Sunday 19 October 2008

Let's Lounge , Crossing Border , From The Hoop , Gatchaman , First Squad , Burn After Reading

Peter Pless Design

Mp3 | Uptight Sound System - Righteous Dub
Mp3 | Daddy Dus - Tou Le Monde
Mp3 | Radiohead - Climbing Up the Walls [ Filla Brazilia mix ]
Mp3 | Cutty Ranks - The Stopper [ Richard Dorfmeister's Live Dub]
Mp3 | Amp Fidler - Dreamin'
Mp3 | Anthony Hamilton - Do You Fell Me
Mp3 | Ursula Rucker - Broken
Mp3 | Chateau Flight & La Caution - Une Epave Sur la Route
Mp3 | Etienne de Crecy - Prix Choc
Mp3 | Micatone - Traces
Mp3 | Four Ears - Columbus
Mp3 | Logistics - The Trip
Mp3 | Spring Street - So So Hight
Mp3 | Adam F - Circles [ Roni Size mix ]

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Crossing Border

The Crossing Border programme is practically final! In November the Koninklijke Theater (Royal Theatre) and the Nationale Toneel (National Theatre) in The Hague will be bursting at the seams with an amazing selection of writers, singers and bands and artists. We can now reveal the latest in a long line of names which almost complete our programme.

Thursday 20th November:
Death Cab for Cutie, Alela Diane, Van Dyke Parks & Inara George met Mondriaan Extended, Catherine O'Flynn, Rachel Unthank, Louis Theroux, Stef Kamil Carlens en The Gates of Eden with a Bob Dylan Tribute, a French-project with a.o. Frédéric Beigbeder, Abdellah Taïa, Fabian Beghin & Didier Laloy, and a project initiated by Etgar Keret.

Friday 21st November:
The Swell Season, Fleet Foxes, Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan, Seasick Steve, Kristin Hersh, Julian Cope, Ben Folds, Chad VanGaalen, Michael Cunningham, Dimitri Verhulst, DBC Pierre, Charlotte Mutsaers, Bart Moeyaert, Helen Walsh en J. Tillman (drummer from Fleet Foxes) solo.

Saturday 22nd November:
Brett Anderson (Suede), The Black Keys, The Cave Singers, Liam Finn, Alexander Hacke & Danielle de Picciotto met The Ship of Fools, Willard Grant Conspiracy, The Phantom Band, Simon Vinkenoog, Anne Enright, Rupert Thomson, Jan Siebelink, Ross Raisin, Ali Smith, Jan Rot, Micah P. Hinson and many more.

Story of From the hoop is inspired by Earl Manigault's life. Earl Manigault was one of the greatest basketball player of his generation. Mentored by Holcombe Rucker through his youth he became the star of his high school team. As an universitary champion, he seemed destined to shine in NBA. But before the transition, he fell into drugs and lead his life far away from the basket. After dark years made of jail, drugs and friend's death, he gave up this world to return in the right way to Harlem. He started the "Walk Away From Drugs" tournament for kids in Harlem. He died in 1998 from a heart failure. From the Hoop

Watch | From the Hoop

Imagi has unveiled an eleven second teaser for their upcoming CG-animated "Gatchaman" movie, which they say will hit theaters in 2010.

Set in a future world grappling with environmental and technological issues, the story focuses on five reluctant heroes whose remarkable genetic code makes them Earth's only hope of defeating extra-terrestrial invaders. Imagi promises that "Gatchaman" will be a big, effects-rich movie with some of the most ambitious action sequences ever seen in animation.

"Gatchaman" was created by Japan's Tatsunoko Production in the early 1970s as a television series called "Science Ninja Team Gatchaman." Aired in the US as "Battle of the Planets" and "G-Force," it soon became one of the top syndicated shows.

Watch | Gatchaman Teaser

Valery Korneev, editor of the Russian anime magazine Aniguide, has begun to release selected pieces of production and promotional art from the long-in-development anime production First Squad, a co-production between Canadian animation development company Molot Entertainment and Japanese animation house Studio 4°C. The First Squad animation has been in development since 2004. In 2005, Studio 4°C’s animator Daisuke Nakayama directed a short First Squad anime music video set to music from Russian rap group Legalize. Yuki Anime

Watch | First Squad

World-premiering as the opening-night film of the 2008 Venice International Film Festival; a dark spy-comedy from Academy Award winners Joel and Ethan Coen. An ousted CIA official’s (John Malkovich) memoir accidentally falls into the hands of two gym employees (Brad Pitt and Frances McDormand) intent on exploiting their find. George Clooney and Tilda Swinton also star.

Watch | Burn After Reading

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