July 21, 2009 19:50

The White Stripes release trailer for new documentary - video

Band get ready for 'Under Great White Northern Lights' release

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The White Stripes have released the trailer for heir forthcoming documentary film, 'Under Great White Northern Lights'.

As previously reported by NME.COM, the film will be screened for the first time is set to take place at the Toronto Film Festiva on September 18.

The film, which was directed by video director Emmett Malloy, chronicles Jack and Meg White's 2007 Canada tour.

It captures the duo's gigs at several atypical venues including bowling alleys, boats and city buses. It also features the band's 10th anniversary show at the Savoy Theater in Nova Scotia.

A trailer for the film, which dubs it "A brother and sister's journey across the great white north", can be viewed Whitestripes.com.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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