One More Time With Feeling
ONE MORE TIME WITH FEELING DIRECTED BY ANDREW DOMINIK FEATURING NICK CAVE AND THE BAD SEEDS
“…as a film, as a piece of storytelling, as a document of a time in the life of one of rock’s greatest artists, it is a sad but major triumph.” Shakenstir
“An undeniably moving contemplation of shattering loss… a tremendously moving collage.” The Guardian
The phenomenal global response to Andrew Dominik’s ‘One More Time with Feeling’ sees this extraordinary film return to cinemas for one more run on 1st December 2016.
Already seen by more than 125,000 people worldwide on one day - many at sold out screenings - ‘One More Time with Feeling’ is a remarkable 3D black-and-white documentary which chronicles the creation of Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds’ new album ‘Skeleton Tree’.
Originally a performance based concept, the film evolved into something much more significant as Dominik delved into the tragic backdrop of the writing and recording of the album. The result is stark, fragile and raw, and a true testament to an artist trying to find his way through the darkness.
This unique and now widely lauded film premiered at The Venice Film festival on 5th September, followed by screenings on 8th September in 950 cinemas across 30 countries in what was intended to be a one day screening.
The film returns to the big screen on 1st December for one more run in cinemas wordwide.
There will also be opportunity to crowd-source additional screenings where possible, more information to follow.
One of the most critically acclaimed acts working today Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have sold over 5 million albums worldwide to date. Their influence has been profound and far-reaching and they remain one of the most powerful and exciting acts in the world. ‘Skeleton Tree’ - their 16th studio album - released the day after the film’s premiere - charted at number 1 in 8 countries with a further 11 top 5’s and numerous top 20 positions. The album gained the band their highest ever position in the UK: 2 (OCC) and US: 27 (Billboard).
On ‘Skeleton Tree’
“What makes this album so significant is that it does something that few artists do anymore - tell us something about them. This exposes thoughts and emotions in a vivid soundscape and is untouched by any of the modern PR want for exposure and radio hunger for meaninglesss disposable listening.” ***** Shakenstir
“A masterpiece of love and devastation” ***** The Guardian
“Breathtakingly beautiful” ***** The Evening Standard
“A beautiful, shatteringly visceral portrait of grief” ***** The Independent
“A Masterpiece” ***** NME
“An extraordinary piece of work” ***** Mojo
“A melancholic masterpiece” ***** The Telegraph
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