IMAGINE WAKING UP TOMORROW AND ALL MUSIC HAS DISAPPEARED

By Stefan SCHWIETERT

MAXIMAGE FILMPRODUCTION - as PROD

Documentary - Completed 2015


Festivals
& Awards

MOSTRA SAO PAULO 2015
RENCONTRES INTERNATIONALES DU DOCUMENTAIRE DE MONTRÉAL 2015
IDFA 2015
Music Documentary Section
Visions du Réel, Nyon 2015
Best Swiss Film Award
Against Gravity 2015
Chopin's Nose Award for best Music Documentary
BAFICI (Buenos Aires) 2016
Panorama
BAFICI (Buenos Aires) 2016
Docpoint Helsinki 2016
    • Year of production
    • 2015
    • Genres
    • Documentary, Art - Culture
    • Countries
    • SWITZERLAND, GERMANY
    • Languages
    • ENGLISH
    • Duration
    • 86 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Stefan SCHWIETERT
    • Writer(s)
    • Stefan SCHWIETERT
    • Producer(s)
    • Cornelia SEITLER (MAXIMAGE FILMPRODUCTION), Brigitte HOFER (MAXIMAGE FILMPRODUCTION), Helge ALBERS (FLYING MOON FILMPRODUKTION GMBH)
    • Synopsis
    • Imagine waking up tomorrow morning and all music has disappeared. Just like that. What will remain when it is all gone: CD’s, iPods, instruments? When we don’t know anymore what it was: music? He shows it to us: Bill Drummond, the man who with The KLF once conquered the world of pop. An anarchic spirit, an eternal punk who now leads the largest choir of the world: The17, an ever changing ensemble of amateurs with no sheets of music and no rehearsals. The film accompanies Drummond as he finds new voices for his choir: in the open fields or in a factory, in a classroom or in a pub. It is a journey to point zero of music. So we can innocently invent it again. Together, in this moment.
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