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Sound On Screen Music Film Festival 2019 – Labia Theatre, Cape Town

For 9 years the Sound On Screen Music Film Festival has brought the audience a thrilling fusion of these two arts (at the Labia Theatre). 26 - 28 April 2019 will again see an eclectic blend of music themed movies and documentaries not set for any cinema screen in South Africa, any time soon.

From to 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

For 9 years the Sound On Screen Music Film Festival has brought the audience a thrilling fusion of these two arts (at the Labia Theatre). 26 – 28 April 2019 will again see an eclectic blend of music themed movies and documentaries not set for any cinema screen in South Africa, any time soon.
Full line-up below (incl. rock, industrial, metal, techno & legends)

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The Line-Up:
– booking at www.quicket.co.za/organisers/572-sound-on-screen-music-film-festival

Friday 26 April
8:30pm – FREDDIE MERCURY – THE KING OF QUEEN (SA premiere)

Saturday 27 April
6:15pm – INDUSTRIAL SOUNDTRACK FOR THE URBAN DECAY (1st SA screening)
8:30pm – WAYNE’S WORLD (27th anniversary Dress-Up Screening Party)

Sunday 28 April
6:15pm – PARIS/BERLIN : 20 YEARS OF UNDERGROUND TECHNO (1st SA screening)
8:30pm – LORDS OF CHAOS (SA premiere)

FREDDIE MERCURY – THE KING OF QUEEN
Friday 26 April, 8:30pm
SA premiere.
Renowned as one of the greatest performers of the 20th century, Freddie Mercury pushed the boundaries of art and music as he led his band Queen to international stardom.
This new documentary looks at the man, his life and music, music industry figures adding their perspective to his legend. His limitless vocal power and extravagant performances shocked and wowed audiences around the world but out of the spotlight he was incredibly private. With exclusive interviews and footage (on and off stage) we uncover the story of Freddie Mercury and how a shy boy from Zanzibar became one of the most iconic figures in modern history.
Directed by Jordan Hill
(supplied by Entertain ME UK)
Book now at www.quicket.co.za/events/71711-freddie-mercury-the-king-of-queen

INDUSTRIAL SOUNDTRACK FOR THE URBAN DECAY
Saturday 27 April, 6:15pm
A detailed documentary look at the very unique and multi-facetted Industrial music genre, tracing its origins and taking you on a journey through the crumbling industrial cities of Europe to America’s thriving avant-garde scene.
Some assume the Industrial genre is nothing but noise – far from it. This documentary also highlights the nuances of this formidable alternative music style.
Features interviews and music from Psychic TV, Throbbing Gristle, NoN, Cabaret Voltaire, Re/Search Publications, V. Vale, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Chris Carter, Hula, Orphx, SPK, Test Dept., Industrial Records, Boyd Rice, Dirk Ivens, The Klinik, Z’EV, In The Nursery, Sonar and many more.
Directed by Travis Collins, Amélie Ravalec
First SA cinema screening.
Book at www.quicket.co.za/events/71343-industrial-soundtrack-for-the-urban-decay

WAYNE’S WORLD anniversary dress-up screening
Saturday 27 April, 8:30pm
Join us for a most excellent 25th anniversary (+ 2!) dress-up screening!
Many missed this classic rock comedy on its original bodacious cinema release 27 years ago. So dudes an dudettes, (while not a prerequisite), come dressed as your favourite real and fictional Wayne’s World character hero, villain or musician – from Wayne, Garth, Cassandra, Wayne’s Dreamwoman, or Stacy, to Rob Lowe’s yuppie, Alice Cooper, Meat Loaf, Robert Patrick’s T2 bad cop, Officer Koharski, or any random Wayne’s World rock T-shirt wearing fan! Bad wigs welcome!
And what the hell, come dressed as someone from Wayne’s World 2 if you want to! (like Christopher Walken, Jim Morrison, Cassandra’s dad, any member from Aerosmith, Rip Taylor, a roadie… you name it!)
And yes, if everyone joins in on Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, it will be totally awesome!
Book now: www.quicket.co.za/events/71275-waynes-world-dress-up-screening

PARIS/BERLIN : 20 YEARS OF UNDERGROUND TECHNO
Sunday 28 April, 6:15pm
From secret Parisian parties to Berlin’s infamous Berghain club, Paris/Berlin documents the underground movement of techno through the lens of two different cities. The documentary traces the evolution of techno telling the stories of the DJ’s, producers, label managers, promoters, record shops and distributors that have stayed true to its original spirit.
With Laurent Garnier, Regis, Adam X, Function, Lucy, Ancient Methods, Nick Höppner, Terence Fixmer, Tama Sumo, Dasha Rush, Milton Bradley, Lupo, Tobias Rapp and many more.
Directed by Amélie Ravalec
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Book at: www.quicket.co.za/events/71344-parisberlin-20-years-of-underground-techno

LORDS OF CHAOS (South African Premiere)
Sunday 28 August, 8:30pm
Based on truth and lies.
In the early ‘90s a new musical genre (germinated in the ’80s) rose from Norway: Black Metal
With dark, occult imagery, the renowned black and white corpsepaint and strong anti-Christian sentiments, the abrasive and challenging music went beyond imagery into true darkness, not only resulting in church burnings, but also violence, suicide and murder.
Directed by Jonas Åkerlund (known for Rammstein and Madonna music videos and films like Spun and Polar), he was also in fact a member of early Swedish Black Metal legends Bathory.
Starring Rory Culkin, Emory Cohen, Jack Kilmer, Sky Ferreira, Valter Skarsgård
Book now at www.quicket.co.za/events/70820-lords-of-chaos-sa-premiere

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