featuring Scanner, David Shea + others
Thursday Nov 9 - Saturday November 11, Brisbane Powerhouse
SOUND POLAROIDS FESTIVAL
A Festival celebrating the sound of vision in cinema.
Truly beautiful imagery and deeply evocative sound by acclaimed international and Australian artists.
In Brisbane for the first time, reportage is a dynamic cinematic experience featuring photo essays by Australia‚Äôs best photojournalists and documentary photographers set to a moving soundtrack.
ANG FANG QUARTET
Experience the classic Charlie Chaplin comedy The Gold Rush the way it was meant to be seen - with a musical score performed live in the cinema by the extraordinary Ang Fang Quartet. Red hot swing meets slapstick in this night of hilarious entertainment. A 2006 Melbourne International Comedy Festival favourite.
Get excited. Daft Punk, the elusive and reclusive French electro duo of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo have created a psychedelic musical and visual odyssey about the quest of two robots to become human. This is the Australian premiere of Daft Punk‚Äôs directorial debut.
SCANNER: 52 SPACES & DAVID SHEA
Internationally respected UK sound artist Scanner uses the seductive conversation, musical fragments and city soundscapes to create an homage to Italian film director Michelangelo Antonioni and his city of Rome. With The Eclipse (1962) as the focus, Antonioni‚Äôs classic film is reflected back to the audience in harmonics, hushed voices and sound effects.
New York composer David Shea is a master of collage and reinvention. Symphony of Scenes is a unique electronic music spectacle celebrating the visuals of iconic film auteurs including Sam Fuller, John Cassevetes and King Hu and the sound/composition of giants Bernard Hermman and Toru Takamitsu.
ENGULFED BY A MILLION ATOMS
This installation by Melbourne media and sound artist, Bruce Mowson was inspired by the 60s TV series, The Time Tunnel in
Cost: Tickets from $15
Box Office: 3358 8600
Event Date/s: Thu 09 Nov 2006 - Sat 11 Nov 2006