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With great thanks to all who have pledged to support, the Vincent Moon ATP short films are now fully funded.
We reached our goal of $14,000 on a pledge from the 200th backer.
There are still 32 hours to go, and the total is currently at $15,290.
Please continue to pledge and to spread the word about these films.
Every $ or £ pledged will be spent directly on the films and will add to our limited budget to help make these films the best they can be.
From ATP - Kickstarter update
Thanks to all of those who have pledged so far.
Donations are coming in fast, and we are close to our target of $14,000.
Just a reminder - If the target is not reached, no money will change hands, and the films will not be made.
Please click here to see what rewards are available, and to play your part in making these great films.
The Kickstarter.com project to create four short films by Vincent Moon, shot at the All Tomorrow’s Parties music festival is currently 19% funded.
Thanks to everybody who has pledged so far.
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Vincent Moon, ATP Festival, & Warp Films are launching a kickstarter.com campaign, and with your help, funding a series of four short films by Vincent Moon shot at the legendary All Tomorrow’s Parties music festival.
The films will offer a fan’s eye view of one of the most unique and uncompromising music events in the world, shot by one of music’s most original and independent filmmakers.
Kickstarter is a platform for crowd-funding creative ideas and ambitious endeavors. It is funded by an all-or-nothing funding method where projects must be fully funded, or no money changes hands. Projects include films, music, albums, and consumer products.
Rewards are given to those who contribute. The reward you receive is dependant on how much you give, but the amount you can give starts at $1.
How you can contribute
You can pledge anywhere from $1 to $5000, and you will receive special rewards for your contribution, from CD’s, DVD’s and Posters to film credits, festival tickets and your own personal film, made for you by Vincent Moon, anywhere in the world! CLICK HERE TO CONTRIBUTE.
The edit for his first stand-alone short film was completed last year and the footage for the next 3 short films is in the can. Please help us complete post-production so we can get the films out into the world for free (after an exclusive 3 month period where they’ll be available for contributors only).
With your help we will edit a further trilogy of short films (each one approx 30 minutes) in order to complete this unique project. Bands documented, and intended for the final films (subject to clearance) include Broken Social Scene, Explosions In The Sky, Four Tet, Animal Collective, The National, Saul Williams, Monotonix, Fantomas, Taraf De Haidouks, Teenage Jesus And The Jerks, Rahzel, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Afrirampo, Sleepy Sun and many others.
Thank you very much for your support, and please help us to create these films!
For more info, and to contribute, please click below:
VISIT KICKSTARTER PAGE.
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All Tomorrow’s Parties released in the following cinemas today:
The DVD (featuring exclusive bonus material from ATP Australia) will be released in Australia by Shock Entertainment on 22 July.
Keep updated with news about the release on the ATP film facebook page.
Warp Films announce theatrical & DVD release of All Tomorrow’s Parties in Australia
“A rousing, kaleidoscopic celebration of the seaside indie-rock festival”
“A dazzling experience that captures the hallucinatory magic of a unique festival”
Little White Lies
Warp Films proudly present the Australian theatrical release of their film All Tomorrow’s Parties. Opening in cinemas from 23 June 2011, this will then be followed by the DVD release in July.
All Tomorrow’s Parties is a kaleidoscopic journey into the parallel musical universe of the cult music festival of the same name. The film is a semi-found multi media bricolage shot by over two hundred filmmakers, fans and musicians over the festival’s recent history, with key contributions from co-director Jonathan Caouette (Tarnation) and cinematographer Vincent Moon (The Take Away Shows, Arcade Fire) and features amongst others:
Belle And Sebastian | Grizzly Bear | Sonic Youth | Battles | Portishead | Daniel Johnston | Grinderman | David Cross | Animal Collective | The Boredoms | Les Savy Fav | Mogwai | Slint | Yeah Yeah Yeahs | The Gossip | GZA | Seasick Steve | Iggy and the Stooges | F**k Buttons | Shellac | Patti Smith | John Cooper Clarke
Palace Nova Adelaide - Opening 23 June
Dendy Newtown Sydney - Opening 23 June
Tribal Theatre Brisbane - Opening 23 June
Cinema Nova Melbourne - Opening 23 June
For press notes, stills & Trailer: press.ourtrueintent.com
For more info visit: warp.net/films/atp
The All Tomorrow’s Parties film will screen as part of the Rock This Town film festival at Le Cinema Le Melies in Pau, France on the 25th May 2011 at 8pm. More info at the Cinema’s website.
From 3 to 8 June Moscow’s cinema hall 35mm will welcome the international Beat film festival featuring best music documentaries from all over the world. It is an absolutely unique project which will be interesting not only to music lovers but to all fans of quality cinema. The program is a mix of films that premiered at leading international film festivals like Sundance or Berlinale within the past two years. However none of the films have ever been screened in Russia before.
“All Tomorrow’s Parties” (UK, 2009) is also in the festival programme. The films tells a story of a kaleidoscopic journey into the parallel musical universe of cult music festival All Tomorrow’s Parties. In an out-of-season holiday camp on the coast of England, alternative music festival All Tomorrow’s Parties serves up a heady combination of alternative music, crazy golf and chalet-living; all curated by a single band or artist. This post-punk DIY bricolage uses material generated by the fans and musicians themselves, on a multitude of formats and over the history of ATP, to capture the uncompromising spirit of a parallel music universe.
Barry Hogan and Deborah Higgins will visit the Beat Film Festival on 7-9 June to present the film, and to meet Russian counter partners – various festival organisers, musicians, journalists - to tell more about ATP from inside.