Posts tagged Mongolian

让电影充实你的礼拜天 // Sleepy Sunday: Get Your Fill of Films

哦……又到了礼拜天了,又到了就算什么都不做也不会心怀愧疚的时候。但是……就算我们想懒洋洋的耗过12个小时,现在是《觉》呢!今天我们会有很多部电影在北京上海双城放映,想必你也不会想错过吧。

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Lee Ranaldo 脱口问答时间(预约名额已满)

你一定不会在这场活动上打瞌睡!北京的观众你们能更好地体验到Lee Ranaldo《视而不见》演出的内涵,不妨问问Lee Ranaldo带着他的吉他环绕于观众时,被不同国家不同年龄的观众所包围时怎样的一种感受。

亚洲电影展 – 亚洲和中国短片展映

一开始这个活动是“中国短片展映”,但当我们发布征集令之后,我们收到了来自亚洲其他地区的短片。所以我们想“嘿!为何不把范围拓宽呢?”所以在本次短片展映活动中,你可以看到来自中国和亚洲的短片,点击标题查看详细活动内容。

蒙古电影《穿越成吉思汗圣土》放映及导演Javkha Ara见面会

从2013年开始,《觉》便积极地开始推广蒙古丰富多样的文化。今年,我们将要放映由导演Javkha Ara拍摄的《穿越成吉思汗圣土》,这是一部讲述新兴蒙古城市达尔汗的纪录片。

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亚洲电影周闭幕 -《飞吧,金同志!》

这也许是亚洲电影周期间最具有冲击力的电影:不但因为它拍摄于朝鲜,还在于它涉及到了具有争议性的性别角色与平等的社会话题。它是一部极具女性力量的电影,讲述了一个女人是如何释放梦想的力量,最终成为了一个高空秋千表演者。

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无解放映会特别篇:VICE呈现LCD Soundsystem纪录片

无解音乐网就像中国的Pitchfork,为大家提供国内外音乐的最新资讯,包括新闻,音乐评论等等。它不仅由铁杆乐迷所运营,而且也是为了乐迷而存在的,网站的运营者有信心引领音乐的潮流。不像其他普通的博客,无解音乐网还组织了不少线下活动,“无解放映会”就是其中之一,运营者还组成了义务劳动的字幕组,此外,无解音乐网还在上海大大小小的Live House举办小型现场演出。此次活动,在VICE的协助下,无解音乐网还将会带来一部音乐纪录片。

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The Groove编舞家展演

也许你刚刚参加了舞蹈工作坊,现在双脚已经累的不行了?不妨休息一下,看看专业人士带来的舞蹈吧。这个活动既是一个比赛,又像是一个舞蹈展演,你的投票就决定了冠军是谁。在两个小时的舞蹈比赛中,每个编舞者都会与观众分享自己的舞蹈体验。冠军由观众投票产生,奖品将会是5000人民币。

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通过手机或邮件订预售票,你可以在现场通过手机换取门票。
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《觉》表演xThe Shanghai Repertory Theatre呈现:Butch Bradley喜剧专场

今晚是Butch Bradley喜剧专场的最后一场啦,Butch的新作品灵感来自他待在上海这几个月的各种趣闻,包括他在Kung Fu Komedy的驻场的经验。在工作日来临之前,不妨再来喝一杯酒,在欢笑声中度过周末吧。

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Everyone knows the best thing about Sundays is that you can do absolutely nothing and not feel bad about it. But as much as we may be willing to vegetate for 12 hours, it is JUE, and we do have a bunch of stuff happening which would allow for both! Say…a couple of amazing films…

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The Artistic World of Lee Ranaldo RSVPs NOW CLOSED

Let’s start off with the one you won’t want to snooze to: The Artistic World of Lee Ranaldo. Beijingers have the advantage here, as they’ll get the chance to dig deeper into the Sight/Unseen concept. How about asking what Lee himself experiences as he wanders through the audience with his guitar – are there any differences in the way audiences from different countries engage?

ACW – Chinese and Asian Short Films

So we originally set this up as a ‘Chinese Shorts’ event, but fortunately (!) we had a bunch of submissions from all around Asia. So we thought ‘hey let’s bust the boundaries on this thing’. It’s now a showcase of shorts from China and the rest of Asia! Check out the event page for a full billing with synopses.

