Stevie Nicks

In Your Dreams, the documentary that follows the making of Stevie Nicks' latest album of the same name, will be screened in dozens of US cinemas for one night only on April 2.

The film offers a peek into the creation of the album and the working methods of Nicks as well as co-producers David Stewart (who also produced the new Orianthi album, Heaven In This Hell) and Glen Ballard (Alanis Morrissette, Aerosmith, Van Halen). The film also includes a look at rare, previously unseen photos from Nicks' past, as well as backstage and performance shots from 35 years of rock history.

Stewart, whose production company Weapons of Mass Entertainment produced the film, says "She is really real. It doesn’t matter if she is singing in the make-up room or in the middle of a TV interview. She is who she is, and she doesn’t change."

In Your Dreams (the album) was released in May 2011 and it debuted at #6 on the Billboard charts, selling 52,000 copies in its first week. It includes appearances from Fleetwood Mac members Lindsey Buckingham and Mick Fleetwood as well as studio greats Tom Bukovac and Waddy Watchel, and Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and The Dirty Knobs.

In Your Dreams cinemas:
Albany – Spectrum
Asbury Park, NJ – Showroom
Atlanta – Midtown Art
Austin – iPic
Baltimore – Harbor East
Bellingham – Pickford
Boca Raton – iPic
Bolingbrook, IL – iPic
Boston – Kendall Square
Boulder – The Dairy
Chicago – Century Center
Cincinnati – Kenwood
Cleveland – Cedar Lee
Columbus – Gateway
Dallas – Magnoila
Denver – Mayan
Detroit – Main Art
Fairview, TX – iPic
Glendale, WI – iPic
Houston – River Oaks
Indianapolis – Keystone
Ithaca – Cinemapolis
Lincoln, NE – Mary Riepma Ross
Long Beach – Art
Los Angeles – The Landmark
Miami – Tower
Milwaukee – Oriental
Minneapolis – Lagoon
New Orleans – Canal Place
New York – Sunshine
Newport, RI – Jane Pickens
Oakland – Piedmont
Pasadena – iPic
Pelham, NY – Picturehouse
Philadelphia – Ritz East
Pittsfield, MA – Beacon
Providence – Cable Car
Radmond – iPic
Rochester – Little
Sacramento – Crest/Tower
San Antonio – Bijou
San Diego – Hillcrest
San Francisco – Embarcadero
Santa Rosa – Summerfield
Seattle – Guild45
Silver Spring – AFI Silver Screen
Salt Lake City – Tower
St.Louis – Tivoli
S. Barrington, IL – iPic
Stamford – Avon
Tempe – Marketplace
Tucson – Loft
Tulsa – Circle
Winston-Salem – Aperture