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09 Oct 2019, 20:59 
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23 Oct 2019, 22:49 
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Depeche Mode: SPIRITS In The Forest

Special Features: Preview, Q&A

Advised 15

Mayfair

Screen: Screen 1

Wed 30/10/2019

6:10 PM

£1 booking fee charged per online transaction. Curzon Members don't pay booking fees.

Director Anton Corbijn joins us for a Q&A, hosted by Edith Bowman. Wednesday 30 October 6.10pm | Curzon Mayfair.

Across 2017/2018 Depeche Mode embarked on their Global Spirit Tour, in which they performed to more than 3 million fans at 115 shows across the globe. This new visually-striking film, directed by award-winning filmmaker and longtime artistic collaborator Anton Corbijn, captures the energy and spectacle of the band's performance from the tour along with a deeper look into how their music and shows have been woven into the fabric of their fans' lives.

Through the deeply emotional stories of six special Depeche Mode fans, the film shows not only how and why the band's popularity and relevance has continued to grow over the course of their career, but provides a unique look into music's incredible power to build communities, enable people to overcome adversity, and create connections across the boundaries of language, location, gender, age, and circumstance.

Artfully shot and expertly edited, Depeche Mode: SPIRITS in the Forest goes beyond the typical concert film, weaving together exhilarating musical performances, filmed at the final shows of the Global Spirit Tour in Berlin's famed Waldbuhne ("Forest Stage"), with intimate documentary footage filmed in fans' hometowns across the globe.

Director: Anton Corbijn

Starring: Depeche Mode

Running Time: 80 minutes

Certificate: Advised 15

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26 Oct 2019, 20:56 
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30 Oct 2019, 19:47 
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Depeche Mode 'Spirits in the Forest' November 21, 2019

Introducing Carine, the first of the six fans from Spirits In The Forest. Spirits in the Forest, in theatres worldwide November 21.

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31 Oct 2019, 20:51 
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30 October 2019 : Tonight during the Q&A Anton confirmed that he is working on a book on Depeche Mode which will be released next year. He also confirmed that the full length film of the concert from Waldbuhne will also be released next year.

Setlist:

Precious
A Pain That I´m used to
Cover me
Enjoy The Silence
Personal Jesus
Never Let Me Down Again
Everything Counts
Just Can't Get Enough
Where´s The Revolution
Heroes

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DEPECHE MODE - SPIRITS IN THE FOREST, CURZON MAYFAIR, 30th OCTOBER 2019

Ahead of its release on 21 November, last night the Curzon Mayfair in London hosted a preview of the film followed by a Q&A with its director Anton Corbijn. Thanks to my Halo co-author Kevin May I was able to attend and I have to say that I really enjoyed the film. It's not a Depeche Mode concert film by any stretch of the imagination, in fact it's barely a Depeche Mode film at all. This is something very different for Depeche Mode.

As well as being there with the ultimate aim of writing this reveiw, I was also there on duty for Home because I was interviewing two of the fans who star in the film, Daniel Cassus and Cristian Flueraru. I had a very interesting chat with both of them which remains under wraps until it features on Home.

To the film then. If you are expecting to go along and see 90 minutes of live footage, you're going to be disappointed. The two Waldbuhne gigs in Berlin are the film's focal point certainly, but only in the sense that the fans' stories are told in the lead up to the gigs, with all six finally meeting up in Berlin. The gigs are more a backdrop than anything else. What we get instead is a very enjoyable and, in parts, moving film that highlights just how much of a role Depeche Mode play in people's lives. We all have our own similar stories about when we first fell in love with the band and how their music resonates throughout events in our lives, but if we tried to tell that tale ourselves, we'd quickly bore everyone around us - I can speak from personal experience there.

The film thankfully avoids that trap. The fans' stories are intriguingly told, interweaving as they approach Berlin where we see them all together enjoying the last two shows of the Global Spirit Tour. I enjoyed each story and the approach of letting the fans tell the tale rather than relying on the band's live performance is a bold move but one that works. The film is almost more of a documentary in places. I won't reveal any of the stories as you'll want to see them yourself. This isn't 101 part 2 either. It's much more personal. Contemplative rather than a month long bus party.

There is of course no Depeche Mode film without Depeche Mode and footage from both Waldbuhne gigs pops up throughout the film. As I mentioned above, this isn't a concert film and I was initially surprised at how little Depeche we saw. As the film progresses however, you notice that less and less. What footage there is serves as a reminder of how good those gigs were. There isn't actually a full song in the film - instead we have excerpts of songs, some longer than others. The live footage is shot in a very un Anton way too. We see the band in all their ragged glory, close up and personal and, for a DM/Anton film, unusally intimately.

