Published Mar 09, 2009With the DVD release of Arcade Fire's Miroir Noir coming up quick, the film is heading to the big screen at an upcoming Montreal screening. On April 2, just two days after the movie's physical release, Miroir Noir will play at the city's Théâtre Le National, making this window into the band just that much bigger.
As previously reported, the 70-minute flick was co-directed by the band and filmmaker Vincent Morisset, and follows Arcade Fire through the making of, and touring for, their 2007 album Neon Bible. The digital download version came out in December, and the upcoming DVD will feature bonus material such as Arcade Fire TV performances on Saturday Night Live, Jonathan Ross and at BBC studio Maida Vale.
The Montreal screening begins at 8:30 p.m. (doors at 7:30 p.m.) and tickets are $12.50. They can be purchased here on Arcade Fire's website, as well as at Billetterie du National, Phonopolis, Cheap Thrills and L'Oblique.