Thursday, March 30, 2006

Glastonbury, the movie

As some of you may be aware, The Glastonbury Festival has been a bit of a centrepiece of the last four summers I've had in the UK. Sadly (but understandably), there's no activity in the Vale of Avalon this year (which begs the question, where will the Scrumpy bus guy get rid of his excess production)?

Micahel Eavis commissioned JulienTemple to produce a film about the festival in 2002, the first year of "superfence". Eavis was worried that the fence could destroy the unique atmosphere of Glastonbury, making it the last year. He was wrong, Glastonbury has survived, and the film is about to be released in Britain.

Here's a preview of the film from The Observer.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Scrumpy bus should come to Roskilde!