Reminic8 August 2011 at 6:11pmPosts: 133 (0 today)Status: offline
Latest news today:
New York, NY(Hollywood Today)8/8/11/â€”â€“Eagle Rock Entertainment is proud to announce the October 25, 2011 release of the stunning Peter Gabriel concert film New Blood Live In London. This show was filmed in high definition 3D and is available on multiple formats: the triple-pack 3D release [contains the 3D Blu-ray, regular Blu-ray and DVD versions â€“ MSRP $34.98] regular Blu-ray [MSRP $19.98] and standard DVD [MSRP $14.98]. A deluxe limited edition [MSRP TBA] comes as an 11.5" square 60-page hardback photo book containing the live DVD and Blu-ray, the CD of the New Blood studio album and an exclusive CD of live tracks from the show.
This visual release compliments the release of the New Blood studio album by EMI on October 11th and the 3D version will be released in cinemas in September. New Blood features many classic tracks including "Biko", "Red Rain", "Solsbury Hill", "Don't Give Up", "Blood Of Eden", "The Rhythm Of The Heat", "Mercy Street", "Intruder" and more [Pre-book Order Date September 30]
Filmed in high definition 3D at Hammersmith Apollo in March of this year, New Blood â€“ Live In London In 3 Dimensions captures Peter Gabriel performing live with the 46-piece New Blood Orchestra. The repertoire mixes cover versions from his Scratch My Back album with classic tracks from across his solo career in brand new orchestral arrangements. Gabriel is a renowned live performer and his onstage charisma and instantly recognizable voice combine brilliantly with the orchestral sound palette to breath a new sense of wonder into familiar songs. As you would expect the concert is also a visual feast, with graphics, animation and imagery blending to enhance and illustrate the music.
With the Bonus Feature section (Blu-ray & DVD only) offering the feature "Blood Donors" â€“ the story behind the project including an interview with Peter Gabriel â€“ New Blood Live In London is a landmark release both for Peter Gabriel and indeed for Eagle. Unmissable.
Reminic8 August 2011 at 6:13pmPosts: 133 (0 today)Status: offline
3) The Boy In The Bubble
4) AprÃ¨s Moi
5) The Drop
6) Washing Of The Water*
7) The Book Of Love
9) The Power Of The Heart
11) San Jacinto
12) Digging In The Dirt
13) Signal To Noise
14) Downside Up
15) Mercy Street
16) The Rhythm Of The Heat
17) Blood Of Eden
1 Red Rain
19) Solsbury Hill
20) In Your Eyes
21) Don't Give Up
22) The Nest That Sailed The Sky
* Not on 3D version
FarCry10 August 2011 at 7:12pmPosts: 63 (0 today)Status: offline
Reminic12 August 2011 at 10:59amPosts: 133 (0 today)Status: offline
For those of us on the european side of the pond, it's wispered in France (thanks to Ovomaltine in the french forums) that it would be out sometime after the 2nd week of September, with screenings at least in major cities and/or some independant theatres equiped in 3D.
I can't wait! I hope we'll have the good luck to read reports from ye distant autralian lands in the meantime.
Reminic12 August 2011 at 11:01amPosts: 133 (0 today)Status: offline
And it goes without saying thanks to Rraven for the original post.
(I still miss the edit button. Never mind.)
asifxxxx12 August 2011 at 2:48pmPosts: 15 (0 today)Status: offline
Tickets go on sale for the UK screenings Tuesday 16th August at 10am.
Screenings are on Sunday 11th September and Thursday 15th September. Times of screenings are 2:30 pm & 8pm for 11th Sep and 7:30pm & 8pm for 15th Sep, depending on which cinema!
Fidelity12 August 2011 at 10:02pmPosts: 313 (0 today)Status: offline
Hope it gets to Norway, i live 20 mins from the capital so i'm in with a good chance of seeing it. . . if it gets here of course.
indo17 August 2011 at 10:18amPosts: 4 (0 today)Status: offline
these are the german/austrian/Switzerland cinemas, searching for french cinemas to be honest.
â€žPeter Gabriel: New Blood 3D" findet in folgenden UCI KINOWELTen statt:
Ruhr Park (Bochum), HÃ¼rth Park (KÃ¶ln), DÃ¼sseldorf, Duisburg, Paderborn, Flensburg, Wilhelmshaven, Mundsburg (Hamburg), Colosseum (Berlin), Gropius Passagen (Berlin), Friedrichshain (Berlin), Potsdam, Nova Eventis, Elbe Park (Dresden), Am Lausitz Park (Cottbus), Dessau, Gera, Millennium City (A-Wien), SCS (A-Wien), Annenhof (A-Graz)
rise17 August 2011 at 6:43pmPosts: 956 (0 today)Status: offline
That sounds good Indo. Where did you find it, or: When do they start, also in September?
indo19 August 2011 at 8:26pmPosts: 4 (0 today)Status: offline
jeroenorama23 August 2011 at 8:38pmPosts: 3 (0 today)Status: offline
I just bought tickets for the screening in Rotterdam! The dates on the PG website are wrong though! The screening in Rotterdam Pathe is on September the 15th instead of the 9th!
AgentSage26 August 2011 at 1:26amPosts: 91 (0 today)Status: offline
Looks like Canada will have showings as well, just not until October.
I called Cinemark and tickets will go on sale Friday, Sep. 16.
NorthStar29 August 2011 at 3:44amPosts: 8 (0 today)Status: offline
Thanks, AgentSage. I've been looking forward to taking my kids to see the 3D concert ever since I saw the live show at the Molson Amphitheatre. I was starting to worry that the show would skip Canada when I didn't see it listed in the country list. Can't wait until Sept. 16th.
Houston29 August 2011 at 11:16pmPosts: 38 (0 today)Status: offline
I just got off the phone with the Cinemark main offices. Normally Fathom events are distributed far more widely or even broadcast. For whatever reason, the New Blood concert was put on 30 hard drives to be sent to 30 theaters and that was it. The lady I spoke to admitted that it was unusual and she would have expected they would have allowed for a higher demand. She sounded a little bummed out honestly. She said that she hoped if it did well, they would be allowed to shuffle the drives to other theaters. But that would be entirely up to the rights holders. So that is the story of the extremely limited release, at least as far as America goes.
Apache30 August 2011 at 6:48amPosts: 134 (0 today)Status: offline
Complaining . not ONE cinema in and around the Frankfurt/Germany metropolitan area or did I miss something somewhere ?
Cimber30 August 2011 at 12:21pmPosts: 2570 (0 today)Status: offline
I wonder about the same thing - not ONE cinema in South West Germany (Mannheim/Frankfurt-area).
Apache30 August 2011 at 6:35pmPosts: 134 (0 today)Status: offline
I mean . the bavarians don't get it anyhow . :-] but around here there must be at least one lonely theatre showing the thing . many time Berlin - fair enough - Paderborn *g* and whatever. this can't be
Cimber31 August 2011 at 2:36pmPosts: 2570 (0 today)Status: offline
Well now one cinema in Bad Kreuznach has been announced.
They cannot leave out Mannheim and Frankfurt. They say some dates for "kinopolis" tba. - I hope they going to show it in kinopolis Viernheim (near Mannheim).
Some new dates also for "cineplex".