A Film by James Marcus Haney
Production Company: Radical Media
Executive Producer: Jennifer Heath
Producer: Garen Barsegian
Director of Photography: Alejandro Lalinde
Editor: Clark Eddy
Camera Operators: David "Brick" Brickley, James Marcus Haney, Kitty Green, Ty Johnson
Live Screens Footage provided by Technical Director Ben Miles
DIT: Rachel Fedorkova
Production Manager: Dana Paris
Production Coordinator: Anto Gharibian
Production Assistants: Felix F Berrios, Neal Williams
Mumford & Sons released a new video today and the footage backs up frontman Marcus Mumford's claim that Bonnaroo is "the best festival in America, if not the world."
Set to the tune of "The Wolf," off their recent album release, Wilder Mind, the video is a compilation of 48 hours of phenomenal festival footage. Director James Marcus Haney gives viewers a first-hand look at the band as they prance around in absurd costumes, interact with festival attendees, and rock Bonnaroo's main stage. Fans of Mumford & Sons might remember Haney as the director of the controversial 2014 documentary No Cameras Allowed, which features intimate footage of the band.
Finishing with a shot of the band in front of a memorable Tennessee sunset, Haney and the band remind us of what any music festival is all about: good music and indelible experiences.