SlottsbiografenThursday, 27 October 21:00
SlottsbiografenFriday, 28 October 21:00
Streams of consciousness flowing from mind to screen, with both painted image and sound scracthed directly on the 35 mm film, Visual Music for the hip hop generation.
A COLOUR BOX
Cuban dance music accompanies Len Lye’s energetic colour streaks in his first cameraless film.
A classic proto-music video, combining footage of a nude woman with a pearl necklace, cartoons and newsreel footage of atomic bomb explosions, all set to Ray Charles’ ”What’d I Say.”
Politically charged high speed montage to Lena Horne’s incendiary and prohibited civil rights song.
Molecular structures and astronomical events mixed with sensual, spiritual, and subjective phenomena – all happening simultaneously in this classic visual experiment.
A ROCK ’N’ ROLL FILM
An energetic and exhilarating montage of the mid-60s rock ’n’ roll scene. A pop newsreel montage of dreams and memories.
JOIN THE FREEDOM FORCE – CASIO HALBZEIT
Set to the groove-heavy, driving chorus by Knalpot, protesters strike out and are struck back in a dance of police brutality and a wild rally of freedom seekers.
THE GRATEFUL DEAD
Award-winning and climactic collage of the band on and off stage. A psychedelic protorockumentary that was shown at countless concerts.
Jefre Cantu-Ledesma meets Dario Argento in a vertiginous San Francisco in this part drip painting, part contour drawing, and part cubist collage piece.
THE FRIED BRAIN OF PUPILJA FERKE – VERK
East meets west in an acid-drenched encounter with male counciousness on the verge of breakdown.
AXIS OF EVIL
George W. Bush’s speech about the axis of evil is sung to the melody of a Jermaine Jackson/ Pia Zadora duet.
BURKA BOOGIE WOOGIE
You can’t see the dancer’s moves! The burka leads a life of its own, playing with the fear of islam.
Set to to the sounds of Tracie Morris’s Africa, comes an ode to the freedom of movement and expression, challenging the way we represent our narratives.