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As part of our launch events, Noise of Art, Red Gallery and Kamio are screening the cult film 'Paris/ Berlin: 20 Years of Underground Techno'.
A rare opportunity to hear the film's incredible sound track over a meaty sound system, the Amélie Ravalec directed film was filmed over three years, within the underground techno scenes of these two European hubs of electronic music.
The film tells the story of techno, from secret Parisian parties to Berlin's infamous Berghain club. Paris/Berlin documents the underground movement of techno through the lens of two different cities. The documentary traces the evolution of techno telling the stories of the dj's, producers, label managers, promoters, record shops and distributors that have stayed true to its original spirit.
As well as capturing the scene and its music, there are in depth interviews with techno acts such as Laurent Garnier, Regis, Adam X, Function, Lucy, Ancient Methods, Nick Höppner, Terence Fixmer, Tama Sumo, Dasha Rush, Milton Bradley, Lupo, Tobias Rapp and many more.
The film showing is part of Noise of Art and Red Gallery's exhibition of photographs, film and artwork documenting the story of French electronic music from the start of the 20th century to the present day - running from 17 March to 8 April.
French Touch features contributions from members of the public, as well as DJs, artists, photographers and key figures in the story of French electronic music - including Laurent Garnier, Jack de Marseille, Black Devil Disco Club, I:Cube, Gilb’r, Antinote Records, Jayhem (Kojak), Chateau Perché, Pierre Henry, Jean-Jaques Perrey, Jean Jacques Birgé , Jean Michel Jarre, DJ Paulette, Isabel Guilet, Lo Recordings and more.