Music lovers around the world spend hundreds of dollars to attend music festivals such as Coachella, Bonnaroo, and Glastonbury every year. Marcus Haney didn't have the money, so he decided to sneak in. Not only did he manage to get into these festivals and sneak his way onto the stage, but he created a career off of these experiences.
No Cameras Allowed documents Haney's wild journey from when he snuck into Coachella in 2010 to the present day where he works as a professional music photographer. His photographs appear in Rolling Stone and the cover of Mumford & Sons Babel is a photo he took. You can now stream the full documentary above and make sure to check out our review right here on Zumic.
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