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The Last Pogo Jumps Again

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Named in reference to The Last Pogo or ‘the last punk show’ held at the Horseshoe Tavern in 1978, this rollicking and in-depth documentary brings Toronto’s late 70s punk scene viscerally to life. With incredible access to footage and the musicians at the centre of this counter-culture wave (The Viletones, Teenage Head, B-Girls, The Mods and many more), the filmmakers trace the movement’s roots and legacy to show us a Toronto claiming its punk identity and coming into its own.

Filmmakers Colin Brunton and Kire Paputts, and other musicians featured in the film will participate in a Q&A led by Liz Worth, author of Treat Me Like Dirt: An Oral History of Punk in Toronto and Beyond 1977-1981.

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"Documentaries don't come more hard core than The Last Pogo Jumps Again."
NOW
"The best punk rock documentary I've seen to date."
Jon Wurster, Superchunk, Mountain Goats
“Turns out the punks were right about "no future." But it makes for one heck of a past."
Toronto Star
Directed by: Kire Paputts Colin Brunton
Featuring: Steven Leckie Frankie Venom Nash the Slash Gord Lewis Ron Mann
Runtime: 200 mins Rating: R