DJing at the One World Festival – Isama Zing
Isama Zing is the pseudonym of Jonatan Pastirčák, whose other pseudonym is Pjoni. He oscillates between improvised music, Avant-pop, deconstructed club, and cinematic landscapes. He was a member of the international platform Shape. He has also performed at Eurosonic, Ment, Pohoda, and Lunchmeat festivals, and at the Café Oto, a venue for creative new music. He has long collaborated with the singer Katarzia and has produced several Czech and Slovak bands. Last year, he shared the Czech Lion Award with Ondej Mikul (Aid Kid) for the Arved film soundtrack. He composed music for films such as Caught in the Net, Nightsiren, Filthy and A Sensitive Person. He loves mangoes, passion fruit and mescal. He likes to dance to kuduro and kizomba. He has never been to Iceland. He celebrates total freedom and diversity and he does not respect racists, xenophobes, and misogynists.
The concert will take place on 4.11., 21:30 in A4 – priestor súčasnej kultúry
The concert is part of My street films SK screening which will take place on 4.11., 19:00 in A4 – priestor súčasnej kultúry.
Discussion after the film Invisible Countries
What is it like to hear the sound of items and feel their vibrations? Items we only see but do not hear in ordinary life with normal perception? To see invisible worlds, broaden your horizons. How can this sound be obtained, what does it tell us, where can it move us? And how is it …
Discussion after the film The Hamlet Syndrome
In The Hamlet Syndrome, directors Elwira Niewiera and Piotr Rosolowski introduce a group of professional and unprofessional actors preparing a theatrical production in a small town in Ukraine. During the rehearsals of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, various emotions and memories of the actors are brought to light. The experience of creating a theatre performance can help …
Audiovision without Barriers III: Blind and deaf in cinema – are we making progress (?)
Guests: Stanislav Sokol (representative of visually impaired audiences, The Slovak Blind and Partially Sighted Union), Michal Hefty (representative of hearing impaired audiences, Myslím – centrum kultúry Nepočujúcich), Oľga Davalová (expert from the media, audiovisual and copyright section of the Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic), Gabriele Uzzo (inclusion and accessibility expert, Italy), hosted by …