The London based band will present an hour of cinema, ranging from short films and documentaries to promos they have made over the past year. The films will be soundtracked completely live by Breton and a string quartet. To make the event even more special they announced this call:
"Since we put this band together and toured our album, we have been astounded by how many of you are amazing film makers, editors, animators, and sound designers. We are constantly sent amazing pieces of work by film makers from around the world, and have been waiting for a chance to give one of these artists the platform they deserve to show their work somewhere amazing… Somewhere like the London Short Film Festival at the BFI.
So heres where we want your help:
This show is about the album we made, the people we worked with, and the places we have seen, it is about our band as a whole, and a huge part of that is you guys. We want to collaborate with you on a specially made piece. You provide the film, and we'll provide the soundtrack. It doesn't matter if it is a documentary you made about a local butcher you filmed on your phone, or a home video you made when you visited Peru, a CGI animation, or a 4 min tripod shot of your own face - we want to see your films. The one that blows us away the most, and that we feel could work with the show, will be soundtracked by us LIVE at the BFI cinema in London, with a string quartet on January the 11th. This offer is open to everybody, regardless of their location, technical ability, or budget. It costs nothing to enter, we don't want any money, we just want to show off some of the incredibly talented people that we have met through this music."
If you want to be part of their show pass by the Breton side to find out where to deliver your work.
If you just want to come by to watch and listen buy a ticket here - the capacity will be limited.