By Eric Eidelstein | Indiewire April 9, 2014 at 1:02PM
Following 25 years in the music scene and over 10 million records sold, Britpop band Pulp says goodbye in "Pulp: A Film About Life, Death, And Supermarkets," a SXSW-screened documentary that has just been picked up by Oscilloscope Laboratories.
The documentary not only takes a look at behind-the-scene footage of Pulp's concert performances, but incorporates interviews from people who reside in the band's hometown of Sheffield. It's a look at more than just the band, but at the city, movement and industry.
“We were enamored by "Pulp" from the moment it started. As fans, we felt predisposed to appreciate it, but couldn’t have been more thrilled to experience a film that did so much more than simply showcase a band that we like," Dan Berger and David Laub of Oscilloscope said.
Oscilloscope also owns the rights to "Teenage," a documentary in theaters now.
"Pulp: A Film About Life, Death, And Supermarkets" will continue to play in festivals before a theatrical release date later this year.