Today, Coldplay released a trailer for their upcoming documentary film, which shares the title of their most recent album, A Head Full Of Dreams. "[We're] gonna go on to be such a huge band", singer Chris Martin, decked out in braces, enthuses into a camcorder. The film will show in theaters during a special, one-night event November 14 before debuting November 16 on Amazon Prime Video.
The documentary release will be preceded by a special one-night showing of the film in collaboration with Trafalgar Releasing in more than 2,000 cinemas around the world, on Wednesday, November 14. They will be available from Friday, Oct. 26 and are "Stayin' Alive (Live at Glastonbury)" by Coldplay & Barry Gibb, "Us Against The World (Live in Leipzig)" and "Don't Panic (Live in Paris)". Not only has Whitecross been able to capture and showcase the music to us, but he has also been able to capture the relationships on tape as well.
An in-depth, feature-length portrait of British rock band Coldplay is headed to online streamer Amazon Prime Video.
It's unclear from this trailer where Head Full of Dreams will fall, but at the very least it appears the film will attempt to cover some of the rockier territory that Coldplay navigated throughout their career. The trailer includes live video, archival footage, and interviews with the band members, so the movie has the potential to be a comprehensive look at one of the most important bands of the past 20 years.