Cineramageddon’s unique five-day film festival within Glastonbury Festival is back for its second edition.
Featuring an eclectic programme of films curated by director Julien Temple, the nocturnal audience will be seated in a post-apocalyptic drive-in auditorium courtesy of artist Joe Rush, featuring seventy mutated vintage British and American cars, repurposed funfair rides and a Lear jet. Full Arena programme here.
If you miss reserving a car there are 2,000 headphones available on first come first served basis, with even more for the Wednesday’s World Premiere of Ibiza – The Silent Movie followed by a live DJ set by music supervisor Fatboy Slim.
The sculpture park is open to view all day – with music from midday – whilst every day in the revamped Black Lamp hub, there will be film screenings, guest Q&As including Bros, Trojan Records and Don Letts, a new bar and film-making discussions with Bridgwater’s Engine Room organisation.
Find out more, and reserve cars for every screening, at www.cineramageddon.com