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Glastonbury the Movie is a 1996 documentary film about the Glastonbury Festivalmarker produced and directed by William Beaton, Robin Mahoney and Matthew Salkeld.

About the film

Glastonbury the Movie is the second film made of the Glastonbury Festival after 1971's Glastonbury Fayre. Like the earlier film, it mixes footage of bands playing (though no footage of any acts playing the festivals Pyramid Stage are shown) and scenes of festival goers. However unlike the earlier film there is an attempt to string a narrative together featuring various groups of people or individuals.

The film was shot at the 1993, festival. The film is structured into telling the story of the festival day by day from the Friday through Saturday and finishing on the Sunday.

The film was released in 1996.

In the summer of 2007 Glastonbury the Movie was released as a DVD box-set with 13 hours of video and over 24 hours of audio. At the time of filming, mindful of emerging multimedia technologies the makers documented several extensions of the stories touched on in the film as well as recording the entire sets of the acts featured.

Bands featured in the film include:

Additional performances on the DVD box-set include:

and extended appearances from The Lemonheads, Omar, The Orb, Spiritualized, Roy Harper, The Verve, Perry Farrell / Porno For Pyros, Back To The Planet, Chuck Prophet, Airto Moreira, Evan Dando, Louise Goffin, Andy Guithrie, Ozric Tentacles, Kickshaw, McKoy, Si Begg, The Co-Creators, Cristian Vogel, Dr Didg, The Filberts, X-Productions, Bender, Charlie Creed-Miles, Dexter Fletcher

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