Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds film: ‘Do you love me like I love you?’

Announcement from Directors Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard
To fans of Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds:

Call for participants in the filming of
‘Do you love me like I love you?’

We’re looking for a small number of people to be interviewed. Have you been affected by the songs of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds?

“The acclaimed British artists Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard have been commissioned to produce a series of short films that will accompany each of the studio albums when they are remastered and re-issued by Mute.

“Each film will be a simple, powerful collage of people talking directly to camera about the songs on that album. The artists want to capture passionate, open people talking candidly about the songs they love from the band’s history; discussing the first time they heard a song, what it means to them, how it makes them feel, the stories the songs tell and the ways in which the band has soundtracked their lives. Each short film isn’t looking to unpick, contextualise or explain the album. These are not authoritative documentaries, they’re compelling subjective human portraits of a truly unique body of work.”

**The directors will be filming in London, New York, Melbourne and Berlin throughout the months of August and September, 2008. If you will be in any of those cities during that time period, and have a favorite Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds song that you’d like to talk about, contact Iain & Jane and tell them which song and why it moves your groove. There is a sign-up box at the bottom of the ‘Do you love me – call for participants page’, so CLICK OVER.

Visit Iain and Jane’s Website

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About Morgan Wolfe

I write contemporary LGBTQ fiction that explores the dark & light of human love and desire. Interests: Progressive politics, visual arts, vintage illustration, mid-century design. French films, Queer cinema. Literary quotes. J'adore Paris. Ich liebe Berlin.

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