The Road to God Knows Where + Gabriel Moreno Live - Let Love In15

The Road to God Knows Where + Gabriel Moreno Live - Let Love In

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  • Fri 1 Jun
  • 240 minutes
  • Director: Uli M. Schüppel
  • Cast: Blixa Bargeld, Nick Cave, Mick Harvey
  • Germany (1990)


To mark his upcoming headline performance just up the road in Victoria Park as part of All Points East festival we're taking a closer look at the famed renaissance man's contribution to the silver screen including live concert films (an encore screening of the brand new 'Distant Sky: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Live In Copenhagen'), and documentaries (the surreal '20,000 Days On Earth', the remarkable, moving 'One More Time With Feeling' and the incredibly rarely screened 'B-Movie: Lust & Sound In West Berlin').

We'll also be giving one-off screenings to the Cave-narrated short 'Cat Piano', wild Birthday Party doc 'The Road To God Knows Where' and a pair of Cave-penned feature films - the stunning, Outback western 'The Proposition' and the award-winning 'Ghosts Of The Civil Dead'. We're also teaming with Cult Classic Collective to screen Wim Wenders' 'Wings Of Desire' - featuring the dark one's screen debut and staging live poetry and music performances to accompany a selection of our shows.

Join us in the shadows for Let Love In: Nick Cave On Screen this Spring at Genesis.

On Friday the 1st of June we close Let Love In and welcome summer with a FREE screening of THE ROAD TO GOD KNOWS WHERE (1990) by , a doc of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds' 1989 tour of America + live performance from Gabriel Moreno.

Gabriel Moreno is a published poet and singer songwriter from Gibraltar. His songs fuse Mediterranean rhythms with Indie/folk arpeggios performed with a classical guitar. Based on his literary publications, Gabriel versifies lyrics of Love, loss and desire, which are transmitted in sheer emotional nakedness.

This screening is FREE but make sure to book your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.