All Tomorrow’s Parties DVD Available Now
Added on 09th November 2009

The acclaimed Warp films documentary about the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival is now available on DVD and featured in Time Out’s Best of 09’ list as well as being NME’s No. 2 DVD of 2009.

As well as featuring footage of Belle and Sebastian from the very first event to be held at the Camber Sands’ holiday camp (The Bowlie Weekender), it documents the subsequent events through the eyes of the fans and organisers, with footage of Animal Collective, Grizzly Bear, Sonic Youth, Mogwai, Portishead and many others.

More information and a link to buy the DVD online can be found here.

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