PJ Harvey: A Dog Called Money debuts online
"PJ Harvey: A Dog Called Money", a documentary that addresses the creation of the album The Hope Six Demolition Project, released by PJ Harvey in 2016, debuts on the 7th on the Maestro streaming platform.
Irish photojournalist Seamus Murphy’s film originally debuted at the Berlin International Film Festival in February 2019.
Seamus Murphy collaborated on the visual art for the Let England Shake album, released by the English singer in 2011. Years later, he traveled with Harvey to places like Kosovo and Afghanistan and also took her to black communities around Washington, D.C., in the United States. These trips served as inspiration for the singer to compose The Hope Six Demolition Project.
The Hope Six Demolition Project recording sessions were held in an environment with a glass wall that allowed a select audience to watch the recordings from outside the studio. However, the musicians could not see or hear the people in the audience.
Tickets for the online premiere of “A Dog Called Money” are available on the film's website.