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The PBS Arts Fall Festival continues October 21 at 9pm with American Masters' "Pearl Jam Twenty." Academy Award®-winning director and music journalist Cameron Crowe creates a definitive portrait of the seminal band. The captivating, two-hour documentary gives viewers and fans an intimate first glimpse into Pearl Jam’s journey in honor of the band’s 20th anniversary. Part concert film, part insider hang, part testimonial to the power of music and uncompromising artists, the film celebrates the freedom that allowed Pearl Jam a way to make music without losing sight of what mattered most to them — their fans and the music fans that they themselves had always been.

“Pearl Jam Twenty” features interviews with original band members Jeff Ament, Stone Gossard, Mike McCready and Eddie Vedder, drummer Matt Cameron, and friend and Soundgarden singer/guitarist Chris Cornell, as well as archival performance and interview footage of Mother Love Bone, Pearl Jam, Temple of the Dog, Kurt Cobain and Neil Young.

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The PBS Fall Festival

Friday nights at 9pm October-December on PBS North

The PBS Arts Fall Festival electrifies Friday nights with full-length performances, artist and performer profiles, behind-the-scenes documentaries and mini-films about the art scenes from around the country.

PBS' Passion for the Arts

"For four decades, PBS has been a passionate proponent and participant in the arts, giving millions of Americans their first glimpses at dance, theater, opera and music. The PBS Arts Fall Festival will bring unparalleled access to the arts from multiple media platforms and in the classroom." -PBS President and CEO Paula A. Kerger.

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