ACW: Across The Sacred Land of Chinggis Khan screening with Mongolian filmmaker Javkha Ara

Since 2013 JUE has been proactive in helping to give exposure to Mongolia’s rich and varied culture. This year we will be screening Javkha Ara’s film Across The Sacred Land of Chinggis Khan, which represents a historical journey into the relatively recently established Mongolian city of Darkhan.

Asian Cinema Week Closing Event: Comrade Kim Goes Flying

Perhaps one of the most progressive films on the Asian Cinema Week billing: not only is it from North Korea, but it tackles the contentious issue of gender roles and equality. It is perhaps the quintessential girl-power movie, following one woman’s journey to realising her dream of becoming a trapeze artist of all things!

See the trailer by clicking on the image:

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Wooozy Community Film Special: VICE presents LCD Soundsystem’s “Shut Up and Play the Hits

Wooozy.cn is the equivalent of China’s Pitchfork, providing the latest news, reviews and media content on China’s music scene. It is run by, and exists exclusively for die-hard music fans. The Community Film Series aims to bring the community of genuine music lovers together, for a night of film and good music. The Wooozy.cn staff put a lot of work into these nights, providing subtitles and keeping the events free. With the support of VICE, Wooozy.cn presents a true classic of the music-doc genre.

The Groove – Choreographer’s Showcase

Sore feet after a day of dance workshops? Give yourselves a break and leave it to the pros. This is more than a showcase – it’s a full-on competition, where you get to vote for a winning performance. Every choreographer will share his or her vision with the audience during a 2-hour dance-off. The winner will be chosen by audience vote, and will be given a cash price – 5000RMB!

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70RMB (door)

Book your ticket via mobile or email and use your reference number to claim tickets at the door:
email: [email protected]
Mobile: 138 17073544

JUE | Performance & The Shanghai Repertory Theatre Present: Butch Bradley LIVE!

Tonight is Butch Bradley’s final performance. He’ll be performing a reflective set, with repertoire based on his residency at Kung Fu Komedy in Shanghai. Get your chuckle on, and enjoy a final boost before the beginning of another working week!

亚洲电影周强势回归 // Asian Cinema Week Rears Its Head

继2013年的成功,今年“亚洲电影周”将强势回归!今年的电影周将带来更丰富,动人的内容,影片来自多个国家,缅甸,尼泊尔,幸运的话还有来自朝鲜的电影。

2013年,由Electric Shadows和《觉》音乐+艺术节共同举办的亚洲电影周,是一次对电影艺术势力的大胆召集与呼唤。其内容包括来自亚洲各地的电影长片、纪录片及短片,还有现场音乐,料理工坊及其他互动活动。作为本年初登场的新兴艺术活动,它构造了一个平台与契机,使得全中国最优秀的电影作品能够对国内公众公开,同时也为本地电影人创造了一个交流的社群,让他们得以见面,分享并推进发展各自的作品。同时,活动也将展映一些非大陆地区制作的出色亚洲电影作品,让它们得以与北京上海的观众见面。

 

2013亚洲电影周精彩亮点:《Mongolian Bling》

这是一部全新的见地独到的纪录片,它追踪记录了蒙古三位Rap艺人的生活。首映会上,影片导演Benj Binks会来参与一个Q&A活动。最后,电影里的主角Gennie和Quiza,北京本土MC Nasty Ray和一支蒙古传统乐队杭盖,会给观众带来激动人心的表演。

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After a very successful inaugural year we are bringing back Asian Cinema Week. Look out for inspiring new films from the budding film industries of far-flung territories including Myanmar, Nepal and hopefully even North Korea…

In 2013 Asian Cinema Week was a bold call to cinematic arms. Including feature films, documentaries and shorts from all over Asia (alongside live music, panels and various other interactive events), the inaugural edition carved out a space where local filmmakers and fans alike could collide, share ideas and develop their works. Asian Cinema Week is an outstanding platform for exposing the best of Asian underground cinema.

Highlight from 2013: Mongolian Bling
2013 was a big year for the documentary format. One of the highlights of JUE was an in-depth study of the Mongolian underground hip-hop scene called Mongolian Bling. The China premiere was followed by a Q&A session with the director, and performances by some of the starring artists including hip-hop producer/rapper Quiza, MC Nasty Ray and Hanggai (杭盖) – one of the most active Mongolian bands in China.