Filmed with 20 cameras at a headline show at Japan’s very own Glastonbury - Fujirock Festival - Don’t Think is the first time the full Chemical Brothers’ live experience has been captured on film. Directed by long-term visuals collaborator Adam Smith this full-length concert movie places cameras in the centre of the stage as well as at the very heart of the crowd to perfectly capture a fan’s eye view of the heightened emotional reactions of the audience seeing the band at their very best. During the film, Smith takes advantage of one of the most unique festival settings in the world following selected audience members away from the stage and out into the natural environment; transforming Don’t Think from concert film to fully immersive document of one of the most mind-bendingly psychedelic live shows ever seen. Shot on location on Sunday July 31st 2011, Don’t Think is the first concert film to feature Dolby 7:1, surround sound, mixed for the big screen by the band themselves. It is due to be shown on more than 500 screens in over 20 territories around the world with screenings across Canada on Jan 26th and again on Feb 1st.