BBC 6 MUSIC FESTIVAL FRINGE SCREENINGS – BIG SCREEN

MUSIC VIDEOS ON BIG SCREEN BRISTOL

Where?
Big Screen, Millennium Square

When?
Saturday 13th February

Screening 1: 11am-12pm
Screening 2: 1-2pm
Screening 3: 7:30-8:30pm

 

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As part of The Fringe supported by Radio 6 Music Festival, Encounters Festival presents a day of FREE outdoor screenings, showcasing a selection of the best music videos screened at the festival over the last few years.  From Basement Jaxx to Laura Marling, alongside videos from new, exciting and undiscovered musical talents, these three screenings offer you dazzling visual art, wild stories and animated adventures in sound, music and image, showcasing the best and most innovative examples in this ground-breaking genre of the short form from new and emerging filmmaking talent.  Bring your own chairs & wrap up warm!

Check out our Facebook event HERE for more information.

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Each screening is approximately 60 minutes long.

Where?
Big Screen, Millennium Square

When?
Saturday 13th February

 For a full listing of screening times on Big Screen click here.

 

 

 

See a full list of the music videos screened in this programme:

Screening 1:

Bloc Party – KETTLING, Dir. James Lees

C2C – DOWN THE ROAD, Dir. Thomas Tyman

The Leisure Society – FIGHT FOR EVERYONE, Dir. Persistent Peril

Grimes – OBLIVION, Dir. Emily Kai Bock

Holly and the Wolf – MARZIPAN REINDEER, Dir. Tony Johnson

Crabapple, Boekbinder & Batt – I HAVE YOUR HEART, Dir. Jim Batt

Hugo & The Prismatics – LE MYSTÈRE, Dir. Raoul Paulet

Dugal Macdiarmid – LIQUID SPIRIT, Dir. Calum Macdiarmid

Cold Mailman – MY RECURRING DREAM, Dir. André Chocron

Passion Pit – CRY LIKE A GHOST, Dir. Daniels Scheinert

Hem – TOURNIQUET, Dir. Jordan Bruner

 Ruben Samama – STARDUST, Dir. Mischa Rozema

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – SWIM AND SLEEP (LIKE A SHARK), Dir. Becky & Joe

Wax Tailor ft. Aloe Blacc – TIME TO GO, Dir. Darcy Prendergast

Screening 2:

Pink Holy Days – VERTIGO, Dir. Mozukin Mozukin

Stromae – PAPA WHERE ARE YOU (PAPAOUTAI), Dir. Raf Reyntjens

The Melodic – ODE TO VICTOR JARA, Dir. Louise Emily Thomas

Javeon – GIVE UP, Dir. Ben Strebel

Steven Wilson – DRIVE HOME, Dir. Jess Cope

Hoagy Carmichael – AIN’T NO FISH, Dir. Michael Cash, Tom Gasek

Stromae – ALL THE SAME (TOUT LES MÊMES), Dir. Henry Schofield

The Correspondents – FEAR & DELIGHT, Dir. Naren Wilks

Dog Blood – CHELLA RIDE, Dir. Golden Wolf

Dolman – ON STONEY GROUND, Dir. Tia Salisbury

James – MOVING ON, Dir. Ainslie Henderson

Sade & Goda – BY YOUR SIDE, Dir. Tsuneo Goda

Screening 3:

Benjamin Scheuer & Escapist Papers – COOKIE-TIN BANJO, Dir. Peter Baynton

Lamb – WHAT MAKES US HUMAN, Dir. Aidan Wood

Laura Marling – SHORT MOVIE, Dir. Art&Graft Mike Moloney

Trevor Dickson – POWERS, Dir. Romain Laurent

Looper – OH, SKINNY LEGS, Dir. Iain Gardner

Elliot The Bull – COLOURBLIND, Dir. Samuel Lewis

Diagram – PHANTOM POWER, Dir. Persistent Peril

Boggie – NOUVEAU PARFUM, Dir. Nándor Lőrincz

Jilk and Haiku Salut – PERISCOPES, Dir. James Sampson

Dear Reader – TOOK THEM AWAY, Dir. Rob Savage

Andrew Reynolds – VOLTA, Dir. Shiny Perkins

O-Hum – TEHRAN, Dir. Masoud Moein Eslam

Basement Jaxx – UNICORN, Dir. Tomek Ducki

Flume & Chet Faker – DROP THE GAME, Dir. Lorin Askill

Our event is part of The Fringe supported by BBC Radio 6 Music Festival.  The Fringe runs from 10th – 14th February, at 21 venues across Bristol.  For information about all the events and performances across The Fringe see here.