In a staggeringly beautiful partnership, the fine folks at Little White Lies - the best and most beautiful film magazine around - will be curating the cinema tent at this year's beautiful Green Man Festival, so you beautiful people can watch even more beautiful people on a big screen in the middle of the beautiful Welsh countryside. Honestly, I expect your eyes to melt because of all the beauty.

Boasting an impressive programme of 14 films over the four days (August 14th - 17th) with a heavy focus on music (of course), some of the cinema tent's highlights include: 'Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets', a documentary about the Sheffield legends that, in the vein of the LCD Soundsystem film 'Shut up and Play the Hits' is ordered around their monumental homecoming gig in 2012; 'Frank', Lenny Abrahamson's entertaining film about the relationship between art and commerce that's loosely based on Frank Sidebottom, as well as Captain Beefheart an Daniel Johnston (which actually hits cinemas tomorrow); the documentary 'Mistaken for Strangers' directed by The National's Tom Berninger which begins as a traditional band documentary but evolves into something else entirely; and 'American Interior', the documentary about Gruff Rhys tracking the life of a relative from the 1700s across America, playing gigs and doing Gruff Rhys related things.

And if you're sick of music during the festival, there are screening of the wonderful animation 'It's Such a Beautiful Day', Ealing's macabre classic 'Kind Hearts & Coronets', and, for the Adam & Joe fans among you, Bronhon's infamous 'Taffin. All of which have absolutely nothing to do with music. Although, if you're sick of music at a music festival, I do question why you'd spend so much money to attend a music festival in the first place.

Anyway, more information about the cinema tent can be found here. You can buy tickets for Green Man here. And if you've never come across Little White Lies before, I urge you to check them out here.