Travelers At The Edge Of Time
Blind Guardian will participate in the first film festival dedicated to heavy metal to be held from March 31 to April 3 in Los Angeles!
Directed by Andreas Fieker, "Travelers At The Edge Of Time" is a film that talks about the group's evolution and how At The Edge Of Time took them to the "2010's Billboard Top 200-charting".
"Travelers At The Edge Of Time" (Directed by Andreas Fieker): This documentary follows Germany's legendary power petal band Blind Guardian through an unfinished cycle of their remarkable career up to now. Showcasing an intimate insight throughout the massive amount of events the musicians had to face since Summer 2009, the film begins abruptly during the production for their breathtaking opus At The Edge Of Time when the band begins orchestra recordings at the Rudolfinum in Prague. During the fragile act of creating real music, Blind Guardian are suddenly confronted with the virtual reality of a computer game called Sacred 2. While tasting the sweetness of having accomplished one mission, another one immediately starts with dreary rehearsals in the "Twilight Hall" before the band heads off to spread their mystical message to thousands of enthusiastic bards on another world tour. We will meet an unmasked Hansi Kürsch, André Olbrich, Marcus Siepen, Frederik Ehmke, and their crew members through the many private on-the-road and behind-the-scenes encounters. Fans will witness Blind Guardian take part in their never-ending quest for perfection beyond the musical aspects when cameras follow the band onto different stages from the first indoor shows to subsequent outdoor shows on the "Sacred World and Songs Divine Tour." "Travelers At The Edge Of Time" then takes on a new voyage when the group gets back to the studio and starts working on its lifetime project: the orchestral album. Both completion of this film project and the touring cycle for the latest album are not yet complete, proving only one thing: There is no real beginning, or there is a real ending ...
- $9.00 per film
- $15.00 - opening night screening (includes after-party)
- $33.00 - day pass (Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
- $66.60 - advanced purchase festival pass (ONLY 30 available at this special price; includes opening night)
- $99.00 - advanced purchase festival pass (ONLY 100 available; includes opening night)