You heard it first here at Berliner Stil, about PJ Harvey and the new documentary film, created by Irish photographer and director Seamus Murphy about the . I was excited to be the one to announce it. PJ Harvey takes us in deep into the making of her 2016 album, The Hope Six Demolition Project.
In a statement made, PJ Harvey said, “Polly and I know and trust each other. Enough for her to travel with me to Afghanistan and other challenging places, and for me to believe she’d bring back magic,” PJ Harvey continued. “She then invited me into a big white box behind one-way windows to film every moment of the recording of the songs she brought back. Individually and together, this is our response to what we encountered.”
Congratulations to Seamus Murphy for his film A Dog Called Money getting in to Berlin Film Festival. Seamus documented our travels together through Kosovo, Afghanistan and Washington DC alongside the making of The Hope Six Demolition Project album. Photo taken in Kabul by Seamus. pic.twitter.com/L3enhZbpM3
— PJ Harvey (@PJHarveyUK) December 19, 2018
PJ Harvey documentary ‘A Dog Called Money’ to premiere at Berlinale 2019
Far Out StaffFar Out StaffDecember 19, 2018
A new PJ Harvey documentary is set to premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival, Berlinale 2019, in February.
The film, created by Irish photographer and director Seamus Murphy, follows the creative process of Harvey’s 2016 album The Hope Six Demolition Project. The film follows Harvey through recording sessions in in London, as well as their travels to Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Washington.