The Reflektor Tapes / by Nathan Stueve


Blends a kaleidoscopic sonic and visual landscape of never before seen personal interviews and moments charting Arcade Fire’s creative journey from Jamaica, where the foundations for their Reflektor album were laid, to arena shows in Los Angeles and London via an impromptu performance in a Haitian hotel on the first night of Carnival.

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Category: Documentary Feature Year: 2015 Runtime: 75m Country: Canada Language: English


Director: Kahlil Joseph Producer: Onye Anyanwu, Dan Bowen, Omid Fatemi Cinematographer: Lol Crawley, Autumn Durald, Malik Hassan Sayeed Cast: Arcade Fire, Win Butler, Régine Chassagne


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Kahlil JosephKahlil Joseph is an award winning LA based filmmaker. His beautifully shot, evocative short film “Until the Quiet Comes” for Flying Lotus received widespread critical acclaim and won the Grand Jury Prize for Short Films at Sundance Film Festival 2013 and Video of the Year at the UKMVA’s in 2013. Kahlil has worked with some of the most influential artists in music, including Kendrick Lamar and FKA Twigs. A further collaboration with Kendrick Lamar resulted in a 2-screen installation titled Double Conscious. This work is on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, CA for the 2015 season.