Screen the Pulp Documentary on Until 12 PM Tomorrow

Lindsay Hood

By Lindsay Hood

on 11.17.14 in News

Thanks to the kind folks over at Pitchfork, you can screen the new Pulp documentary for free until 12 p.m. EST tomorrow. (Available in the U.S. only.)

Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets has director Florian Habicht following the group to their hometown of Sheffield, England during 2012 for a reunion show; one of the last of Pulp’s live concerts. Along the way, he interviews the townspeople, concert goers and the band members themselves to get a scope of the band’s history.

If you don’t have time to watch before tomorrow, the film will be screened at various cities throughout the U.S. on November 19 via Oscilloscope Laboratories. Check out the band’s website for a full listing to find the closest location.

Or watch right now, you’ve got more than 12 hours to go. Thanks again to Pitchfork.