Screening Make a Silence-Musical Dialogues in Asia
DomDom and TPD, with the support of the British Council in Vietnam, are delighted to present the premiere screenings of MAKE A SILENCE – MUSICAL DIALOGUES IN ASIA
followed by a discussion and Q&A with London-based ethnomusicologist and filmmaker Barley Norton.
Time: two sessions – 7pm and 8:30pm, 2 Oct 2019 – please register in advance via https://tinyurl.com/yyn8utmk
Venue: TPD Centre, 51 Trần Hưng Đạo Street, Hanoi.
Free entry, limited seating (40 people each screening), so registration is required. To register, please see the URL above.
Any further information please contact Hải Anh: 0912 120 598
MAKE A SILENCE – MUSICAL DIALOGUES IN ASIA
30 minutes, 2019, directed by Barley Norton, edited by Louise Boer
Languages: English and Vietnamese, with English subtitles
“Make a Silence – A sensory feast of musical and visual experimentation”
The Hanoi New Music Festival 2018 was an historic event. It was the largest festival of exploratory forms of new music that has ever been held in Vietnam, and artists from countries across Southeast Asia and Japan came to Hanoi to participate. The film Make a Silence: Musical Dialogues in Asia showcases the diverse, multimedia performances that took place at the Festival, including sound art for theatre and video, underground music and free improvisation. Like the Festival itself, Make a Silence is a sensory feast of musical and visual exploration.
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