Film Download Store Warp Launches
After Warp Records’ celebratory 20th anniversary last year, Warp Films, the producers behind such titles as ‘This is England’ and ‘Dead Man’s Shoes’, have unveiled their new digital download store.
Music documentary ‘All Tomorrow’s Parties’, about the festival which restarted the current seaside chalet craze, Shane Meadows’ ‘Le Donk & Scor-Zay-Zee’ and ‘Arctic Monkeys at the Apollo’ are amongst the first releases up for download on the Warp website.
Unlike many other download stores, the platform provides films pre-sized to fit all devices so they can be viewed on phones, desktop computers or through any other medium without requiring re-formatting, making it the perfect accompaniment for the iPhone generation.
tHe GAllerY HIts 15
The Gallery hits the ripe old age of 15 on Friday 30th April in the very best of birth- day traditions; a right royal knees-up at Ministry of Sound. As might be expected from the club that hosted the UK debuts of Paul Van Dyk, Sander Kleinenberg, Timo Maas and Sander Van Doorn, it’s a monster line-up topped by Paul Oakenfold, Tall Paul and Danny Rampling. The first 1000 through the door will receive a limited edition DVD marking the club’s evolution, while The Gallery is also on a nation-wide tour.
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