“A visionary collaboration between Mogwai and La Blogotheque directors
Vincent Moon and Nathanael Le Scouarnac”: on your computer screen July 27 for
one showing only.
By Blurt Staff
Awhile back we filled you in on the upcoming Mogwai concert
documentary Burning, due on DVD Aug.
24 and to be accompanied by a slew of screenings in August and September. Before it hits the big screen, it will be available for
fans to watch on a smaller screen – directly on your computer, world-wide. On July 27th, Burning will be streaming live on websites and blogs via
Ustream in real time.
This special screening will happen just
once, at 12pm PST/3pm EST, on July 27 – that’s this coming Tuesday.
Directly following the
screening, Mogwai’s Stuart Braithwaite and director Vincent Moon will be answering
fan submitted questions about the film offering fans an opportunity to interact
directly with the masterminds behind this creative project.
A full list
of current 40+ participating websites are available on Mogwai.co.uk and also listed below.
Meanwhile, watch for the next print issue of BLURT,
due in September. We’ll have a story about the film along with an interview
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