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Dear fellow Nick Cave fan – We need your help!

We are currently making a short film using music by Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds. The film is called ‘The Outing’, and in short the film it is the result of what happens, when two artists cross swords, that is, when Nick Cave’s soundtrack, Hallelujah, is mixed with real film and the unique doll animations of sculptor Helene Kjeldsen.
In a few days we’ll launch our film project on the crowdfunding siteIndiegogo.com and by that time we will need as many supporters, followers and funders as possible.

Will you please help us and share this link for our film project on your site??https://www.facebook.com/theouting

It would mean the world to us! And if you have any further questions, you’re more than welcome to contact us.

Looking forward to your answer!

Best regards

Julie
COPENHAGEN FILM COMPANY

Alison Nastasi has published ’14 Fascinating Nick Cave Collaborations’ at Flavorwire: http://flavorwire.com/416468/14-fascinating-nick-cave-collaborations/view-all/

 

 

Nick Cave has donated a signed self-portrait to a charity auction in Brighton, England. The Rotary Club auction raises funds for the Martlets Hospice. The auction presumably takes place this week, but The Argus doesn’t say.

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‘Red Right Hand’ has been used in a new commercial for the Barossa Valley wine region in South Australia. Source: The Herald Sun.

Taken directly from Screen Daily:

FILM4.0

The next film on the Film4.0 slate after Ben Wheatley’s A Field in England is documentary 20,000 Days on Earth.

Already shooting, the doc explores “creativity and man’s fight against time” through Nick Cave’s 20,000th day on Earth.

“It’s a love letter to creativity and a portrait of the man behind the myth,” says Film4.0’s Anna Higgs.

Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard will direct with James Wilson and Dan Bowen producing and Pulse Films executive-producing.

http://www.screendaily.com/news/arnold-meadows-considine-lead-film4-slate/5054802.article?blocktitle=Latest-News&contentID=1846

 
  • Alexis Petridis, ‘Nick Cave: “The greatest feat of artistic honesty would be to retire”‘ (The Guardian, 15 Feb 2013)
  • Simon Cosyns, ‘I’ve never done a bad record where it all goes down the toilet: Nick Cave on his latest album’ (The Sun, 15 Feb 2013)

This is currently being used to promote SBS’s Saturday night film timeslot. Source: mUmBRELLA