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Efterklang Wants You To Host a Screening of Their Movie The Ghost of Piramida

By: Spacelab Research Staff
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February 4, 2013

Hey you ... yeah, YOU buddy, reading this right now. The indie pop band Efterklang from Denmark wants you to host a screening of their movie The Ghost of Piramida. It's a great film, it was chosen as one the three best music films of the years at the acclaimed IDFA Film Festival in Amsterdam annd portrays the band on a trip into the ghost town Piramida on Spitsbergen. It's by the North Pole and is a documentary of Efterklang gathering sounds on an "audio treasure hunt" as it was put together and edited by director Andreas Koefoed.

The band is on a push to get the film working around the globe, and they're opting for a grass roots approach by asking people to host private screenings of the film. The only requirements are that its free, public, have at least 5 people and not be for commercial use ... meaning you can't make money from it.

Or, as Efterklang puts it "In other words, as long as the host is a private person, entrance is free and it is an open event (as capacity permits) the Private-Public Screenings can take place at a home, at a café, in a school auditorium - basically, anywhere. Those planning to host screenings in their own homes will be able to have full control over who can attend."

Find out more at www.theghostofpiramida.com and look for screenings near you.

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