Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Agenda Cultural - Buenos Aires
Festivales de Buenos Aires

Imagine Waking Up Tomorrow and All Music Has Disappeared

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Section: Panorama / Music

Premier latinoamericana

The film follows Bill Drummond, an anarchic punk spirit, in his search of new voices for his choir, formed by a group of amateurs who don’t rehearse or know how to read music. It’s a journey to the ground zero of music that innocently allows us to re-invent it. 

If we said that the nineties were Bill Drummond’s, we would be exaggerating a little, but there’s no such thing as hyperbole when referring to the co-founder of the famous situationist cell known as the KLF. Owners of an inexplicable control over their own destiny, the KLF triumphed when they decided it was time and, after merely 24 months, they put an end to their career in a heroic, unprecedented imploding process. More than two decades later, Drummond is back in business after forming The 17, an impossible choir built up randomly during a trip across the UK. His goal: creating a symphony that would not be recorded or heard by anyone outside The 17. And all of this comes from an irresistible premise: imagining waking up tomorrow and all music has disappeared. FG 

Other title/s: Imagina despertar mañana y que toda la música haya desaparecido
Year: 2015
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 86


D, G, DA: Stefan Schwietert F: Adrian Stähli E: Frank Brummundt, 
Florian Miosge S: Dieter Meyer, Jean Pierre Gerth M: Bill Drummond P: Cornelia Seitler, Brigitte Hofer, Helge Albers PE: Cornelia Seitler
CP: Maximage, Flying Moon I: Bill Drummond


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Stefan Schwietert

He was born in Germany in 1961, but grew up in Switzerland. He studied filmmaking at the California Art Institute and the DFFB in Berlin. He founded the production company Neapel Film and directed several documentaries, including Accordion Tribe (2004), Heimatklänge (2007) and Balkan Melodie (2012).

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