The UK premiere of Toby Amies' documentary In The Court Of The Crimson King - King Crimson At 50 will be accompanied by a Q&A with Toby, Jakko Jakszyk, and David Singleton on Friday 24th June at The Light’s Screen 6. Although Saturday's screening has now sold out there are still a few tickets available for the premiere but they are going fast. Click here for tickets.
Meanwhile, the movie will be receiving its Australian premiere at the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival on July 26th. More information can be found here. Previewing the documentary, Annette Basile writes, "It’s a kind of road movie with little sense of movement. A series of reminiscences without nostalgia. A music movie with sounds that sometimes veer close to the edge of discordance. . .Fripp talked about getting out of your own way to make music, and Amies has done this with his film – he gets out of the way, lets these musicians speak and the storylines to form organically. Great for fans or those with any interest in Fripp, the uninitiated will still find something to savour."