Nils D’Aulaire

Member of the band "Future Folk"

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Nils d'Aulaire is a composer and actor, known for The History of Future Folk (2012), Super Powers (2006) and Clubophobia (2009).

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The History of Future Folk is movie about space aliens who come to earth to destroy it, but end up playing bluegrass instead.

Future Folk

The History of Future Folk is movie about space aliens who come to earth to destroy it, but end up playing bluegrass instead.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The “History of Future Folk” is movie about space aliens who come to earth to destroy it, but end up playing bluegrass instead.

Future Folk

The “History of Future Folk” is movie about space aliens who come to earth to destroy it, but end up playing bluegrass instead.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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