Sunday 17 July 2016, 7pm

Sculpting Time: Audio Landscapes in the Works of Andrei Tarkovsky

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As part of Sculpting Time, the major new touring retrospective of the films of Andrei Tarkovsky, Cafe OTO will be hosting a panel discussion exploring the use of music and sound in the Russian auteur’s iconic works.

The panel will be chaired by Frances Morgan, who is an electronic music historian, a contributing editor of The Wire and writes about film, sound and music for Sight & Sound. She will be in conversation with fellow writers Sam Davies and Juliet Jacques,  and composer and artist Trevor Mathison who produced the soundtrack for At the Graveside of Tarkosvky in 2012, an installation he worked on with his long-time collaborator John Akomfrah. More panelists to be announced.
This special event is in association with The Wire as part of the Sculpting Time season which is presented by Curzon Artificial Eye with the support of the BFI, awarding funds from The National Lottery.

ANDREI TARKOVSKY

One of world’s most visionary, celebrated and influential filmmakers, Andrei Tarkovsky made just seven features before his tragically early death at the age of 54. Characterised by metaphysical and spiritual explorations of the human condition, each film is an artistic masterpiece of extraordinary visual beauty and stand as enduring classics of world cinema.

You can watch the films at cinemas across the UK and online at Curzon Home Cinema.

More at tarkovsky.co.uk

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