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RESFEST|10 presents Radiohead

RESFEST|10 presents a very special screening of music videos from Radiohead at the National Film Theatre in London on Sunday November 19th.

The RESFEST press release tells us the following:

Radiohead have done more than most to break new film-making talent with their carefully constructed and always artful music videos. This year’s RESFEST special artist retrospective, Radiohead, the Visionaries: A Decade of Breaking New Talent, celebrates the British quintet’s proud history of championing the latest and greatest visual innovators. RESFEST are screening a hand-picked collection of clips from the past decade of this band’s highly distinctive body of film work. See classic videos from Jonathan Glazer (Street Spirit and Karma Police), Chris Hopewell (There, There) and Shynola (Pyramid Song). Fans of the Oxfordshire rockers will delight in this compilation with – No Surprises, Go To Sleep and Paranoid Android all there – and relish the rarities in this special programme: Monkey Hub’s animation for the acoustic Creep, the Kid A Computer’s Blips, videos from Radiohead TV, and several other surprises!

This is a rare chance to see all of your favourite classic and rare
Radiohead videos on the big screen. This screening is in association with Friends of the Earth’s ‘The Big Ask’ Campaign and all proceeds from ticket sales will go to the charity.

Don’t miss out…
Book tickets now:
www.resfest.co.uk
www.bfi.org.uk

And for those in Japan…

Resfest, one of the biggest digital film festivals in the world, celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, arriving at Laforet Museum in Harajuku, Tokyo, on Nov. 23-26.

“Radiohead — the Visionaries: A Decade of Breaking New Talent” starts at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 26 and includes an animation for an acoustic version of their breakthrough hit “Creep.”

Tickets for single screenings in Tokyo are 1,200 yen in advance (1,500 yen at the door). Day passes and a festival pass are also available.

The festival will tour Kyoto Art Complex 1928 (Dec. 1-3) and Kobe Art Village (Dec. 8-10). For the complete schedule, visit www.resfest.jp

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