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SOCIAL UTOPIA 3

WHEN WE WERE YOUNG

28 October 2004
Location: Theater Kikker
20:00 - 22:00
31 October 2004
Location: Filmtheater ‘t Hoogt
18:00 - 20:00

One of the dominant ideas in pop music is the importance of being young and staying young. This is no cause of wonder, since the music industry focuses mainly on the young. The need to define and form their place in society dominates the lives of this target group. Pop music and all it implies is the most important instrument they have during this quest for identity. This selection will concentrate on self-realisation, adole­scence, education, dreams of the future and the expectations and demands our society imposes on young people.

 

Untitled (Sigur R6s)
FLORIA SIGISMONDI (CANADA, 2003, VIDEO, 7:00 MIN)

Frontier Psychiatrist (The Avalanches)
GEOFF MCFETRDIGE (USA, 2001, VIDEO, 3:00 MIN)

The Music Sounds Better With You (Stardust)
MICHEL GONDRY (FRANCE, 1999, VIDEO, 4:22 MIN)

Beauty Kit (BLEIP)
PLEIX (FRANCE, 2002, VIDEO, 2:17 MIN)

Positive Education (Slam)
ROSE H. BARBER (USA, 2000, ViDEO, 3:47)

We don’t care (Audio Bullys)
WALTER STERN (UK, 2002, VIDEO, 3:30 MIN)

Sky’s the Limit (The Notorious BIG)
SPIKE JONZE (USA, 2000,VIDEO. 4:50 MIN)

Something (Les Rhythmes Digitales)
MIKE MILLS (USA, 1999, VIDEO, 5 00 MIN)

Stepfather Factory (EL-P)
PLATES ANIMATION (CANADA, 2003, ViDEO , 4:12 MIN)

Something to Talk About (Badly Drawn Boy)
GARTH JENNINGS (UK, 2002, ViDEO, 3:40 MIN)

Provider (N.E.R.D.)
DIANE MARTEL (USA, 2002, VIDEO, 5:00 MIN)

Cherry Blossom Girl (Air)
KRIS KRAMSKI (FRANCE, 2003, VIDEO, 3 40 MIN)

Freak (LFO) 
DANIEL LEVI (UK, 2003, VIDEO, 7 00 MIN)

 


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