A new trailer for the forthcoming Nick Cave and Warren Ellis documentary, This Much I Know To Be True, is here.
The forthcoming film is set to look at the making of their recent albums, Ghosteen and Carnage. Directed by Andrew Dominik, This Much I Know To Be True is set to premiere sometime between February 10th and 20th at the Berlin Film Festival.
“I would have defined myself as a musician or a writer,” Cave says in today’s trailer. “And I’m trying to wean myself off those definitions of myself that are about my occupation, and see myself as a person. … As a husband, and father, and friend, and citizen that makes music and writes stuff. Rather than the other way around.”
Watch the trailer for This Much I Know To Be True below.
The highly anticipated music documentary captures Cave’s longtime creative partnership with Bad Seeds member Warren Ellis. It was be directed by Andrew Dominik, who also directed the 2016 Cave documentary, One More Time with Feeling. Cave announced the documentary Instagram:
“THIS MUCH I KNOW TO BE TRUE a new feature film from Andrew Dominik featuring Nick Cave & Warren Ellis is set for release in 2022,” the post explains. “More details to follow.” It “captures Nick Cave and Warren Ellis’ exceptional creative relationship as they bring to life the songs from albums Ghosteen and Carnage.”
According to Deadline, the film serves as a companion film to One More Time with Feeling.
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