Screening of No Cameras Allowed and Discussion with Director, Marcus Haney
Headliner Members and Above
Jan 19 , 2016 Doors: 6:30pm Show: 7:00PM
Please contact the Membership Department by calling 213.763.2112 or via email at [email protected]. Space is limited and there is a four-ticket limit per membership. This is a first-come, first-served event.
Headliner Members and above, please join us for a discussion with film director, Marcus Haney and a screening of No Cameras Allowed, a documentary about a college kid that jumps a fence into a music festival and steals the dream of a lifetime. With no money for tickets, Marcus Haney does everything from outrun security guards to pose as a press photographer in order to see his favorite bands at music festivals all over the world. The story, as seen through Marcus' camera, takes us on a first person, unfiltered adventure into Coachella, Bonnaroo, Glastonbury, Ultra and other festivals as he finesses his way into the photo pit, backstage, and onstage of the biggest music acts alive, including Jay Z, Coldplay, Skrillex, and Mumford & Sons. When his footage ends up in the hands of Mumford & Sons, the band invites Marcus to go with them on a tour across America by vintage train. His dream of touring with Mumford & Sons, however, comes at the risk of failing out of college, losing his girlfriend, and trading in stability for a precarious life on the road. No Cameras Allowed is an intimate, honest, behind the scenes look at world-renowned artists from the perspective of someone who was never really invited, but was always asked to stay.
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