Give Me Future features behind-the-scenes footage of last year’s groundbreaking concert.

On March 6 2016, Major Lazer performed a free concert in Havana that drew in a crowd of almost half a million people and saw the trio make history as one of the first US acts to play in Cuba following the diplomatic thaw.

The historic event has now been made into a documentary, Give Me Future, which is set to premiere at Utah’s Sundance Film Festival on January 27.

Directed by New York-based director Austin Peters, Give Me Future takes a behind-the-scenes look at the concert, while exploring the country’s DIY information culture, as Variety reports.

It features a segment about Dany Garcia’s ‘El Paquete Semanal’, an entrepreneur who uses hotel internet connections to download and store pirate movies, music and TV shows on a one terabyte hard drive, which is then shared to the country through an unofficial channel as internet access in Cuba is still severely restricted.

There’s no trailer yet for the film but you can watch clips of the concert below.

A couple people came out for @majorlazer in Havana.

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