Vincent Moon & Efterklang Want YOU (Yes, You) To Host A Screening Of “An Island”

News about An Island trickled into the blogosphere in small doses: in November 2010, Efterklang and Vincent Moon announced that they were working on a film together, to be premiered in February 2011; in December we were told that Efterklang will bring An Island with them on their 2011 European tour.

Now, Efterklang and Vincent Moon are welcoming all of their listeners and followers to host their own premiere screenings of An Island- people can sign up to host a screening, to be held between February 1st and March 31st.

Efterklang and Vincent Moon call these screenings Private-Public Screenings, and the rules are very simple:
•    The screenings need to have free entrance.
•    The screenings need to be public.
•    The screenings need to have a minimum capacity of 5 people.
•    The screenings need to be verified by Efterklang & Vincent Moon, and only screenings that are featured are official Private Public Screenings.

An Island is an unconventional mixture of performance film and abstract documentary- about both a band and an island. Last summer, French filmmaker Vincent Moon and Efterklang’s 8 piece-live band met up on an island off the Danish coast. The objective was to shoot a film: a film with the same length as an album, and a film full of performances, experiments, and collaborations. Over an intense period of 4 days, Efterklang collaborated with more than 200 local musicians, creating new performances and interpretations of songs from their album Magic Chairs- filmed in its entirety by Moon.

For an updated list of the current and future Official Screenings and Private-Public Screenings of An Island, visit:

Be sure to check out the third teaser for An Island here:


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