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Seminal Scottish rock band Mogwai are thrilled to announce their first official live concert film release, Burning. The film, directed by Vincent Moon and Nathanael Le Scouarnac of the world-renowned La Blogotheque's Take-Away Shows, was shot at the band’s sold-out three-night residency at Brooklyn's Music Hall of Williamsburg in April 2009. These creative powerhouses in film and music have come together to produce something undeniably unique and mesmerizing, grabbing the audience from the first opening seconds and never letting go. The 45-minute film presents itself as a modern urban noir thriller, a black-and-white journey, starting on the same electrifying New York streets Bernard Hermann scored for Martin Scorsese. Manholes hiss steam, taxi headlights flare in the camera lens and strangers wait in street corner shadows. Moon and Le Scouarnec call their film an "experience of the senses… a lifetime of feelings in just one night."
FRET IN YOUR FACE!!!
Film Noire. Black and White portrays the feeling of Brooklyn at night. Edgy, Raw and Alive. Just Maybe, Better than being there!
that lasts forever.
We Are Stars
Me and two of my friends were at the final show of the residency and we had an ideal spot right in front of Stuart. My friend watched this and saw that we were in many shots. We are psyched. That's why I wanted to be up front because I knew they were filming, and lo and behold, we made it on the final cut of the film.