The Light Surgeons are key players in the live cinema movement, producing works of complex live audio-visuals with a quasi-narrative and/or documentary form. They have also produced concert visuals, commercial productions, broadcast films and gallery installations. They have worked with artists and companies as diverse as The Rolling Stones, the National Maritime Museum, and Getty Images. In this interview director Chris Allen talks to Steve Gibson about their beginnings in the 1990s as analogue video performers, through to their development as concert visualists and finally to their more recent live cinema performances such as SuperEverything*.