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New Glastonbury movie to premiere next week (September 8)

Carl Barat and The Reverend both feature in the film

Glastonbury festival 2007. Pic Tom Oxley
A new Glastonbury movie is set to premiere in Brighton on Monday (September 8) at the Joogleberry Playhouse.

'Glastonbury Left Field 2008 – The Movie' documents the action from the festival's trade union-powered tent, Left Field.

The film features live footage from artists including British Sea Power, The Automatic, Carl Barat, Reverend And The Makers, The Levellers, Alabama 3 and Billy Bragg alongside footage of the field's campaigning activity.

Causes supported by the stage include Rock Against Racism, Miscarriages Of Justice, Anti Slavery International and Jail Guitar Doors.

Monday's premiere will feature a DJ performance from legendary Clash collaborator Don Letts, as well as, according to organisers, some surprise live sets from acts who supported the causes highlighted at this year's Left Field.

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