Exhibiton Space

Vincent Moon: Waiting for the Tsunami

music documentary 74' 2011

Waiting for the Tsunami is a collaboration between French filmmaker Vincent Moon and the Argentinean-Colombian duo Lulacruza. The project documents a series of travels through Colombia while listening to the voices of the land and its people. They traveled with sound recording engineer Andrés Velasquez and met with local folkloric musicians on the road, making new music inspired by the sounds of each place. They visited some essential places in the cultural landscape: the ancient Muisca territory of Cota and Juaica; the rivers in the Pacific rainforest; the sacred Sierra Nevada and Tayrona beaches on the Caribbean coast; the urban hoods of Cali, Buenaventura, Bogotá, Santa Marta and Cartagena; the Wayuu people’s desert of La Guajira; and Palenque, the mystical heart of Afro-Colombia.

In original language, with English subtitle.

A:Normal Sessions: Videoklipek élőben (A:Normal Sessions: Music Videos Live)

An alchemy of vibration and light straight From the beating heart of Hungary the Anormal sessions is a blog and live music video project founded by experimental film maker Vandad Kashefi. Working in all genres, our mission is film Live music videos for all the most interesting musical acts in Hungary and beyond.

What is a live music video? Let’s start with what it is not, it’s not a concert video and it’s not a music video where the music is prerecorded. It is a music video where the music and the video are recorded during the same shoot. All the creative expression of a Music video and the unparalleled honesty of a live musical performance mixed into one.

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