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Review in ‘Documentary Evidence’

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Just read a review of the film at the Documentary Evidence website, which looks in depth at all things Mute related. We have taken to calling the film ‘Our Hobby is Depeche Mode’ as that was our original preferred title.

To read it click here.

Screenings coming up for the film at the ICA in London shortly.

And The Word is…

Friday, February 24th, 2012

Joy in People

Friday, February 24th, 2012

The film, currently showing under the title ‘Our Hobby is Depeche Mode’, is showing at the Hayward Gallery on London’s Southbank from 22nd Feb to 13th May, in a special screening room upstairs by the main entrance (not within the exhibition itself) called the Project Space. Entrance is free for all – no ticket for the show needed to get into the film… although the show itself is excellent and absolutely worth visiting! Above is a page from the booklet accompanying the exhibition.

Find out more info on the show by clicking here.

Please come and enjoy the film. There is some Russian devotee memorabilia on show as well. Here are some photos of the space before the room the film is showing in:

And Long Live Daniel Miller!

Basildon Bond – article in the Quietus

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

There’s an interesting article about Basildon and the origins of Depeche Mode on the Quietus website, written by Sophia Deboick, which refers to ‘The Posters Came from the Walls’.

To read it in full please click here.

Cinefamily Q and A

Sunday, January 23rd, 2011

Just found this record of the Q and A session the directors did at the amazing Silent Movie Theatre in Los Angeles, to complement some screenings there in 2010. The audiences in Los Angeles were absolutely lovely and enthusiastic, and if anything, we were taken aback by their high spirits at the time!

Monopol Magazine Review

Thursday, June 24th, 2010

From Monopol magazine.

Enjoying the Silence

Monday, February 15th, 2010

This Dave doll was made by and kindly sent to us by our favourite German family, the Granzows, who you will know if you have seen the film.

They have also recently been featured in a fashion shoot by Niall O’Brien for Dazed and Confused magazine:

See the whole article by clicking here.

Just in case you haven’t seen our documentary, here’s a clip featuring them:

If you have made your own T-shirts, painted your own banners, dressed your pets up, embroidered clothes, kept diaries or done drawings of Depeche related things, we would still love to see them, so do email us. The film was finished some time ago, but we might add another page to this site of things made by devotees that we like.

In the meantime, we’re planning on taking the Dave doll to the seaside to take some snaps more in the style of the promo and post them up here…

Dave Days

Thursday, February 11th, 2010

Yuri and friends in Moscow

We met Yuri in New York recently and he was so¬† happy that we had told some of the story of being a Russian devotee in the 1990s. We made friends through our Facebook page for the film, and saw his photos of himself as a Dave look-a-like, and asked if we could show them on this site. So there’s a new page here ‘Some Russian Devotion”, please have a look. And thank you Yuri!

Depeche Monde

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

Co-director Nick Abrahams infront of the Silent Movie Theatre

Our Los Angeles shows were our best yet, so crowded that people had to stand in the aisles, and everyone laughing so much that we were rather worried… but during one of the Question and Answer sessions, someone explained it was ‘the laughter of recognition’. Phew!

Co-director Jeremy Deller with Orlando

Orlando infront of a photo of his teenage self

We were happy to catch up with Orlando, who features in the film (he managed to sit through all 3 showings!) and his mother (who only managed a paltry single screening). And we also made many new friends:

This gent who had the best hair of the evening kindly sat in the back row so as not to disrupt anyone's view.

The LA Weekly gave us a good review you can read by clicking here, and then put out another article on us you can see by clicking here.

And here’s a great photo from the first Q and A by Sara Wood Lauder, who we met at the screenings:

Behind us are Russian hands making 'heart' shapes, which pretty much sums up all the love emenating from all the devotees in the film.

Los Angeles Screenings announced!

Monday, December 28th, 2009


Los Angeles screenings of the film just announced! 3 showings on January 29th and 30th 2010.

presented by Gavin Brown’s Enterprise in association with Art Contemporary Los Angeles and Part Time Punks

at the Silent Movie Theatre at 611 N. Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90036

To buy tickets directly try following these links

for 8pm friday 29th January click here

for 10.30 pm friday 29th January click here

for 8pm Saturday 30th January click here

or for more details please follow this link – the ‘Posters..’ screenings are right down the bottom of the page