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 curator by a single band or artist.
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I liked the way that it was basically an avant-garde montage of clips rather than a standard documentary (really suitable for the music it's depicting). I kinda wished that there were longer performance clips, but I think it succeded in showing how fucking awesome the festival is and makes me want to go!
I've blogged about it in its entirety here: http://niklasblog.com/?p=5074
It’s directed by Jonathan Caouette and the festival-goers, most of which contributed film and stills when ATP asked for it, mostly for this documentary. It’s notably also shot by Vincent Moon, who’s done a lot of Take Away Shows, where he’s filmed quasi-famous bands performing their songs (mostly acoustic sets) on the streets.