The Libertines film 'There Are No Innocent Bystanders' available to buy on DVD

Film will also be shown at six screenings across the UK next month

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The Libertines' documentary There Are No Innocent Bystanders is now available to order on DVD.

The film, which was was given its premiere last year at London's Troxy as part of the East End Film Festival, has been made available to buy as part of a collaboration between the film's director Roger Sargent and Pledgemusic, which will raise money for the production cost of the DVD.

You can watch the trailer for There Are No Innocent Bystanders by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

As part of the Pledgemusic campaign, buyers will be able to buy a series of special editions of the DVD, signed poster prints, rare and unseen photos of the band and various other packages. For the full list of packages, visit Pledgemusic.com/projects/thelibertines.

The film features new interviews with the band and documents their 2010 reunion, where they played the Reading And Leeds Festivals as well as warm-up gigs in London. The interviews with co-frontmen Barat and Doherty openly discuss the still-simmering tensions between the pair, who have both indicated that they currently have no plans to resurrect The Libertines.

There Are No Innocent Bystanders will also be shown at a series of live screenings next month. The film will tour six venues in total, with tickets going on sale at the end of this week.

There Are No Innocent Bystanders will be shown at:

O2 Academy Bristol (March 19)
O2 Academy Birmingham 2 (20)
O2 Academy Islington (21)
O2 Academy Liverpool (22)
O2 Academy Newcastle (23)
O2 ABC Glasgow (24)


Tickets go onsale on Friday (January 27) at 9am (GMT). To check the availability of The Libertines Film: There Are No Innocent Bystanders tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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