Music documentary

Official trailer for the musical documentary ‘In the Court of the Crimson King’

Official trailer for the musical documentary ‘In the Court of the Crimson King’

by Alex Billington
February 9, 2022
Source: Youtube

“I can’t be the only sane man in this asylum.” An official trailer has just debuted for a music documentary premiering at the 2022 SXSW Film Festival taking place in March. It’s titled At the Court of the Crimson Kingprofiling the 50th anniversary of the British band called King Crimson. It’s “not a band. It’s a methodology for making extraordinary music that has lasted 50 years”. For more than 50 years, Robert Fripp, also famous for his work with Bowie and Eno, has overseen a unique creative environment in which freedom and responsibility conspire to place extraordinary demands on the many band members – only dimmed by the applause of an audience whose adoration threatens to make their lives even more difficult. It’s a rewarding and perilous space in which the extraordinary is possible, nothing is certain, and not everyone survives intact. “What started as a traditional documentary about the legendary band has turned into an exploration of time, death, family and the transcendent power of music to change lives; but with jokes.” Sounds fun, I guess? Looked.

Here’s the first trailer for the Toby Amies doc At the Court of the Crimson Kingdirectly from YouTube:

At the court of the movie Crimson King

Crimson King is a darkly comedic film for anyone wondering if it’s worth sacrificing everything for a single moment of transcendence. It explores King Crimson’s unique creative environment, in which freedom and responsibility combine to place extraordinary demands on the band members – only mitigated by the applause of an audience whose adoration threatens to make their lives even more difficult. . It’s a rewarding and perilous space in which the extraordinary is possible, nothing is certain, and not everyone survives intact. At the Court of the Crimson Kingformerly known as Cosmic FuKCis directed by the famous British artist / filmmaker Toby Friendsdoc director The man whose mind exploded before, as well as many other short films and film projects. This will premiere at the 2022 SXSW Film Festival taking place in March. No other release date has yet been set – stay tuned for more. Big fans?

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