Glastonbury film gets DVD release

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Glastonbury film gets DVD release
Julien Temple's Glastonbury movie is set to be released on DVD later this month.

The film, which took three years to complete and charts the festival's 35-year history through a mixture of official and fan footage, will be spread across two discs.

Along with the documentary, the release will include an interactive shuffle track feature, which allows viewers to re-edit the film along with uncut performances from Kaiser Chiefs, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, R.E.M and Goldfrapp.

There is also exclusive commentary from Temple and Jarvis Cocker along with a series of deleted scenes.

Other special features on the DVD include never-before-seen uncut tracks, interviews with Michael Eavis, festival goers, James Brown, Noel Gallagher and the late John Peel.

A series of deleted sequences and an interactive shuffle track function is available, allowing you to re-edit the feature film.

Glastonbury is released on July 17.

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