This unique and intimate event will see Philip Selway (Radiohead) perform his new single, with the premier screening of a newly commissioned music video by Rammatik. The event features as part of this year’s 10th anniversary Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival.
Back in Spring, NFM called out to creatives to pitch for the chance to create a new music video in collaboration with musician Philip Selway for his forthcoming single It Will End in Tears. Experimental filmmakers Rannvá Káradóttir and Marianna Mørkøre – collectively known as Rammatik – were the duo selected. Commissioned with the support of Northumberland County Council, Rammatik have been filming the video over the Summer, capturing the region’s wild landscape in their customary Super 8 format.
The music video will be premiered during the event with live accompaniment from Philip Selway, who will perform a short set from his latest album, Weatherhouse.
The evening will also feature a Q&A with Selway and Rammatik, and will close with a DJ and video set.
When: Saturday 20 September, 9.30pm – 12.00am
Where: The Maltings Theatre and Cinema, Eastern Ln, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, TD15 1AJ
Tickets are priced only £3.50 and are available from Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival’s website. Click here to buy. Please note that only 120 places are available.
As the events ends after the last public transport has finished NFM will be running a coach from Berwick to Newcastle Central Station. Only 40 places are available and places must be pre-booked. Tickets are priced £2 + online booking fee. Click here to book.
About About Philip Selway’s Album Weatherhouse
Four years after the unexpected and exquisite treat that was Philip Selway’s debut album Familial, the man formerly known only as the drummer of Radiohead returns with his sophomore record, Weatherhouse. The album’s talismanic qualities explore a world of hope and plans, connection and disconnection – between family, friends and self – and dreams and fears. As Selway puts it: “I love records that you can almost live in, where the songs become talismans that you take to heart. That’s what I was trying to create in Weatherhouse.” With its emotional frankness, haunting melodies and gripping tension, Selway has made a great artistic leap and created something that even the most experienced singer-songwriters would be proud of.
Rannvá Káradóttir and Marianna Mørkøre are Rammatik – a London-based Faroese film duo working at the forefront of artistic filmmaking. With an experimental approach they have developed a distinctive visual identity, winning international recognition and awards. Filmography: Murmu (2014); Karmok (2012); Marran (2011); Irra (2011); Amohr (2011); Magma (2010); Memotekið (2009).