Nick Cave is asking fans to submit footage for new Seven Psalms film

Nick Cave

The Australian musician is creating a film to accompany his recent EP.

In a social media post on his Cave Things account yesterday, Nick Cave shared information on the “ambitious idea with a small budget.” Asking for fans to contribute short, phone-captured footage he wrote, “Following the release of Seven Psalms, we want to make a collaborative film to accompany the audio; a kind of spiritual portrait of the world at this time.”

For this project, the Ghosteen artist is asking for people to submit clips “that mean something to you.” Examples listed include “video selfie portraits, miracles of nature and natural disaster, the sacred and profane. It could be footage of the person you love, video you shot at a protest, or something ordinary that you find beautiful.”

The deadline for submitting footage for the Seven Psalms film is 26 July. Clips for consideration are to be sent to Read the full details below.


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New documentary This Much I Know to be True, which focuses on Cave and Warren Ellis’ creative relationship, had its cinema release in May and is coming to MUBI later this week.

Read: Warren Ellis on how a serendipitous moment altered his life’s path for good.