If you’ve ever been curious about attending Imagine Music Festival, a new documentary promises to give you a closer look. Imagine Nation is the brainchild of White Sky Visuals/Carmel Ceravolo Films, and it follows a handful of revelers along on their journey at the 2017 edition of the Atlanta, Georgia festival.
From beginning to end, the film tells the Imagine Music Festival story from numerous angles - each of which was captured from Red Epic-W 8K red cameras. IRIS Presents founders Glenn and Madeleine Goodhand as well as several performers and crew members also make appearances over the course of the runtime. Dazzling performance footage of Illenium, Tiësto, Claude VonStroke, Liquid Stranger and deadmau5 rounds out the remainder of the audiovisual spectacle.
Each year, Imagine Music Festival draws over 50,000 electronic music fans to the Atlanta Motor Speedway across three days. IRIS Presents also organizes smaller events throughout Atlanta in addition to Washington D.C. and NYC.
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White Sky Visuals is owned and operated by Carmel Ceravolo, a DJ, producer, instrumentalist and filmmaker based in Los Angeles, California. Gucci Mane, Hayley Kiyoko and BlocBoy JB are among his clientele, and his videos have been featured in articles by Complex, Huffington Post and Billboard.
To rent or buy Imagine Nation on Amazon, click here.
A previous version of this article said that the footage was taken in 2018. We have corrected this error and apologize for any confusion it may cause.