The Green Man Festival 2011 cinema tent line-up has been announced today (5 July).
There’ll be late-night screenings of “Optimum Classics” including Apocalypse Now, The Man Who Fell To Earth and Source Code, while The North Sea Orchestra will perform Vernon Elliot‘s music from Smallfilms Productions‘ classic kids TV shows The Clangers, Ivor The Engine and Bagpuss.
Blue Roses will perform a live musical accompaniment to silent horror film Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, with an “interactive sing-a-long” screening of The Wicker Man also promised.
The tent will also see the UK premiere of “Consumed – Inside The Belly Of The Beast”, a new documentary about “modern consumerist culture”, while 7 Inch Cinema will bring “DJs, a video disco and a selection of shorts and archive clips.”
Cardiff arts collective In Chapters will present four hours of film, music videos and live music, incorporating ex-Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci bassist Richard James‘ new album launch.
Efterklang‘s film The Island will also feature, alongside live audio/visual performances from Emily Barker, The Real Tuesday Weld and film composer Harry Escott.
Green Man Festival 2011 takes place at Glanusk Park, Brecon Beacons from 19-21 August.
Fleet Foxes, Explosions In The Sky, Iron & Wine and Laura Marling are among the musical acts set to play the event.
Adult Weekend Camping Tickets are on sale now, priced at £135.