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PROGRAM - Special Focus - Michael WINTERBOTTOM: The Filmmaker across the Boundaries

Michael WINTERBOTTOM: The Filmmaker across the Boundaries

On the Road

DIRECTOR Michael WINTERBOTTOM Michael WINTERBOTTOM: The Filmmaker across the Boundaries구분없음
Nation UK 2016120minDCPcolor Fiction
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An intimate look at life on the road for the band Wolf Alice as they tour Great Britain.

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
323 2017. 04. 30 14:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 5
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654 2017. 05. 03 20:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 1
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914 2017. 05. 06 13:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 2
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  • Review

    Winterbottom’s recent work. The story focuses on an alternative rock band of four called Wolf Alice from North London. The documentary captures performances from other bands of the same age and what happens behind the scenes. There is no special meaning or conflict throughout the film, but clearly shows the life of a musician. Winterbottom has already dealt with similar topics in the past, but this film displays a refreshingly candid style of directing. The hottest emerging band that currently represents London with its unique Northern style music, Wolf Alice recently participated in the soundtrack of T2: Trainspotting. The film portrays their hard work and love for music. They fill their days with music and the film follows their tracks. Thanks to the director, he strives to make the subjects and the editing pace fall into line. [Lee Sang-yong]

  • Credit

    Director Michael WINTERBOTTOM
    Producer Melissa PARMENTER, Anthony WILCOX
    Editor Marc RICHARDSON
    Cast James MCARDLE, Leah HARVEY, Wolf ALICE



Born in UK. His work for television includes The Magic Lantern-a documentary based on Ingmar Bergman’s autobiography, which won the Best Documentary Prize at Valladolid Film Festival; Forget About Me, Under the Sun?shown at the Turin and London Film Festivals, which won the Prix Europa and was BAFTA nominated. His first feature was Butterfly Kiss, which was selected for Competition at Berlinale in 1995.