[color=red:b14b61575c][b:b14b61575c][size=18:b14b61575c]Cinematic cabaret with live music by The Real Tuesday Weld
Presented by Catalyst Arts, Belfast Film Festival and The Black Box[/size:b14b61575c][/b:b14b61575c][/color:b14b61575c]
In 1944 Surrealist filmmakers Hans Richter assembled some of the century’s liveliest artists as co-creators of Dreams That Money Can Buy, his most ambitious attempt to bring the work of the European avant-garde to a wider cinema audience.
The ‘dreams’ are the creations of Max Ernst, Fernand Léger, Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, Alexander Calder and Richter himself, and the result is by turns playful, hypnotic, satirical, charming and nightmarish.
To accompany the film we are bringing to Belfast the London-based pop-art-pop band "The Real Tuesday Weld", with guests Brazilian chanteuse Cibelle and English alchemist David Piper. The Real Tuesday Weld's music vividly recalls Europop touchstones like Al Bowlly, Burt Bacharach, Ennio Morricone, and Serge Gainsbourg. The live performance of the soundtrack-to- film has last year been performed at a sellout screening in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern.
[color=red:b14b61575c][b:b14b61575c]DREAMS THAT MONEY CAN BUY
THE BLACK BOX
8.00PM - THURSDAY 22ND MARCH
£ 10.00 - BUY TICKETS [/b:b14b61575c][/color:b14b61575c]
You wouldn't happen to know what time this finishes at would you?
EDIT - Don't worry, I checked Amazon the film is about 80mins long...
this film then Hell is for Heroes...great thursday noight!
should finish around 10.30 or so i think....