priced at $30.00 and $25.00 can be purchased HERE
Like last year - a panel discussion and Q&A will follow the screening moderated by Backstreets editor, Chris Phillips.
In its sixth year - the not-for-profit APMFF will benefit underserved children in Asbury Park and its surrounding areas by providing music education, instruments and social connection opportunities. It also features "An Evening With The Sopranos Creator David Chase", a performance by Melissa Etheridge and festival staple Dylan Archives V.