A movie about Iron Maiden received the film award
The film Iron Maiden: Flight 666", telling about a concert tour by British heavy metal band Iron Maiden, has won an award SXSW film festival, held in Austin, Texas, reports Blabbermouth.Film event is part of a large-scale music festival South by Southwest.The tape was awarded the prize "24 Beats Per Second" ("24 beat per second) as the best music documentary. In the film, which became the first feature-length film in the history of Iron Maiden, captured first, the American part of the band's world tour "Somewhere Back In Time" in support of the same hits collection, held in February-March 2008. Then 45 days the team gave 23 concert, performing in front of 500 thousands of fans. Later as part of a tour Iron Maiden played in Russia.Among other things in the movie, you can watch Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson, a licensed pilot, at the controls of a personal airplane group of the Boeing 747.The premiere of the film "Iron Maiden: Flight 666" will be held April 21. On this day, called "Iron Maiden Day" will be simultaneous screenings of the film in cinemas around the world. Only after that the picture will be available on DVD. Source: Movie about Iron Maiden received the film award.