DJ, producer and radio host Terence drops by Tupper to change the way you experience cinema, with a live music set accompanied by the visuals of two short films from the 1920s: Regen and Ballet Mecanique.
Composer and producer Daniele Mana will perform a live score for an edit of Fritz Lang’s “Die Nibelungen: Siegfried”.
Mana prepared a cut of of Lang’s masterpiece enhancing the emotional drama of the heroes fighting between love and deception in a rich and mystical geometric universe where the characters play against vast architectural landscapes.
A deep journey through pre-Christian Germanic heroic motifs narrated by a musical emotional voice of the Mediterranean romanticism.
The project is brought by MUTEK.ES, international festival of digital creativity.
LST brings together the choreographer Moreno Bernardi and the composer Gigi Piscitelli to create a unique piece inspired by the cult film Blue, by Derek Jarman. A blue dance, both reassuring, and irritating that, through a live sound and musical collage, reveals an intimate diary of the body that dances. Moreno has presented his two previous works in Hiroshima, where he also develops his workshops on a regular basis. LiveSoundtracks has presented the cycle “Poetry in the Darkness”.
Curator: LiveSoundtracks (LST) | MEp – Moreno Bernardi
Dance/choreography: Moreno Bernardi
Music: Gigi Piscitelli
Space: MEATS ELISAVA
Production: LST- MEp
TD – Try Die is a visual and musical performance, formed by the presence of various elements of a narration. New and old music compositions played live by the artist and composer Emiliano Zelada and a projection of drawings specifically produced for the event by the artist Francesca Banchelli, who will also perform some of the voice pieces from the Twin Drive (Banchelli-Zelada)’s repertoire. All these elements are fragments of a story, but together they form a circularity that has no beginning nor an end, and in which the spectator is involved within a dialectic emotional development.
Between the video art and the video clip peripheral E.N.T.E. Descends to dystopia but ascends towards the pursuit of freedom and our place in reality.
With psychoanalytic and antipsychiatric background the tape is also a vehicle to articulate the soundtrack played live to create a total experience between cinema and music.
Jose Serrano aka Monsieur Papillon is a Spanish filmmaker, music selector and cultural agitator. He has spent the past decade wearing paths between Barcelona, London, Paris, Morrocco and Porto where he filmed his first feature movie “Barba de Deus”. For this “Cinematic Dj Set” he will select a collection of his favorite composers and directors that made music a central piece on their works. Jose presents eclectic mix of only the most suggestive and sublime songs of all genres, creating a dreamy sensation for both body and mind.