There will be a one-time, special screening of Marion Neumann’s This Moment is Not the Same (Germany/Switzerland 2010) at the Tel Aviv Cinematheque on February 19, 2011 at 19:00, sponsored by the Goethe Institute Tel Aviv, with Neumann in attendance.
The 98 minute art film in six languages (Arabic, English, French, German, Hebrew and Japanese – with English subtitles) is a multi-facted, multi-voiced collage that focuses on the alternative art project that took place in the “jourparjour” community in Switzerland over the course of three years. 300 artists in different disciplines from all over the world, exploring the human potential, creating space for art through the adventures and frictions of daily life in the “Laboratoire Village Nomade” – the film reflects this unusual experience and spirit.
The evening will open with a performance by pianist/composer/improvisor MISA SHIMOMURA, who is arriving in Israel for this screening. Following the film, director Marion Neumann and actress Raida Adon (one of the participants in the project) will hold a discussion in English.
Tel Aviv Cinematheque, 2 Sprintzak Street, Tel Aviv. 03-6060800
This Moment is Not the Same (Germany/Switzerland 2010)
Direction, Editing, Cinematography: Marion Neumann
Script: Laboratoire Village Nomade, Ayako Mogi, Werner Penzel, Marion Neumann
Original Sound: Juliet Forster, Marion Neumann
Music Recordings: Misa Shimomura, Sudhu Tewari, MC Brzytwa
Second Camera: Ayako Mogi
Sound-Mix: Max Rammler, Sound Design: Christoph von Schonburg
Color-Grading: Christoph Walther, REC-TV Bern, Titles: Zoe Bucher
Music: Fred Frith, Balts Nil, The Young Gods, Madame P. Misa Shimomura, Barry Guy, Maya Homburger, MC Brzytwa, Sudhu Tewari, Kristoff.K.Roll, Theresa Wong, Shirley Anne Hoffman
Production: Werner Penzel Filmproduktion jourparjour cie, Supported By: Balzli & Fahrer Filmproduktion GmbH & HFF Munche