Trentemøller Shares Documentary Video
The hour-long video is streaming here now.
Exactly one year after the release of his fourth album Fixion, Trentemøller has shared a full, hour-long music documentary by Thomas Jessen, Julie Runa, and Kristian Pedersen.
Starting with impressions from the show in Berlin’s Olympic Stadion from 2013, when Trentemøller opened for Depeche Mode, the film covers a period of more than four years and offers lots of intimate insights in Trentemøller’s work.
Originally produced by Thomas Jessen and Julie Runa and broadcasted in three parts on Danish National TV “DR,” the film has been re-edited by Kristian Pedersen into an entertaining movie which is now streaming in full above.
The film accompanies the Danish musician and producer from the first steps towards the new album, when for example he acquires new studio equipment, gives intimate insights into his studio work or live-rehearsals for the Fixion tour.
You’ll also see live concerts, interviews with Anders and his band members, a fascinating look into his work with Jehnny Beth and Marie Fisker as well as a lot of behind the scenes material.