Chris Walter/WireImageA new documentary titled Get All That Ant? that features rare film footage and photos of late Pink Floyd founder Syd Barrett will premiere during the U.K.’s Cambridge Film Festival, which runs from October 20 to October 27. The movie will be part of a series of films focusing on Barrett, Pink Floyd and the psychedelic ’60s era that’ll be shown at the festival October 21.

Described as a free-form documentary, Get All That Ant? was directed by a one-time school friend of Barrett’s and fellow art student named Anthony Stern, who incorporated rare live audio recordings and never-before-seen film footage and photographs dating from 1963 to 1970 that he’d stored in his cellar for decades. Besides Barrett and Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, The Doors and Donovan appear in the footage and pics. The movie also features some of Syd’s friends, musical collaborators and former girlfriends.

Stern decided to make the movie after he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, which he says “encouraged me to make sense of the last 50 years of my life.” He explains that the film is an homage to the 1960s era, “capturing the dreams, memories and reflections that sprung from a moment when we really thought we could change the world.”

Get All That Ant? will be screened at the Cambridge Guildhall in Cambridge, U.K., on October 21 at 7 p.m. local time.

Cambridge Film Festival also will present a number of other Barrett-related events in conjunction with a previously announced celebration of the musician’s life and work. They include an October 27 concert of Syd’s music at the Cambridge Corn Exchange, and a public art piece sanctioned by Barrett’s family that will be unveiled that same day at the venue.

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