|29.02. / Wednesday, 22:00 - 00:00 Theatre 5|
Vincent Morisset's documentary 'Inni' captures Sigur Rós at the close of their last tour in November 2008. Innis was filmed at Alexandra Palace over two nights. The performance captures the band playing as a stripped down four-piece for the first time since they were joined by string section Amiina at the start of the decade. Originally filmed on HD digital, Inni was first transferred to 16mm film and then projected and re-filmed once, sometimes through glass and other objects to give a strong impressionistic look. The effect was accomplished with the help of Godspeed You! Black Emperor visual collaborator Karl Lemieux. The film is also broken up with archive footage, including interview and concert material from before the band's exposure to the wider world at the end of the last century.
Vincent Morisset was born in Montreal. He was one of the first 20 graduates of the new media program at UQAM ten years ago. Director, programmer, inventor, Vincent is looking for new ways to tell stories (interactive videos, Bicolorama, video-lipsync-karaoke-application etc). His short films have been presented worldwide. He's also been curator for a music video program at Clemont-Ferrand festival. His work has been showcased in Creativity, Creative Review, Boards, Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, Q & Blender among others.
2011, 75', color/bw, video
Jon Thor Birgisson, Orri P. Dyrason, Georg Holm, Sigur Rós, Kjartan Sveinsson
Jon Thor Birgisson, Orri P. Dyrason, Georg Holm, Kjartan Sveinsson
John Best, Dean O'Connor
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