SDLX! Jazz Festival 上映プログラム

2012/11/19 月曜日

SDLX! Jazz Festival Screening ProgramSDLX! Jazz Festival 上映プログラム

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今回日本初上映となる Concert for Fukushima(ドイツ/オーストリア 2012年、105分)、他 貴重なジャズフィルムを一気に楽しめるSuperDeluxe! Jazz Festival 2012上映プログラム!11/18にご来場頂いたお客様はなんと無料でお楽しみいただけます!

上映:Concert for Fukushima(ドイツ/オーストリア 2012年、105分)、他

「Concert for Fukushima」日本初上映!
ペーター・ブロッツマン Chicago Tentet
plus guests:
近藤等則
八木美知依
大友良英
坂田明

Concert film, Germany / Austria 2012, 105 minutes
Directed by Pavel Borodin
Featuring: Johannes Bauer, Jeb Bishop, ペーター・ブロッツマン, マッツ・グフタクソン, Per- Âke Holmlander, Kent Kessler, 近藤等則, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Joe McPhee, ポール・ニルセン・ラヴ, 大友良英, 坂田明, Ken Vandermark, 八木美知依, Michael Zerang.

It was a special wish of the curator of the 2011 Music Unlimited Festival (Wels, Austria), Peter Brötzmann, to organize a charity concert in aid of the Fukushima nuclear disaster recovery effort. For that purpose, the Chicago Tentet, one of Brötzmann’s main bands since 15 years, invited four leading Japanese musicians to play with them for one set of approximately 25 minutes each. And it turned out to be a highlight of the festival that certainly was not short of highlights.
Half of the proceeds raised from this benefit concert were donated to the Japanese organization “Save Takata”, which is implementing restoration activities centred around the city of Rikuzentakata, where enormous losses were suffered following the Japan earthquake of March 11, 2011. The other half went to “Project Fukushima!”, a multi-faceted long-term project launched, among others, by Yoshihide Otomo and determined to turn Fukushima, a name which now has a stigma attached to it worldwide, into a positive word.
[Save Takata](http://www.savetakata.org)
[プロジェクトFukushima!](http://www.pj-fukushima.jp)
[Music Unlimited Festival](http://www.musicunlimited.at)
[Kulturverein Waschaecht](http://www.waschaecht.at)
[Pavel Borodin](http://www.pavelborodin.com)
[PanRec](http://www.panrec.com)
[Trost Records](http://www.trost.at)

Director biography
Pavel Borodin was born in Moscow in 1974. Since 1997 he lives in Germany. Studied applied mathematics and computer science in Moscow, Tübingen and Bonn; PhD in computer science. Since 2005 he works as director, producer, cameraman and editor on various independent video projects, mainly music related, focusing on contemporary jazz and free improvisation. He runs the music video label PanRec.
Director filmography:
Ensemble 4’33”: Live at Loft (concert film, 2005, 78 min.)
The Residents: The Kid Who Collected Crimes! (music video, 2006, 2 min.)
Elliott Sharp: The Velocity of Hue. Live in Cologne (concert film, 2007, 76 min.)
Sylvie Courvoisier: Live at Loft (concert film, 2007, 9 min.)
Ship Lock (documentary, 2008, 11 min.)
Speak Easy: The Loft Concert (concert film, 2008, 74 min.)
Dee Forstei (filmed stage production, 2010, 80 min.)
Unlimited 23 (music documentary, 2011, 123 min.)
Elliott Sharp and Scott Fields: Ostryepolya (concert films, 2011, 44 min. + 43 min.)
The Feral Voice (music documentary, 2012, 17 min.)
Comicoperando in Amsterdam (music documentary, 2012, 38 min.)
Requiem for a Baby Grand (filmed art performance, 2012, 61 min.)
Concert for Fukushima (concert film, 2012, 105 min.)

Screening: Concert for Fukushima Germany / Austria 2012, 105 minutes), and more!? 「Concert for Fukushima」Japan premiere Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet plus guests: Toshinori Kondo Michiyo Yagi Yoshihide Otomo Akira Sakata Concert film, Germany / Austria 2012, 105 minutes Directed by Pavel Borodin Featuring: Johannes Bauer, Jeb Bishop, Peter Brötzmann, Mats Gustafsson, Per- Âke Holmlander, Kent Kessler, Toshinori Kondo, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Joe McPhee, Paal Nilssen-Love, Yoshihide Otomo, Akira Sakata, Ken Vandermark, Michiyo Yagi, Michael Zerang. It was a special wish of the curator of the 2011 Music Unlimited Festival (Wels, Austria), Peter Brötzmann, to organize a charity concert in aid of the Fukushima nuclear disaster recovery effort. For that purpose, the Chicago Tentet, one of Brötzmann's main bands since 15 years, invited four leading Japanese musicians to play with them for one set of approximately 25 minutes each. And it turned out to be a highlight of the festival that certainly was not short of highlights. Half of the proceeds raised from this benefit concert were donated to the Japanese organization "Save Takata", which is implementing restoration activities centred around the city of Rikuzentakata, where enormous losses were suffered following the Japan earthquake of March 11, 2011. The other half went to "Project Fukushima!", a multi-faceted long-term project launched, among others, by Yoshihide Otomo and determined to turn Fukushima, a name which now has a stigma attached to it worldwide, into a positive word. [Save Takata](http://www.savetakata.org) [Projiect Fukushima!](http://www.pj-fukushima.jp) [Music Unlimited Festival](http://www.musicunlimited.at) [Kulturverein Waschaecht](http://www.waschaecht.at) [Pavel Borodin](http://www.pavelborodin.com) [PanRec](http://www.panrec.com) [Trost Records](http://www.trost.at) Director biography Pavel Borodin was born in Moscow in 1974. Since 1997 he lives in Germany. Studied applied mathematics and computer science in Moscow, Tübingen and Bonn; PhD in computer science. Since 2005 he works as director, producer, cameraman and editor on various independent video projects, mainly music related, focusing on contemporary jazz and free improvisation. He runs the music video label PanRec. Director filmography: Ensemble 4'33'': Live at Loft (concert film, 2005, 78 min.) The Residents: The Kid Who Collected Crimes! (music video, 2006, 2 min.) Elliott Sharp: The Velocity of Hue. Live in Cologne (concert film, 2007, 76 min.) Sylvie Courvoisier: Live at Loft (concert film, 2007, 9 min.) Ship Lock (documentary, 2008, 11 min.) Speak Easy: The Loft Concert (concert film, 2008, 74 min.) Dee Forstei (filmed stage production, 2010, 80 min.) Unlimited 23 (music documentary, 2011, 123 min.) Elliott Sharp and Scott Fields: Ostryepolya (concert films, 2011, 44 min. + 43 min.) The Feral Voice (music documentary, 2012, 17 min.) Comicoperando in Amsterdam (music documentary, 2012, 38 min.) Requiem for a Baby Grand (filmed art performance, 2012, 61 min.) Concert for Fukushima (concert film, 2012, 105 min.)

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