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Bonnaroo 2016 Photo Diary John Mayer, Dead & Company, Father John Misty, Kurt Vile, Death Cab for Cutie, Jason Isbell, & More

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Bonnaroo 2016 Photo Diary: John Mayer, Dead & Company, Father John Misty, Kurt Vile, Death Cab for Cutie, Jason Isbell, & More

Chris Jorgensen

Bonnaroo 2016 Photo Diary: John Mayer, Dead & Company, Father John Misty, Kurt Vile, Death Cab for Cutie, Jason Isbell, & More

Bonnaroo ended Sunday on a more laidback note. Fans who stayed to the end, and there were still many thousands of them despite the wilting sun, got to chill with hippie bands like Ween, Father John Misty, and headliner Dead and Company (former Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann got some added guitar firepower from John Mayer, pictured above). 

Bonnaroo 2016 Photo Diary Band of Horses, Grace Potter, Chris Stapleton, Margaret Glaspy, & More

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Bonnaroo 2016 Photo Diary: Band of Horses, Grace Potter, Chris Stapleton, Margaret Glaspy, & More

Chris Jorgensen

Bonnaroo 2016 Photo Diary: Band of Horses, Grace Potter, Chris Stapleton, Margaret Glaspy, & More

After two days of searing heat, fans at Bonnaroo finally got some relief when a storm gently blew through on Saturday night bringing some light rain. But lightning prompted promoters to empty the festival for about an hour, moving the party to the campgrounds. That pushed back the starting time of headliner Pearl Jam and forced other artists to change stages. No one seemed to mind. Several late-night bands were still playing when the sun came up Sunday morning. Nothing says Bonnaroo like an all-nighter.

Bonnaroo 2016 Photo Diary Bully, Lolawolf, Waxahatchee, Hinds, Hundred Waters, Lizzo, Wet, & More

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Bonnaroo 2016 Photo Diary: Bully, Lolawolf, Waxahatchee, Hinds, Hundred Waters, Lizzo, Wet, & More

Chris Jorgensen

Bonnaroo 2016 Photo Diary: Bully, Lolawolf, Waxahatchee, Hinds, Hundred Waters, Lizzo, Wet, & More

The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival kicked off yesterday in Manchester, TN, with a soft opening, the bands not starting until well into the hot afternoon. As usual, lots of up-and-coming bands, like Bully (above), filled the undercard: world music first, then folk rock, then easing into to a night of rap and EDM. Check out our photos from the warm-up stretch for the all-day and all-night marathon to come and check back each day of the festival for most pics!

Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary Florence and the Machine, Spoon, Betty Who, Brandi Carlile, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Shakey Graves, Christopher Denny, & Awolnation

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Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary: Florence and the Machine, Spoon, Betty Who, Brandi Carlile, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Shakey Graves, Christopher Denny, & Awolnation
Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary: Florence and the Machine, Spoon, Betty Who, Brandi Carlile, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Shakey Graves, Christopher Denny, & Awolnation

Photographer Chris Jorgensen has once again set up shot at Bonnaroo, a four-day, multi-stage camping festival held on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee. Each day we’ll be posting some of his up-close-and-personal shots of the bands, the fans, and the press events.

Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary Mumford & Sons, My Morning Jacket, Slayer, Gary Clark Jr., Bleachers, Catfish and the Bottlemen, SZA,  & Phox

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Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary: Mumford & Sons, My Morning Jacket, Slayer, Gary Clark Jr., Bleachers, Catfish and the Bottlemen, SZA,  & Phox
Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary: Mumford & Sons, My Morning Jacket, Slayer, Gary Clark Jr., Bleachers, Catfish and the Bottlemen, SZA,  & Phox

Photographer Chris Jorgensen has once again set up shot at Bonnaroo, a four-day, multi-stage camping festival held on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee. Each day we’ll be posting some of his up-close-and-personal shots of the bands, the fans, and the press events.

Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary Kendrick Lamar, Alabama Shakes, Against Me!, Flying Lotus, Tears for Fears, Sylvan Esso, Elle King, Earth Wind & Fire, & More

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Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary: Kendrick Lamar, Alabama Shakes, Against Me!, Flying Lotus, Tears for Fears, Sylvan Esso, Elle King, Earth Wind & Fire, & More
Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary: Kendrick Lamar, Alabama Shakes, Against Me!, Flying Lotus, Tears for Fears, Sylvan Esso, Elle King, Earth Wind & Fire, & More

Photographer Chris Jorgensen has once again set up shot at Bonnaroo, a four-day, multi-stage camping festival held on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee. Each day we’ll be posting some of his up-close-and-personal shots of the bands, the fans, and the press events.

Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary Mac Demarco, Courtney Barnett, Little May, The Temples, Houndmouth, Parlour Tricks, Raury, Strand of Oaks, & More

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Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary: Mac Demarco, Courtney Barnett, Little May, The Temples, Houndmouth, Parlour Tricks, Raury, Strand of Oaks, & More
Bonnaroo 2015 Photo Diary: Mac Demarco, Courtney Barnett, Little May, The Temples, Houndmouth, Parlour Tricks, Raury, Strand of Oaks, & More

Photographer Chris Jorgensen has once again set up shot at Bonnaroo, a four-day, multi-stage camping festival held on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee. Each day we’ll be posting some of his up-close-and-personal shots of the bands, the fans, and the press events.

The Leftovers Preview: Justin Theroux’s Hidden Package

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<em>The Leftovers</em> Preview: Justin Theroux’s Hidden Package
<em>The Leftovers</em> Preview: Justin Theroux’s Hidden Package

In his recap (to be posted here tomorrow at 11pm EST), Matt Brennan calls the cold opening of this Sunday's episode of HBO's The Leftovers “a disorienting change of pace.” And while I'm pretty sure he's referring to both a previously unseen location and the understated, genial tone of characters we've otherwise come to know as edgy and combative, it was hard not to be distracted by the sight of Justin Theroux jogging commando on his way to retrieve a package hidden underneath a mailbox. And we're not the only ones. Co-star Liv Tyler apparently also has trouble averting her eyes during Theroux's jogging scenes.

Exclusive: 3 Stills from The Act of Killing

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Exclusive: 3 Stills from <em>The Act of Killing</em>
Exclusive: 3 Stills from <em>The Act of Killing</em>

In Joshua Oppenheimer's extraordinary The Act of Killing, film becomes the medium for a bold historical reckoning—and in more ways than one. While the director travels to Indonesia to interview several of the individuals responsible for the mass murders of suspected communists following the country's military coup in 1965, and to record the same culture of casual, near-fascist violence that exists in the country today, he enlists his subjects in a singular project. Because many of the men got their start working as petty gangsters enforcing movie-ticket sales, and because many of them modeled their behaviors on American movie stars such as Marlon Brando and Al Pacino, Oppenheimer offers them the chance to film their experiences, creating a movie of their own in an assortment of genres of their choosing.