The Boulder-based festival will screen a special showing of the techno documentary next weekend.
The event will take place on the first night of the three day festival. Director Amy Grill will be on hand to speak about the film, which follows Modeselektor, Wighnomy Brothers, Monolake, journalist Philip Sherburne and Grill herself with then-husband David Day along their various paths in techno. Tagged with the line, "everything changes when you get lost in music," Grill documents both the power of the music, as well as the personal sacrifices one makes when investing their time, energy and money into music.
Following the screening, there will be a panel discussion featuring various North American techno promoters about the "challenges of electronic music culture" on the continent.
For those unable to make it to Colorado, the film will make its official debut later this month at the Independent Film Festival Boston.