• Eno

Eno

Dir: Gary Hustwit 

The groundbreaking generative documentary about visionary musician and artist Brian Eno, a film that’s different every time it’s shown.

Groundbreaking -Rolling Stone
Revolutionary -Screen Daily
A template for how cinema can be re-defined in the digital age -The Quietus
“Remarkable” -Forbes

For the past 50 years, Brian Eno has been at the forefront of musical creativity, technology, and artistic innovation. The hugely influential British musician, producer, activist, visual artist and self-described “sonic landscaper” began his career as an original member of the legendary Roxy Music in the early 1970s. He left the band to release a series of solo records and later pioneered the genre of ambient music with his 1978 album Ambient 1: Music for Airports. As a producer, Brian Eno has helped define and reinvent the sound of some of the most important artists in music, including David Bowie, U2, Talking Heads, Coldplay, and dozens of others. He also composed what may be the most heard piece of music in the world: the startup sound for Microsoft Windows. Undeniably, Eno has changed the way modern music is made.