TONIGHT YOU’RE MINE – Free Pre-Coachella Screening April 12

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FILTER Magazine and Roadside Attractions have teamed up to present a new pre-festival highlight — an inaugural movie screening for music fans arriving to the desert on Thursday, April 12. Partnering with Roadside Attractions, FILTER Magazine will present the West Coast premiere screening of David Mackenzie’s new film TONIGHT YOU’RE MINE in Palm Desert.

Watch the film trailer here:

The film was shot entirely on location at Scotland’s famous T in the Park music festival. TONIGHT YOU’RE MINE follows indie music star Adam (Luke Treadaway — ATTACK THE BLOCK, CLASH OF THE TITANS) and feisty punk-rock girl band leader Morello (Natalia Tena — “Games of Thrones,” HARRY POTTER and co-founder of music fest favorites Molotov Jukebox) as they are bonded together by handcuffs after a backstage fight ensues. When the two feuding musicians are unable to be separated, even to perform their separate gigs, an odd-ball romantic comedy takes shape. TONIGHT YOU’RE MINE is filled with lust, mud, betrayal, booze, portaloos and a hundred thousand people celebrating the greatest music in the world.

TONIGHT YOU’RE MINE will screen twice on Thursday, April 12 at the Cinema Palm d’Or, at 7pm and 9pm.

Theater location:
Cinema Palm d’Or
72840 California 111
Palm Desert, CA 92260

Complimentary beverages for moviegoers will be available while supplies last.

To register for TONIGHT YOU’RE MINE screening passes go to

Tracks from TONIGHT YOU’RE Mine were written by Eugene Kelly, founder of Glasgow band The Vaselines, and Luke Treadaway by working closely with electro-industrial producer Rico Capuano. Glasgow-based musician Brian McAlpine worked with The Dirty Pinks (Morello’s band), building on Tena’s influences and bringing a rockier, guitar-based edge to their sound.




TONIGHT YOUR MINE opens in Los Angeles and New York on May 11, followed by a national release. The film is rated R for language and some sexual material.

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