The Giant Screen at Millennium Point is inviting visitors to sit back, relax and enjoy one of the most original music endeavours of a generation.
The venue in the heart of Eastside district will present Björk: Biophilia Live from Monday, 03 November until Thursday, 06 November.
Created by Peter Strickland and Nick Fenton, the audio visual spectacle captures the human element of Bjork’s eighth studio album, Biophilia.
The film includes an opening documentary narrated by legendary naturalist and presenter Sir David Attenborough and will also feature Björk and her band performing every song from Biophilia and some reworked versions of classic songs.
Neil Anderson, director of marketing, communications and events at Millennium Point, said: “This is an exclusive opportunity for the Midlands and Millennium Point and we’re thrilled to be holding the screening of Björk: Biophilia Live at The Giant Screen where the visual experience does really come to life.
“We want to continue to showcase a variety of films to attract a wider audience in and out of Birmingham and highlight the breadth of activities Millennium Point has to offer in the heart of the city.”
The performance has already been hailed as “a captivating record of an artist in full command of her idiosyncratic powers” and “imaginative stand-alone artwork” which captures the human element of Biophilia.
Originally recorded live at London’s Alexandra Palace in September 2013, Biophilia Live will receive its UK premier at the 58th BFI London Film Festival Sonic Gala next month (09 October).
For more information and tickets, please visit: http://giantscreencinema.co.uk/movies/bjrk-biophilia-live