Lucian Busse – Visual Memory and Identity of Berlin Music Scenes

     |    Friday January 9th, 2015

Lucian Busse, who documented the vibrant Chinese punk rock scene as cinematographer (BEIJING BUBBLES) and director (THE JOYSIDE OF EUROPE), is also involved in the visualization of alternative music in his hometown of Berlin. Busse’s documentary BERLINIZED  is a personal remembrance of a underground music, club and art scene based in Mitte which emerged in 

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More HOME RECORDINGS in Super 8 and on mp3

     |    Friday April 22nd, 2011

  HOME RECORDINGS by director Mari Soppela is a documentary chronicling the dissolution of her marriage to producer-musician Leo Anemaet. Somewhat along the lines of “Scenes from a Marriage” or “5×2″ meets “Let It Be” (a film which documents the Beatles recording their last released album while growing increasingly estranged in the process, ready for 

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L’Oeuf Raide – Electro from Lyon Made in Berlin-Neukölln

     |    Tuesday February 8th, 2011

The influx of international musicians to Berlin is reaching new heights. It currently rivals the David Bowie/Iggy Pop sojourn in 70s Schöneberg. Or the 80s, when half of the Melbourne postpunk scene (Nick Cave, Jim “Foetus” Thirlwell et al.) hung and strung out in the Wall City, or when Martin Gore of synthpoppers Depeche Mode 

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Radical Acts: Skype Interview with Gretchen Phillips

     |    Wednesday February 2nd, 2011

RADICAL ACT producer Erin Donovan catches up with iconic singer-songwriter Gretchen Phillips via Skype, 15 years after Radical Act’s completion . They discuss her music’s mission, ‘out’ gay musicians, Mercury phases, online vs. really being there and more. >