Help Fund new ATP short film project from Vincent Moon

By 04 October, 2011

If you’re a regular reader to this site you’ll know that we’re big fans of Vincent Moon, especially his Petites Planetes project and the trip he made with Lulacruza across Colombia. Well, along with Warp Films, he has recently launched a Kickstarter campaign raising money for a new project, From ATP, featuring four short films about ATP (otherwise known as All Tomorrow’s Parties or “the best damn festival in England!”)

The films will offer a fan’s eye view of the All Tomorrow’s Parties festivities, one of the most unique festival experiences to be had and one that is slowly taking over the world. With Vincent behind the camera I’m sure this will be one of the best chance to truly get a feeling for what ATP is all about without actually being there.

You can contribute by pledging anywhere from $1 to $5000, and you will receive a variety of rewards for your contribution, from CD’s, DVD’s and Posters to film credits, festival tickets and your own personal film, made for you by Vincent Moon, anywhere in the world!

The edit for Vincent’s first stand-alone short film was completed last year and the footage for the next 3 short films is in the can. By contributing to this campaign you will help complete post-production so that the films can get out into the world for free (after an exclusive 3 month period where they’ll be available for contributors only).

With your help we will edit a further trilogy of short films (each one approx 30 minutes) in order to complete this unique project. Bands documented, and intended for the final films (subject to clearance) include Broken Social Scene, Explosions In The Sky, Four Tet, Animal Collective, The National, Saul Williams, Monotonix, Fantomas, Taraf De Haidouks, Teenage Jesus And The Jerks, Rahzel, the Yeah Yeah
Yeahs, Afrirampo, Sleepy Sun and many others.

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