To the west of the Park Stage is the new area Cineramageddon … a unique drive in-cinema field. A collaboration between Joe Rush founder of the Mutoid Waste Company and film director Julian Temple.
The new area will be somewhere between an art installation and a drive-in movie theatre. Movies will be projected onto a massive outdoor screen and festivalgoers will sit inside 100 1960s American & Cuban cars while the sound comes from Bluetooth speakers fitted in each car.
Director Julian Temple will be curating the cinematic delights. Julian has strong ties to the festival, having directed the hit Glastonbury film The Filth & The Fury in 2006. He also has a new film called Havana currently in post-production, which sounds like something that might best be viewed from the back seat of a 1960s Cuban car.