|Director||Lucia Palacios Dietmar Post|
|Cast||Michael Rother Dieter Moebius Michael Drummer Shaun Mulrooney Timm Brockmann Franz Bargmann|
|Plot||Filmmakers Dietmar Post & Lucía Palacios filmed the show especially for the"play loud! (live) music series" on October 22nd, 2011 at HBC in Berlin (Germany). Camera performed three songs of 47 minutes. The film was shot in one continuous 47 min long take. Camera is a Berlin based Krautrock trio that has its influences clearly in bands, such as, NEU!, Harmonia, Cluster and La Düsseldorf. On stage they never try to repeat themselves and improvise and/or do spontaneous composing. On this special occasion the three band members were accompanied by Michael Rother (Kraftwerk, NEU!, Harmonia), Dieter Moebius (Cluster, Harmonia) and Shaun Mulrooney (Admiral Black). CONCEPT BEHIND THE SERIES The "play loud! (live) music series" parts from three ideas, Alan Lomax's work as an archivist and chronicler, John Peel's BBC radio sessions and the work of Direct Cinema pioneers, such as, Maysles Brothers, Leacock, Wildenhahn and Pennebaker. Filming live shows meant not to do it in a TV style but in a very personal, intuitive and adventurous style - nothing is staged for filming. You go along as it happens. Some of the live performances are filmed with only one camera in one continuous shot without any edits. Some critics have labeled it as "filmed paintings/painted films". play loud!'s music films have been called: "raw", "rough", "canny", "straightforward", "adventurous", "witty", "insightful", "direct", "non-tricksy", "economic", "minimal", "unpretentious handheld camera work", "artful film paintings" ... play loud!'s intention is to furthermore create an extensive archive of interesting popular music that includes also the possibility to screen/stream material that comes from other sources. Some of the recordings - if popular demand is strong - will be offered as limited vinyl LPs.... search for Camera: Live at HBC on IMDb|
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