Introducing Private-Public Screenings of An Island!

January 12, 2011 by Rasmus

We have exciting news about AN ISLAND
- the film by Vincent Moon & Efterklang.

Allow us to introduce Private-Public Screenings
- You are hereby invited to screen An Island in your home!

Since we started sharing the news about An Island it’s been said that it will premiere in February and when we announced that An Island will support Efterklang on our upcoming European tour starting February 17th maybe some of you thought that would be the premiere – but that’s not the idea!

As of today Efterklang & Vincent Moon welcome all our listeners and followers to host their own screenings of An Island. From today people can sign up to host screenings and these will start February 1st and run until March 31st 2011.

We call these screenings Private-Public Screenings and the rules are very simple.
• The screenings need to have free entrance
• The screenings need to be public
• The screenings need to have a minimum capacity of 5 people
• The screenings need to be verified by Efterklang & Vincent Moon and only screenings that are featured on are official Private-Public Screenings

In other words as long as entrance is free and it is an open event (as capacity permits) the Private-Public Screenings can take place in your home, at a café, in a school auditorium or any place you can think of. It should be mentioned here that if you plan to host a Private-Public Screening in your home, then you are able to have full control over who can attend.

As of today it is possible to submit your own Private-Public Screening. For more information about hosting your own screening of An Island please visit

Also today we can reveal the 3rd teaser for An Island which also can be seen at

For an updated list of the current and future Official Screenings and Private-Public Screenings of An Island please go to:

We hope that a lot of people will host and attend screenings of An Island. The Private-Public Screenings are our attempt at creating a free and inspiring distribution method for our film. It is also our attempt to give something back to all of you out there! We have financed this film ourselves and we hope that we can recoup some of that money through donations. However, the memory of the 4 days we spent on the island of Als in August 2010 and our joy and pride of the finished film is a huge reward in itself.

Posted in An Island, Efterklang


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