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Phoenix documentary to air on European television

From A Mess To The Masses will be broadcast on October 13

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From A Mess To The Masses, a 52-minute documentary about French band Phoenix, is set to premiere this week.

On October 13 the film will be broadcast on the Arte network in France and Germany. The film is directed by Antoine Wagner who also made the video for the band’s single ‘Lisztomania’. Scroll down to see the trailer.

The film follows the band through the year following the release of their 2009 fourth album, ‘Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix’. Co-directed by Francisco Soriano, the film features live and behind the scenes footage, reports TwentyFourBit.

There has been no announcement made regarding when the film will be shown in the UK.

Thomas Mars, frontman of Phoenix, recently married film director Sofia Coppola at a private ceremony at Palazzo Margherita, a villa in Bernalda, Italy owned by the Coppola family. The pair have two children together, Romy, five, and Cosima, one, and first met when Coppola was working on the soundtrack to her 1999 film The Virgin Suicides.

Coppola was previously married to fellow director Spike Jonze, but they divorced in 2003. Jonze went on to have a relationship with Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

From a Mess to the Masses - Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix from Voluume on Vimeo.


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