• 14 weeks ago by Monoduo Films

    Monoduo Films
    Where You're Meant To Be won Best International Documentary at In-Edit Barcelona 2017!
    Where You're Meant To Be won Best International Documentary at In-Edit
  • 16 weeks ago by Monoduo Films

    Monoduo Films
    "Electro Chaabi" + Activism in Music Panel While Egypt has traditionally been the beating heart of classical Arabic music, with legendary singers such as Oum Kalthoum and Abdel Halim Hafez, a new craze is taking over the Arab world’s most populous nation: Electro Chaabi. Inspired by the down-and-dirty music played at street parties and weddings, this new populist dance form combines a punk spirit with a hip hop attitude set against a furious cascade of drums, bass and electronic vocals.  The film is followed by a talk on Activism in Music: Artists’ role in moving societies. Panel includes musicians Islam Chipsy and Mahmoud Refat, Malek Khemiri - Tunisian rapper and movie maker and Niillas Holmberg, Sami poet and musician.
    Electro Chaabi screening at Insomnia Festival 2017
  • 17 weeks ago by Monoduo Films

    Monoduo Films
    Tom Berninger chronicles his time spent on the road as a member of the tour crew for The National, the rock & roll band fronted by his brother, Matt.
    Mistaken For Strangers - Pitchfork Music Festival Paris
  • 19 weeks ago by Monoduo Films

    Monoduo Films
    2nd and last show of Sonica Sequence at Wolf Kino tonight 8pm!
    Wolf
  • 21 weeks ago by Monoduo Films

    Monoduo Films
    Before the Internet, in the era of Evel Knievel, North America was fascinated with daredevils. Their outrageous stunts drew massive crowds and TV audiences. Canadian Ken Carter was a mildly successful showman who in 1976 hyped a feat so extreme it became the stuff of legend: with a rocket-powered car and a ramp, he planned to jump a one-mile span of the St. Lawrence River and land in a bed of roses. Fast forward to 2008. Vancouver musician Mark Haney decided Carter's epic stunt deserved a musical treatment in the form of a concept album for solo double bass. The Georgia Straight called it "utterly amazing and completely fucking ridiculous." Employing a symphony of archival footage, dramatic re-enactments, original interviews and musical numbers, John Bolton captures the insanity and humanity of these very different men, culminating in an operatic ode to creative risk-taking that throws caution to the wind.
    Aim For The Roses - Reeperbahn Festival
  • 22 weeks ago by Monoduo Films

    Monoduo Films
    5 of our films are playing Dokstation Film Festival this weekend! Far Western, Sonica Sequence, Where You're Meant To Be, We Don't Care About Music Anyway and I Dream Of Wires. Tonight after the I Dream of Wires screening there will be a lecture and set by Mute Records founder Daniel Miller.
    5 of our films are playing Dokstation Film Festival this weekend! Far
  • 28 weeks ago by Monoduo Films

    Monoduo Films
    Two Films Premiering at Melbourne IFF 2017
  • 49 weeks ago by Monoduo Films

    Monoduo Films
    If you're attending CPH:DOX don't miss Lisa Nordström's improv boat concert followed by the screening of SONICA SEQUENCE!
    CPH:DOX | Sonica Sequence Boat Trip
  • 72 weeks ago by Monoduo Films

    Monoduo Films
    “One of the best music documentaries to come out in years.”
    Twitch Film Before Bad Brains, the Sex Pistols or even the Ramones, there was Death. Formed in the early ’70s by three teenage brothers from Detroit, Death is credited as being the first black punk band, and the Hackney brothers, David, Bobby, and Dannis, are now considered pioneers in their field. But it wasn’t until recently — when a dusty 1974 demo tape made its way out of Bobby’s attic nearly 30 years after Death’s heyday — that anyone outside a small group of punk enthusiasts had even heard of them. Equal parts electrifying rockumentary and epic family chronicle, the story of Death is one of brotherly love and fierce, divinely inspired expression.
    A Band Called Death
  • 73 weeks ago by Monoduo Films

    Monoduo Films
    Three of our films are screening at the DokStation Music Documentary Film Festival in Bucharest, Romania this weekend - Pulp, Hot Sugar's Cold World and Mad Tiger! http://dokstation.ro/
    DokStation.ro | DokStation Music Documentary Film Festival 2016
  • 73 weeks ago by Monoduo Films

    Monoduo Films
    Hot Sugar's Cold World screening at Unerhört Musikfilmfestival in Hamburg this Friday!
    Unerhört! Musikfilmfestival - Melody of Noise - Hot Sugar’s Cold World
  • 85 weeks ago by Monoduo Films

    Monoduo Films
    Lo Sound Desert Will be released on July 1st on DVD and VOD - Preorder now! https://vimeo.com/on...nd/losounddesert
    Watch Lo Sound Desert Online | Vimeo On Demand