Lost in Vagueness

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The story of the wildest place at the Glastonbury Festival – Lost Vagueness. With a great soundtrack, the film tells the story of how a group of maverick, new-age travellers led by the anarchic Roy Gurvitz created a place of opulence and decadence despite the rain and mud and transformed the most famous Festival in the world.


Much of today’s cabaret, music and performance art can trace its roots to Lost Vagueness. Discover the highs, lows and the dark side of the creative process. Laugh, gasp with amazement and enjoy performances from some of the most risqué artists of the time, as well as Madness and Kate Tempest. And, hear bean-spilling stories from Michael and Emily Eavis, Fat Boy Slim and Keith Allen. The best way to catch the Glastonbury spirit in the Festival’s fallow year.

BBFC rating
15
Year
2017
Running time
84 mins
Country
UK
Format
DCP
Other features
DOC
Director
Sofia Olins

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June 12th

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