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Live Soundtracks

Live Soundtrack

Mathieu Ha

Matthieu Ha & Fred Chemama, 2013, BE, live, st fr & ang, 2 x 45'

Married to himself

After the memorable debut of his multidimensional series “The Wedding With Oneself”, Matthieu Ha comes back with a second episode continuing his original adventures! After a daydream featuring a vicious turtle with a penis head, Matthieu Ha married to himself on December 21st 2010 according to his “Bangkok Peace Manifest”. Surrounded by the ingeniously orchestrated projections and multiple screens of his accomplice Mira Vision (Fred Chemama), Matthieu Ha plays and sings relentlessly, with his accordion, a Lo-Fi keyboard and guest musicians: Grégoire Tirtiaux on gembri and Bari sax and Greg Remy on electric guitar.
So he tells, in an imaginary language (subtitled in 3 languages including Chinese), the story of his metamorphose while encountering an absurd and poetic, yet very authentic “philosophical pornography”. A round show that will surprise you as much with its hypnotic music as with its metaphoric projections composed of Matthieu Ha’s movies shot in Brussels and China, witnessing an intimate quest into the meanders of his Eurasian roots.
A must see you have no excuse to miss since there are 3 performances exclusively scheduled at Cinema Nova.

09.05 > 21:00 + 11.05 > 21:00 + 12.05 > 18:00
7,5€ / 6€


Live Soundtrack

Dementia

John Parker, 1955, US, HD, live, , 56'

Comeback to Nova of an everlasting movie, the only cinematographic work of John Parker. Unique piece with an emphasis on psychology, it tells the story of a woman lost in a fantasy labyrinth between murder, memories and exuberant sensuality.
Censorship: in 1955, considered as amoral, the film is banned from the screens and excluded of arts circuits. It reappears in 1958, truncated, renamed and with a voice-over. Subversive, the movie troubles, intrigues, and arouses curiosity.
Movie of reference for David Lynch or John Waters, its screening at Paris “Etrange Festival” in 2011 left a mark on the imagination of NonNon band members, who decided to work on a new soundtrack. Blending cinema music, background music and various sound effects with throbbing rhythms, NonNon proposes a live performance that clings to the film’s aesthetics in order to have you dive into the twists and turns of “Dementia”.

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17.05 > 22:00
7,5€ / 6€


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