Tag Archives: rhythm

Alfred Fauchet, à droite, à gauche

Alfred veut se désencombrer mais s’éparpille, sa voiture avance mais trop vite. Alfred wants to get rid of things, but gets lost in the process. The car is moving, but too fast. Animated and directed by Mathieu Georis Price and … Continue reading

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Moses Boyd | Stranger Than Fiction (Director’s Cut)

Warning: video contains flashing images. The brief spoke of ‘hyper-musicality’. Outside of the obvious, this got us thinking about how might a sound ‘look’? What are our instruments, as filmmakers? First though, we had to set the mood and feel … Continue reading

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This Father-Daughter Duo Are Beatboxing Pros

Before Nicole was born, Ed was already laying down the tracks for his daughter to follow. As a beatbox artist, Ed was busting beats while Nicole was still in the womb. Today, the father-daughter duo jam together as “The Mentor” … Continue reading

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The smallest stage in the world …Armin Küpper : “A rainy day in the tube” Saxophon in a pipe

A rainy day in the tube – Armin Küpper (Projekt : Tubesound ) If you want to send me something for this lonely concert, thank you!!! https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr… When I started my bike that day to make music, the sky still … Continue reading

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HELIN

If an aesthetic object is created without any human purpose, do we witness an accidental product of nature or do we perceive new forms of artificial intentions? The sculpture Helin embodies an organic data mirror emerging from our collective historical … Continue reading

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Now Is the Time

When internationally renowned Haida carver Robert Davidson was only 22 years old, he carved the first new totem pole on British Columbia’s Haida Gwaii in almost a century. On the 50th anniversary of the pole’s raising, Haida filmmaker Christopher Auchter … Continue reading

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A Mind Sang

A short film about perception, rebirth and transformation. “A Mind Sang” is the winner of the Vimeo Staff Pick Award at the 2020 Annecy International Animation Film Festival. Read more about it on the Vimeo blog: vimeo.com/blog/post/staff-pick-award-a-mind-sang-vier-nev/ A Mind Sang … Continue reading

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Hermeto Pascoal & Grupo – São Paulo – Bem Brasil (2003)

00:01 01 – Entrando Pelos Canos/O ovo 04:26 02 – Um pouquinho de tudo 15:11 03 – Porê porê 22:04 04 – Apresentação 23:24 05 – Irmãos Latinos Hermeto Pascoal – Maestral magic Itiberê Zwarg – Foundation André Marques – … Continue reading

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Hermeto Pascoal | Depois do baile (Hermeto Pascoal) | Instrumental Sesc Brasil

Ao completar 80 anos em 2016, o alagoano salta e dança no palco como se fosse um menino. Multi-instrumentista, o mestre toca teclado, piano, flauta-baixo, escaleta, sanfona 8 baixos, porcos, chaleira, berrante e uma infinidade de instrumentos ao lado de … Continue reading

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CHRONOS

PREMIERING ON DIRECTOR’S NOTES: directorsnotes.com/2020/06/08/andre-chocron-chronos/ The future catches up with the past when two young physicists have a scientific breakthrough one night in a pub, trapping all the patrons of the pub in what seems to be a fatal time … Continue reading

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