I was very surprised by the film, but pleasantly so. To try and tell the tale of how a band can dominate an individual's life is difficult as every fan has different reasons for loving that band, but Spirits In The Forest does that and does it very well indeed. I'm genuinely looking forward to seeing it again in a few weeeks' time.


After the film, Edith Bowman hosted a Q&A with Anton. He discussed the film generally, commenting that Depeche Mode's fans had a unique attachment to the band - "I work a lot with U2 and I don't see it happening there." He confirmed that the concert would get a full physical release next year although, interestingly, only the Wednesday night show was filmed in full. Anton confirmed that they had "filmed a few things on the Monday" but not the whole gig. There was no suggestion of a release date however.

Away from Spirits In The Forest, he confirmed that his "substantial" Depeche Mode book will be out in a year or so.

Looks like 2020 will be a good year for Depeche Mode books.....



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02 Nov 2019, 23:30 
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Anton Corbijn’s new film is an ode to The Band That Changed Your Life

Devoted fans of Depeche Mode - and devoted fans in general - are at the centre of Spirits In The Forest

Anton Corbijn's new film Spirits In The Forest is not a concert film. With six Depeche Mode fans at the heart of this unique music picture, the Director and Artistic Everyman has instead written an ode to the music superfan. Spirits In The Forest is about The Band That Changed Your Life...whether that's Depeche Mode, or not.

Though Dave Gahan and co. (and two of their shows at Berlin’s Waldbühne) are the focus of Corbijn's lens, Spirits In The Forest is a picture that reflects millions of fans’ obsessions with thousands of different bands. It is an affectionate, human exploration of the emotional, all-consuming, life-affirming - and sometimes embarrassing - devotions so many of us develop with our favourite artists.

In a Q&A that follows a special screening of the film, Corbijn notes dryly that not all artists evoke the same emotions as the ones present in those who pray at the altar of Depeche Mode. U2, he asides, prove that. Nevertheless, Spirits In The Forests manages to transcend its focus, even when Corbijn’s subjects speak so wrenchingly and devotedly of Depeche Mode and only Depeche Mode.

In each of the six fans who form the narrative of this film burns a fire that is recognisable in anyone who has ever plastered their walls with images of an artist, followed them around on tour, or carried their music so painfully around in their heart.

The effect is in part due to the diversity of the six fans who bare their souls in this film: Indra from Mongolia, Dicken from Colombia, Christian from Romania, Carin from France, Liz from the U.S.A. and Daniel, a Berliner from Brazil: each tell a different story of why Depeche Mode means so much to them. Joined up in one ninety minute film and woven with live gig action, the stories form one singular, powerful shared energy. Much like the way a good song allows you to project lived experiences upon it, so does Spirits In The Forest depict the all-consuming agony of being a superfan — and if not for Depeche Mode, then viewers of this film will inevitably insert their own object of affection.

A concert film this is not, but the parts of it which focus on those two Waldbühne dates are wonderful too (the full two hour live film will be released next year, sans fans). Corbijn splices both performances with surgical precision: the only way you’d know this was two different shows is by the changing colour of Dave Gahan’s waistcoat.

For Depeche Mode fans, there is plenty to marvel in: Gahan’s extraordinary voice and electric stage presence present him as perhaps one of our most underrated living frontmen. The final shows in a year-long world tour of over 100 dates, the happiness on Gahan and Martin Gore’s faces make for emotional viewing, reflecting their fans’ ecstasy back out into the crowd.

Still, it’s those six fans that make this film a beautiful, compelling and deeply human one. It would be a shame to tell their stories for them - for that, you should see the film - but one of many insightful quotes paints the idea that for so many, a favourite band can make life eminently more liveable.

L.A. resident Liz would listen to Depeche Mode as she received treatment for a vicious form of breast cancer. Listening gave her strength, as music gives billions of us strength every day: “I’m going to be alive,” she would tell herself as she endured the gruelling radiotherapy, “and I’m going to go to another Depeche Mode concert.”

Spirits In The Forest will show in cinemas worldwide for one night only on 21 November 2019.



 
  
 

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02 Nov 2019, 23:35 
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A huge band, with a cool crowd from a ringside seat? Head for the cinema

Director Anton Corbijn says his Depeche Mode concert movie is part of a growing wave of one-night-only filmed music events

The sound is loud and clear, the stage is close and the toilets usually better than temporary units. The only thing a gig in a cinema might lack is a moshpit for fans to squeeze into at the front. According to the award-winning filmmaker Anton Corbijn, one-off big-screen music events now come a close second to the live concert experience and have a growing value for both fans and musicians.

