A new Swans documentary, Where Does a Body End? will archive the band's latest incarnation and in addition give an extensive history of the Michael Gira-fronted extend throughout the previous 35 years. Helmed by movie producer Marco Porsia, the film has been in progress since 2010. Porsia has taped more than 40 of the band's live shows from that point forward, notwithstanding visit practices, the recording of their collection The Glowing Man, and meetings with various artists (counting Lee Ranaldo, Thurston Moore, Jehnny Beth, Amanda Palmer, and the sky is the limit from there). The narrative will likewise highlight chronicled video film from 1984-1997, recorded amid live shows and on visit.
As indicated by a public statement, "The aim of the documentary is not to be just a traditional music documentary about a band but more of an artistic piece to help put the band and its music in their rightful place in the annals of cultural history." A Kickstarter battle has been propelled for the film; at time of composing, the crusade has raised over portion of its objective. (The craziest benefactor rewards, unique Public Castration is a Good Idea and Children of God shirts worn by Jarboe, have as of now been gobbled up.)
Director Marco Porsia