Efterklang’s ‘An Island’ Reaches 1,000 Private-Public Screenings Worldwide


Danish outfit Efterklang and director Vincent Moon released An Island, a 50 minute experimental music film, with the modest goal of creating a communal experience between music lovers. Never did they expect the film to take on such a life, traveling around the U.S., Europe, Africa, Japan and so on. The premise is simple for ‘An Island,’ the screening needs a minimum five viewers, free entry, and the host must sign up here. Once the screening has been approved, anyone in the area can request to be invited to the screening. A picture must be taken and sent to Efterklang of the screening party. To view over 200 photos, click here. To view possible screenings in your area, go here.

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