Glastonbury - The Mud, The Music, The Madness (2 DVDs)

Only one music festival born in the 1960s has survived over the last three decades - Glastonbury. Fueled by the staggering range of music performances at Glastonbury over the years, this movie invites audiences to submerge themselves in the spirit, characters, and overwhelming sensory experiences of the festival as it travels like a strange spaceship through the extraordinary ch-ch-ch-changes of the last three decades. This is a wild ride from start to finish, full of wild characters, political struggles, amazing (and in some cases, forgotten) music, site history (it's where the Holy Grail is!), and plenty of laughs! It's a musical history lesson, a story of revolution, and an eye-opening look at humanity all in one.

Features Coldplay, Radiohead, The White Stripes, Foo Fighters, Paul McCartney, REM, David Bowie, Massive Attack, Blur, Ritchie Havens, Chemical Brothers, Stereo MCs, Bjork, Dr. John, The Prodigy, and a litany of other artists from the festivals rich history. Not to mention a riveting look at the port-a-potty cleaning process!

Also includes interviews with James Brown, Coldplay, Noel Gallagher, Moby, & more; Glastonbury Ceremony; Theatrical Trailer; Filmmaker Commentary; and the documentary "Freeing the Spirit: Glastonbury 1999"

Widescreen; 138 minutes; Region 1 DVD (US and Canada)

Released June 12, 2007