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亚洲电影周在召唤!// Asian Cinema Calling – Subcultures, Countercultures, and all them other cultures…

“噢!《觉》!你们一定准备了好多电影吧?”

什么?电影?当然有啦!本次亚洲电影周将会以《仰光的召唤:朋克在缅甸》拉开序幕。

仰光的召唤,是一部关于缅甸朋克文化的记录片,由德国电影制作人Alexander Dluzak和Carsten Piefke导演。

对于缅甸的年轻人而言,朋克音乐是他们面对日常生活中种种压力的一种力量源泉。在90年代,水手将第一批朋克音乐磁带带入缅甸,随即在仰光出现了几百人的朋克音乐粉丝。

影片中,Dluzak和Piefke通过六个星期与仰光当地一群年轻朋克音乐人的亲密接触,包括拜访他们的家庭,与他们的朋友及家人见面,和他们一起去裁缝铺和刺青店工作,参观他们的排练场地,并参加他们的秘密演出。他们还采访了在监狱里与海洛因斗争的朋克乐手。《仰光的召唤》展现的是缅甸朋克音乐人的生活,他们自身所遭遇的悲剧以及他们为了自由而奋斗的过程。

 

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放映会还设置了导演Alexander Dluzak的小座谈会。

Alexander Dluzak,1976年出生在德国汉堡,活跃于柏林与东京的电影制作人、电视台记者。专门报道艺术、音乐与亚文化类资讯,尤其关注亚洲地区。

Carsten Piefke,1970年出生于德国柏林,柏林电影制作人、视频剪辑师。执导过三部纪录片作品,参与过大量文化类主题电影剪辑工作。

官方网站:http://www.yangoncalling.com/

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注:图片来自Matt Grace

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‘OY JUE, I thought there were gonna be some films!?’
What what? Yes films… the Asian Cinema Week series will be opening with a screening of Yangon Calling – Punk In Myanmar!

Yangon Calling is a documentary movie about the Burmese Punk Rock underground, directed by Berlin based filmmakers Alexander Dluzak and Carsten Piefke.

For young Burmese, punk provides a way to stand up against the pressures they have to face in their day-to-day lives. In the 90’s, sailors brought the first punk rock cassettes into the isolated country. Since then a scene with several hundred followers has emerged in Yangon.

Over the course of six weeks, the filmmakers accompanied a group of notable punks to their homes, met their friends and families, went along with them to work in a tailor shop and tattoo studio, checked out their rehearsal rooms and hung at secret concerts. They spoke with punks who had sat in jail and fought their frustrations with heroin. Yangon Calling is a film about life, about personal tragedy and the struggle for freedom.

The screening will be accompanied with a talk by Alexander Dluzak.

Alexander Dluzak (1976, Hamburg/Germany) lives as a filmmaker and TV journalist in Berlin and Tokyo. He specializes in reporting about art, music and subculture, with a strong focus on Asia.

Carsten Piefke (1970, in Berlin/Germany) lives as a filmmaker and video editor in his hometown Berlin. He has directed three documentary movies and edited countless movies about various cultural topics.

Website: http://www.yangoncalling.com/
Watch a trailer on Vimeo!
*Awesome pics by Matt Grace