Film reveals folk singer and activist Joan Baez’s hidden battles

A new, intimate documentary about Mexican American counterculture folk singer Joan Baez, who took part in some of the most pivotal moments of the Civil Rights Movement, is personal and insightful.

In summary, Baez, who is eighty-two, has seldom discussed her family, her turbulent marriage to Bob Dylan, or her struggles with mental illness. The movie is slated to open on Friday in a few New York theaters and on October 13 in other theaters.

Details: “Joan Baez I Am A Noise,” directed by Karen O’Connor, Miri Navasky, and Maeve O’Boyle, follows Baez over a number of years and during her farewell tour in 2019.

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