Marcus Haney has made a career as one of the most sought-after photographers in music. His story has become infamous with his now cult film – No Cameras Allowed. This November Jack Daniel’s Future Legends will exclusively screen the film in Australia and host Q+As with Marcus himself.
No Cameras Allowed is a documentary that follows Marcus’ journey of breaking into music festivals and inserting himself into the world of some of the biggest names in the industry – Mumford & Sons, Jay-Z, and Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros. The advance screenings are another project from #JDFutureLegends, supporting original and unique stories in music. Screening in selected cinemas and dates along the country’s Eastern seaboard, Marcus will be answering your burning questions of how, why and more when he heads down under, just in time for festival season.
The film is an intimate, honest, behind the scenes look at world-renowned artists from the perspective of someone who was never really invited, but was always asked to stay. Marcus Haney, photographer and filmmaker comments: “I jumped a fence into a festival to hear my favourite bands play and ended up stealing the dream of a lifetime. I’m not saying everyone should go and hop fences – I’m saying don’t be afraid to take the unusual route sometimes. Or all the time.”
Over the last five years Marcus has been to more than fifty festivals around the world and has successfully made his way into Coachella, Bonnaroo, Glastonbury and The Grammys and along the way has built personal relationships with artists themselves.
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