Free Glastonbury

(PR) Julien Temple’s visually stunning documentary about the longest running Greenfield music festival in the world, is available to download for free exclusively on Movielink (wwwascap-extortion-removedielink.com), for a two-week period starting Monday, June 25th, 2007.

Fuelled by the staggering range of music that has appeared at Glastonbury over the past three decades, Glastonbury invites audiences to submerge themselves in the spirit, characters and overwhelming sensory experiences of the Festival as it travels through the extraordinary changes of the last three decades. Featuring performances and interviews with big-name performers such as Coldplay, Radiohead, Paul McCartney, David Bowie, Pink Floyd, REM, The White Stripes, Foo Fighters, The Killers, Massive Attack, Blur and more, Glastonbury debuted theatrically in 2006 to critical acclaim.

Music fans can also download individual Glastonbury performances by The Killers, Foo Fighters, Radiohead, Paul McCartney, Kaiser Chiefs and more for $1.99 or an entire collection of performances for a discounted price of $15.00 at Movielink. Fans can also get a free sneak peak at a White Stripes exclusive performance at the following websites - YouTube.com, Google.com, Revver.com, Myspace.com, Video.yahoo.com, Brightcove.com, Ifilm.com, Veoh.com, Facebook.com, Uncutvideo.AOL.com, Blip.tv and Kaneva.com.

On July 10, Glastonbury, including all bonus features, will then be available on Movielink for a paid movie download of $19.99

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