“It is a real event, rather than seeing it on TV on your own at home. This is like a concert, and it is a more exclusive way to see a band that also brings people together,” Corbijn told the Observer this weekend, ahead of the worldwide cinematic event that is to launch his new Depeche Mode film later this month.

The 90-minute film, Spirits in the Forest, is a concert documentary, but it is also a tribute to the band’s fervent international fans. It is this inclusive attitude that can make single-night music events work well for a cinema audience, Corbijn believes.

“Of course, it is still fantastic to see a live concert, but not everyone can. And this is a way of getting some return on your money after a tour, now that fewer DVDs are being sold,” he said. “Nick Cave did it, Coldplay did it and Metallica have just done it, so it is a new way to make live concert films feel live again.”

The limited cinematic release strategy – in this case courtesy of Trafalgar Releasing, which also regularly brings ballet and opera performances to the big screen – does seem to encourage fans to organise tickets for a communal event. Heavy-metal veterans Metallica banked a record-breaking £4.3m last month on just the first night of a two-date run when Trafalgar released their latest concert film, S&M², bringing audiences the band’s recent reunion show with the San Francisco Symphony orchestra. And next week pop music fans in 60 countries will be able to catch Colombian singer Shakira in a film shot on her El Dorado world tour.

Corbijn, initially a noted photographer, won acclaim in 2007 for Control, his film drama about the troubled life of the late Joy Division singer Ian Curtis. Yet he is not tempted to return to looking at the backstage life of the stars, he said.

“Control was such a one-off for me, and then suddenly everybody sent me scripts about other dead singers, like Jeff Buckley, Kurt Cobain and Marvin Gaye. I’ve worked with Depeche for decades now and they are different to any other band. In the late 80s, I realised my visuals and their sound go together really well. It all grew organically, with no big meetings or negotiations.”

Corbijn, 64, also suspects that Depeche Mode’s fanbase is distinct from other bands’ because “they all feel they are members of a big club”.

And the Dutch-born director’s treatment of their 115-date Global Spirit tour is appropriately centred on the fans’ experience. It focuses on the stories of six devoted followers of the band who have travelled from as far afield as Colombia and Mongolia for the gig at Berlin’s Waldbühne (Forest Stage) stadium.

“It is amazing that Depeche Mode can touch so many people’s lives. These fans have very diverse stories and diverse cultures, so we set about a plan to film them in their own environments and then bring them all together for the concert,” said Corbijn.

All six were inveterate Depeche Mode fans with moving personal stories. Five had already seen them play live but one, a young Mongolian tour guide, had never left her own country before.

Corbijn suspects the band’s grip on the imagination of such a disparate group is down to the lyrics of guitarist Martin Gore’s songs. “The themes of Martin’s songs connect a lot with people who feel they need guidance, or perhaps a helping hand,” he said.

The group, which came to fame in the electronic pop boom of the 1980s, has been through many style transformations but has somehow kept a strong emotional bond with fans. This, for Corbijn, makes Depeche Mode the perfect performers for a cinema event.

“Depeche has something cult-like about them, so the concert experience is special,” said the director, who designs the stage sets and also works with U2. “Depeche put out an album every four years or so and have a tour, but that’s it. You don’t see them on chat shows. They are sort of reclusive. Other bands, like U2, don’t have quite that same cult feeling because they are very open and talk about everything.”

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03 Nov 2019, 07:33 
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Выходит полностью сняли только второй концерт с "основным" сетлистом, а из первого наверно 2-3 песни включат, или только happy birthday martin, а песнями же 23-го заменят неудачные 25-го.


 
  
 

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06 Nov 2019, 23:31 
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Уфимцев приглашают на концерт Depeche Mode в «Киномакс-Уфа»

УФА, 19 ноя 2019. /ИА «Башинформ»/.
14:54, 19 ноября 2019

Уже 21 ноября в «Киномакс» стартуют показы фильма «Концерт Depeche Mode: Spirits in the Forest». Полное погружение обеспечено: вместе с другими фанатами можно окажешься на шоу легендарной группы и увидеть все вживую.

Снял фильм постоянный видеограф Depeche Mode Антон Корбайн. В 2018 году он был с группой в туре Global Spirit Tour. 115 концертов, три миллиона зрителей, невероятная сила музыки – и все это на экране. А еще это очень личная история: шесть фанатов расскажут в фильме о песнях Depeche Mode в своей жизни.

Продолжительность «Концерта Depeche Mode: Spirits in the Forest» – 95 минут. Дополнительный плюс: идти фильм будет с русскими субтитрами, и ничто не перекроет эмоции героев.

Кстати, в «Киномакс» премьера стартует одновременно со всем миром. Купить билет можно уже сейчас.
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