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Watch: Guy sneaks into Bonnaroo, The Grammys, Glastonbury with camera, makes amazing film about it- watch trailer

Watch: Guy sneaks into Bonnaroo, The Grammys, Glastonbury with film equipment makes amazing film abo

You've probably heard about the conquests of Marcus Haney as, over the past few days, his name has been EVERYWHERE. And that's because his new documentary NO CAMERAS ALLOWED just looks superb.

The concept is this: whether it's via a portaloo, the floor of a bus, in disguise or making replica wristbands; Marcus sneaks into music festivals, and takes his camera where it's not allowed. He gets chucked out, manhandled, even dropped 4 miles away by festival security (that's true), and just sneaks back in.

Is he strapped for cash? No. Marcus shoots for stations like HBO, creates music videos and even shot the cover for Mumford & Sons' last record. NO CAMERAS ALLOWED is a singular, conceptual thrill that seems to have captured a juvenile incandescene and made for a compelling piece of art.

Watch the trailer for NO CAMERAS ALLOWED below

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