Musician and cultural icon Nick Cave returns to the big screen for one night only in Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ One More Time with Feeling. Directed by Andrew Dominik, the feature film will provide audiences with an exclusive opportunity to hear Cave’s highly-anticipated new album, Skeleton Tree, ahead of its global release the following day. Set to screen on 8 September, it intimately captures the writing and creation of the band’s 16th studio album, with a tragic and personal backdrop.
Filmed in black-and-white and colour, and both 3D and 2D, One More Time with Feeling interweaves performance footage and interview snippets with Cave’s sporadic narration and ruminations. A stark and fragile piece of work, it reflects upon the record’s disembodied sound, as well as a sense of emotional paralysis experienced by the musician following the death of his son. A collaborative project, the film was conceived as an alternative way to interact with audiences, away from the constraints of a traditional interview, and perhaps as a means in which to begin moving forwards.
Shown in 150 venues across the UK and Ireland, and more than 850 cinemas worldwide, this cinematic event celebrates the completion of a pivotal album. Screening venues across the country include National Media Museum; Hyde Park Picture House; Chapter Arts Centre Cardiff; Showroom Sheffield; City Screen York; Glasgow Film Theatre; Filmhouse Edinburgh; HOME Manchester; Everyman Bristol; QUAD Derby, Curzon Soho; ICA; and The Barbican, London.
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, One More Time with Feeling, 8 September, cinemas worldwide.
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Skeleton Tree, 9 September, released worldwide on vinyl, CD and digital platforms.
Find out more: www.nickcave.com.
Watch the trailer: http://smarturl.it/NCATBSwebsite.
1.Still, One More Time with Feeling, 2016.