Warp Films announce theatrical & DVD release of All Tomorrow’s Parties in Australia

Posted in Screenings on June 8th, 2011 by admin – 1 Comment

Warp Films announce theatrical & DVD release of All Tomorrow’s Parties in Australia

A rousing, kaleidoscopic celebration of the seaside indie-rock festival”

Time Out

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

Theatrical Screenings:

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:

For more info visit:

All Tomorrow’s Parties to screen at Rock This Town festival, Pau, France

Posted in Screenings on April 18th, 2011 by admin – 1 Comment

Rock This Town

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.

More International DVD release dates and Screenings confirmed

Posted in Screenings on April 14th, 2010 by admin – 29 Comments

1.  Digital Release via Warp Film Store

The Warp Film Store now has DRM-free downloads available, which are scaled to fit any device. The All Tomorrow’s Parties film is available now from

2.  The film will have a special screening at the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-sea on Sunday, April 25th at 8pm. For more information see this link:

3.  International DVD release dates

Following it’s theatrical release the DVD will be out in Germany APRIL 16th via Rapid Eye distribution.  The DVD is out in Italy on April 30th. The film will be released throughout Scandinavia this Summer via Nonstop Entertainment with a DVD release in September.   Finally the film will be released in Australia by Madman - watch this space for dates….

4. New Festival dates include…

12th February - 6th May - Ambulante Film Festival, Mexico
7th - 17th April - Festival Nemo, France
8th - 18th April - Titanic Budapest Film Festival, Hungary
10th April -  Musarama in Turku,  Finland
20th -25th April - Crossing Europe, Austria
20th -25th April - B-EST IFF, Romania
22nd April - 3rd May - Indielisboa, Portugal
23rd April - Sperm Festival, CZ
27th April - RETINAS, Barcelona, SPAIN *
29th April - Song & Dance Men, Switzerland
6th May - MediaWave Festival, Szombathely, HUNGARY *
7th - 16th May - Planete Doc Review, Poland
8th May - RETINAS, MADRID, Spain *
15th May - Museo Nazionale del Cinema, Turin, ITALY *
15th May - Modem Museum, Debrecen, HUNGARY
22nd July - 1st August - ERA New Horizons, Poland
5th - 8th August - Off Festival, Poland
29th October-7th November - Internacional de Cine de Cali, Colombia

The film will also screen at Pecs, HUNGARY (date tbc) and at Cinema Obolo in Switzerland (May/June).

* Theatrical screenings for European DVD Release

New worldwide festival screenings confirmed for ATP film

Posted in Screenings on February 5th, 2010 by admin – 2 Comments

Please see below for newly announced film festivals that will be hosting screenings of the All Tomorrow’s Parties film, along with links to more information where available.

1. Ambulante Film Festival, Mexico // 12th February - 6th May //

2. Film Festival Breda, Netherlands // 24th - 28th March //

3. Festival Nemo, France // 7th - 17th April //

4. Song & Dance Men, Switzerland // April //

5. Indie Lisboa, Portugal // 22nd April - 3rd May

6. Festival Internacional de Cine de Cali, Colombia // 27th October - 7th November //

ALL TOMORROW’S PARTIES screenings this weekend - CHICAGO (with Pitchfork) and a return to IFC NEW YORK

Posted in Screenings on November 17th, 2009 by admin – 21 Comments

On Friday night Pitchfork will host the Chicago premiere at 11.30pm, click here for info.

The film has been held over for another weekend of midnight screenings at the IFC in New York - catch it if you can by clicking here for tickets.

ATP New York - Midnight Screenings this weekend!

Posted in Screenings on November 12th, 2009 by admin – 29 Comments

ALL TOMORROW’S PARTIES the movie can be seen at MIDNIGHT SCREENINGS at the IFC NEW YORK this weekend;
Friday 13th and Saturday 14th November at 323 Sixth Avenue at West Third Street, NY.

Tickets at:

Friday’s screening will be introduced by co-director Jonathan Caouette (Tarnation)

‘HUGELY ENJOYABLE’, 4 stars, Mojo
‘UTTERLY THRILLING’ - Drowned in Sound

ATP screening at Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival

Posted in Screenings on November 5th, 2009 by admin – Be the first to comment

All Tomorrow’s Parties is confirmed to play at the 2009 Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival. It will play on the 6th, 11th and 14th November in the festival strand named Konkurrence: Sound And Vision.

For information on screening locations and times check out the CPH:DOX 2009 website.

New US Cinema screenings and Worldwide festival dates - updated with Chicago screenings!

Posted in Screenings on October 30th, 2009 by admin – Be the first to comment

Fresh from the fantastic UK tour of the ATP film, we are happy to announce some special US theatrical screenings just confirmed:

First up the film will play at the world renowned Alamo Drafthouse in Austin on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th November. Tickets are on sale now, click here to buy. Next up on the 13th and 14th November the film will play at the IFC in New York. Tickets are on sale now from this link. We also have a special event to be announced with Cinefamily in Los Angeles on December 1st, keep an eye out for more details on that.

Update: In Chicago the film will play at the Facets Cinematheque. The screening is co-hosted by Pitchfork Media and will take place on November 20  at 11:30 pm.

We also have yet more film festival screening dates:

Sao Paulo - Mostra (Brazil), 23rd Oct-5th Nov -
Mar Del Plata (Argentina), 6th-16th Nov -
Cucalorus (USA), 12th Nov - click for details
Britspotting (Germany), 14th Nov - click for details
Sensurround (Sweden), 16th-22nd Nov - click for details
Rotterdam (Netherlands), 27th Jan-7th Feb - click for details

Bristol Screening tonight / new ICA screenings from Friday / Thank you

Posted in Contributors, Screenings on October 28th, 2009 by admin – Be the first to comment

For anyone who missed the London Forum screening there’s a final chance to see the film on the big screen in London at the ICA from this Friday. For screening times and tickets -

The film also plays the Bristol Watershed tonight (film only) -

A massive thank you to everyone who showed up for the screening tour of the film!

More news on the DVD release coming this week….


Posted in Screenings, Video on October 26th, 2009 by admin – Be the first to comment

After sold out Manchester and Glasgow shows we’re excited that the tour finally arrives in London tonight. Stargreen are sold out but a limited amount of tickets are available from Wegottickets See, Gigantic and Bleep.

Click here to buy!

We’ll be holding back an allocation for the door as well.

Doors are from 7pm, the film starts at 8.15pm sharp with Les Savy Fav taking the stage at 10pm

The film screening will be seated, and the LSF show is standing. Whether you’re seated upstairs or downstairs for the film you can move about the venue freely for the Les Savy Fav show.

Check out some images below and video from the show in Manchester on Friday on this link: