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THE SOUND OF BERLIN - BONAMAZE

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A Musical Video using original sounds of the city of Berlin. In only 6 days of shooting, BONAMAZE sampled more than 850 sounds!
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The triumph of freedom, 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

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Berlin, November 9, 1989. The eyes of the world are all focused on these walls that collapse and behind every blow, of pick or gun, there is anger who for 30 years lived in a nightmare and the hope that finally something is changing. Imagine going to sleep in a world that is no longer the same in the morning; a wall, initially made only of palisades and barbed wire, which yesterday was not there, now breaks your city in two. On the other hand there are your loved ones, friends, maybe even the person you love, but they tell you that you can no longer reach them. And if, after disbelief, try to cross the barrier, you are arrested and you risk your life too. Like Lothar and Jörg, 13 and 10 years old, who are only children, but this does not stop the hands of border soldiers who kill them with gunshots. Or Ida, who at 59 years old throws herself out of the window of her house, praying to fall on the right side, to reach her family and instead finds death. Between 1949 and 1961, about 2.5 million Germans passed from East Germany, under Soviet rule to West Germany controlled by France, the United Kingdom and the USA It was to put an end to this exodus that East Germany built the wall, which became one of the most majestic symbols of oppression: 155km for almost 4 meters high, at least 133 people killed by border police, only in Berlin, 105.5 km of antitank ditch, 302 guard towers with armed snipers, 20 bunkers, checked day and night. But the strength of one, which became that of many, opened cracks and that wall that broke into two even many lives eventually collapsed under the weight of the courage to fight. This is why today, 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, remembering also means honoring that people are still fighting to bring down those barriers, visible or not, that fuel hatred and divisions. Because "freedom", when you have insuperable borders that deprive you of it, is much more than a simple word.
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Loud Places

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WALLS THAT ONCE HOUSED NOISE | LIVING PORTRAITS OF DEAD MUSIC VENUES Loud Places captures three iconic venues in their current state - venturing inside a restaurant, a gym and a vaudeville theatre to explore the addresses that were once home to live music. Bringing together the performers, promoters and audience members that once made these places their sonic homes, we seek to reawaken the walls that once housed noise across London, Paris and Berlin. Originally premiered via Nowness, this extended cut was nominated for the Best Documentary Short Film award at the London Short Film Festival. Directed by Mathy & Fran
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labo.art - summer 2016

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After gaining creative experience in theatrical and fashion production, Ludovica Diligu founded Labo.art in Milan in 2006 and started producing her first, though limited, fashion collections. Hailling from a family of architects, Ludovica was brought up in an atmosphere of research into lines, volumes and geometry, styles that form the basis of her highly qualified profession. This is the reason why her creations are more like wearable architecture. Moving to Berlin the undisputed centre of the latest European artistic trends whilst remaining a staunch supporter of “made in Italy” production, has been the winning formula at the base of Ludovica’s success. www.laboart.com/
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