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21 August 2021

Jonny Greenwood To Curate Last Day Of Cinema Screenings At 2021 End Of The Road Festival

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Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood will curate the final day of cinema screenings at End Of The Road Festival next month.

The 15th edition of the Larmer Tree Gardens festival is set to run from 2-5 September, with the likes of Hot Chip, King Krule and Sleaford Mods all set to perform.

End Of The Road have today announced details of their film programme for the 2021 edition of the festival.

Greenwood is curating the line-up of cinema screenings for the final day of the event (5 September), with such films as Midsommar, High Society and North By Northwest set to be shown.

Free Fire and High Rise director Ben Wheatley and Rook Films’ Andy Starke will curate the Friday and Saturday film programmes for End Of The Road, with The Blair Witch Project, Censor and The Borderlands all set to be screened.

Squid‘s Expanding In Space documentary is also set to premiere on the Saturday of the festival.

First established in 2006, End of the Road has a unique atmosphere, relaxed and friendly but serious about music. The site is designed in a way that we, as festival lovers, enjoy. The beautiful pleasure gardens at Larmer Tree form an ideal place to create a woodland wonderland, strewn with art installations and decorated spaces. Visit the event’s official website for further information.

Jonny Greenwood, meanwhile, has also scored the upcoming Princess Diana biopic Spencer. The Pablo Larraín-directed film features a script written by Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight, while Kristen Stewart is playing the late Diana.

Spencer is a dive inside an emotional imagining of who Diana was at a pivotal turning point in her life. It is a physical assertion of the sum of her parts, which starts with her given name; Spencer,” Stewart said in a statement earlier this year about the film, which is set for release in November.

“It is a harrowing effort for her to return to herself, as Diana strives to hold onto what the name Spencer means to her.”

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