Arcade Fire will release their documentary film ‘Miroir Noir’ online this Monday December 15, making it available both as physical DVDs and an internet download.
The film follows the band through the making and touring of their 2007 album ‘Neon Bible’. Mirror Noir shows the band in their Montreal studio, the making of their promotional films, along with live versions of songs from both Neon Bible and Funeral and a few short films made on the road.
‘Miroir Noir’ is directed by Arcade Fire friend and collaborator Vincent Morisset, who was also responsible for the interactive video for the song Neon Bible and for the Arcade Fire website design. The film was shot by Vincent Moon.
The digital download and standard edition DVD feature the 70 minute film ‘Miroir Noir’. The deluxe edition DVD contains bonus material including Arcade Fire’s live performances on Jonathon Ross and Saturday Night Live.
A standard digital download of the 70 minute film will be available globally at www.Miroir-Noir.com on December 15. The film will be available as a one-off download in two sizes to suit preferred players, and also as a physical standard and deluxe DVD for 2009 delivery (with a digital version delivered instantly).