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Our series of films commissioned by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds to accompany the comprehensive re-issue of the band’s influential catalogue will be screened at Cinecity, The Brighton Film Festival, this December.

Eeach 40-minute film features a compelling collage of the famous, infamous and unknown talking directly to camera about what the songs mean to them. The result is a determinedly human portrait of a unique body of work produced by the band over the last 25 years, told through those who have lived and loved the music.

The films feature current and former Bad Seeds including Kid Congo Powers, Warren Ellis, Jim Sclavunos, Rowland S. Howard, Blixa Bargeld, Mick Harvey, Hugo Race, Barry Adamson, Martyn Casey, James Johnston, Thomas Wydler. Other participants include the producer Flood, film director John Hillcoat, Primal Scream’s Bobby Gillespie, photographers Bleddyn Butcher and Polly Borland, Suicide’s Alan Vega, writer Simon Reynolds, Yeah Yeah Yeah’s guitarist Nick Zinner, Dave Gahan and Martin Gore from Depeche Mode, journalist Matt Snow, Mudhoney’s Mark Arm, artist Martin Creed, Mute’s Daniel Miller, Mick Turner from Dirty Three and actor Noah Taylor, alongside many others.

The films screen on Friday 2 and Saturday 3 December, 12 noon – 5pm at the University of Brighton Gallery. Admission is free.

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