Wednesday, November 26, 2008

30 Century Man

The Scott Walker documentary 30 Century Man is finally making its way to theatres in the US. It begins a run at the IFC Center in New York on December 17 and will also play at Landmark Cinemas in Berkeley and San Francisco starting January 23, 2009. Other cities are still being sorted out. I'm crossing my fingers for LA! If you're interested in seeing the film in a theatre near you, check out this post from director Stephen Kijak.

For those unable to make it to a screening, the critically acclaimed film is scheduled to be released on DVD by Plexifilm in Spring '09.

In other Scott Walker news, a tribute album is in the works to coincide with the US release of the film. Artists signed up for the project include Saint Etienne, Dot Allison, Damon & Naomi, Laurie Anderson, Ulrich Schnauss, The Duke Spitit. Sounds like it'll be great.

Watch the trailer for 30 Century Man:

4 comments:

SK said...

Thanks for the shout out Joseph! And you are in luck - NuArt in Los Angeles just gave us a week lock starting Feb 27. Plans for a celebratory Weekend of Walker are now in the works for LA. Tell the faithful to go to www.scottwalkerfilm.com and sign the mailing list for email updates - or keep an eye on our myspace page.

"We Came Through!"

SK

Phil said...

You're alive! I do like a bit of Scott Walker. He was so unique. I got onto him through Marc Almond, many moons ago....

Joseph said...

I am alive indeed. I've been so bad about posting but I hope to revive myself a bit. I got into him through Marc as well. His cover of Big Louise is so great!

Will D-J said...

nicole atkins and the parlor mob are doing a cover of the seventh seal for the album as well