If you’ve ever attended one of their events across the globe you’ll know that the All Tomorrow’s Parties festivals and gigs are all about two
Asides, Documentary, Music
We may have mentioned once or twice how much we loved the Vincent Moon / Efterklang collaboration An Island and with it hitting over 1,200 Private-Public
Is it possible that there are other filmmakers working as hard as Vincent Moon? If he’s not documenting Efterklang’s return to the island of Als,
In the many years I’ve been attending gigs since being introduced to the wonders of live music, an unwritten rule of etiquette has persisted; in the warm
The weekends can be just as hard as the week, so here’s some beautiful music shot by Derrick Belcham and Vincent Moon of The Luyas playing from within a
Teaser number 3 for the Efterklang / Vincent Moon An Island collaboration is here, along with news that the afore mentioned screening dates won’t
Vincent Moon along with the Argentinean-Colombian duo Lulacruza are coming together to create a new film that documents a series of travels through Colombia to
Whilst detailed information remains as elusive as before, we do at least now have a second teaser for the Efterklang / Vincent Moon collaboration An Island,
I have no info on this outside of what’s included in the teaser description: Three months ago in August 2010, French filmmaker Vincent Moon and
At this point, do I even have to state just how much love we have here at DN for the artist who goes by the name of Vincent Moon? Or how discovering his
If you’re into Music, love short films and regularly visit Directors Notes, then it’s more than likely you’ve seen (or at least heard of) the
DN learns how French director Vincent Moon re-defined live music filmmaking, mutating it into exhilarating performance documentaries of the moment.
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