George Lucas' THX 1138 will step from the screen to the stage for one night only in Edinburgh next month.
Bringing the film to life, the Asian Dub Foundation will perform a live score to the film at the Usher Hall on Saturday, October 17
Before the release of Star Wars, THX 1138 was George Lucas's debut sci-fi film, depicting a subterranean world in the 25th century.
Despite the film's world-renowned director, the film has never moved beyond the status of underground cult classic since its release in 1971.
Taking on the task of live soundtracking the film, the Asian Dub Foundation blend punk rock, electronic beats, reggae, bhangra and hip-hop.
The group, who have been together for more than 20 years, are no strangers to bringing film scores to life having also performed live soundtracks for La Haine and The Battle of Algiers.
The Usher Hall showing will begin with a short interview screening from the original film's sound designer Walter Murch, followed by the live set from 9pm.
Tickets for the show are priced at £18.50 and are available to book online.