Leading up to the festival, we have more and more films to add to our program.
Read about them here to get into the mood!
In New Hampshire, a legend is buried. GG Allin, the most outrageous singer in rock’n roll history, known for defecating on stage, fighting and having sex with the audience. He died a mythological death from a heroin overdose in 1993, aged 37. Directed by the award-winning director Sami Saif, The Allins is a loving and entertaining look at the family of the departed rock singer.
After the screening, a concert by New Berlin will follow in Pacific Parc which will be free accessible for all ticket holders of this screening.
REVOLUTION OF SOUND: TANGERINE DREAM
Edgar Froese, band leader of Tangerine Dream and pioneer of electronic music, is on a lifelong mission to find the ultimate sound. His constant quest takes him and his fellow band members to worldwide success. The film shows previously unreleased footage shot by the band leader himself. It’s a tribute to the musician Edgar Froese and the era of electronic music.
BRUK OUT! A DANCEHALL QUEEN DOCUMENTARY
Bruk Out! looks deep inside the raw, energetic world of Jamaican Dancehall culture through the eyes of the powerful women at its heart – Dancehall Queens. Often criticized for being lewd and aggressively sexual, these daring performers have turned Jamaican street dance into a massive global phenomenon.
In the week of the 16th of April the full program will be announced and you will be able to buy tickets for each show.