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 BANGKOK UNDERGROUND CINEMA AT JAM CINE CLUB

8:30pm, WEDNESDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2018, at Jam Cine Club, upstairs at Jam Cafe Bangkok

No reserved seating. Free Entry. NON-english films will have EngLish Captions

Due to the overwhelming amount of exceptional feature submissions we got for the Bangkok Underground Film Fest 2018, we are extending the festival program, taking over Jam Cine Club for 2 months, Bangkok Underground Cinema will be screening a selection of outstanding independent feature films we believe require more critical viewing.

Also included in our program are Encore screenings of Little Tsunamis by Toby Clarkson and Terror Nullius by Soda_Jerk from Bangkok Underground film Festival 2018

 

FILMS

 

PROGRAM

Wed 7 November 2018 Victor Goodview - Vincent Turturro

Wed 14 November 2018 Hurry Slowly - Anders Emblem

Wed 21 November 2018 Devil (Maupassant's Le Diable) - Kshitij Sharma

Wed 28 November 2018 Man In Camo - Ethan Minsker

Wed 5 December 2018 The Foundation of Criminal Excellence - Oskars Rupenheits

Wed 12 December 2018 Zelos - Jo-Anne Brechin, Claire J Harris 

Wed 19 December 2018 Little Tsunamis (BUFF 2018 Best Documentary - Encore Screening) - Toby Clarkson

Wed 26 December 2018 TERROR NULLIUS (Encore Screening) - Soda_Jerk

 

JAM CAFE BANGKOK

41 Charoen Rat Soi 1 (Soi Rong Nam Khaeng), Sathorn

13.716798, 100.520422

 
 
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BUC at Noise Market 2


BUC at Noise Market 2


BANGKOK UNDERGROUND CINEMA AT NORM MARKET 2 AT dADFA

17 - 18 november 2018

AT DADFA, LASALLE 33

FREE SCREENING WITH english CAPTIONS, NO RESERVED SEATING

A SELECTION OF LIVE CINEMA, SHORTS, FEATURES, EXPERIMENTAL AND STUDENT WORK FROM tHAILAND, cHINA, LITHUANIA, FRANCE, gERMANY, sPAIN, THE UNITED STATES, NEW ZEALAND AND FINLAND, WITH WORK FOCUSING ON THE COMPLEXITY AND NUANCES OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS

highlighT: A SPECIAL LIVE AUDIO-VISUAL PERFORMANCE OF nUNTIUS, A sCI-FI PRODUCTION FROM FINLAND WITH LIVE ELECTRONIC MUSIC SCORE BY Jimi Tenor & Jori Hulkkonen

Saturday 17 November

7:00pm Let's Have Lunch - Sirada Tritruengtassana (Thailand)

7:07pm The Intersecting Lines - Mingduan Wang (China)

7:26pm Dream of Blue and Sea - Nuttorn Kungwanklai (Thailand)

7:56pm Still Water - Dagne Gumbreviciute (Lithuania)

8:13pm Still Got the Blues - Pakorn Yooin (Thailand)

 

Sunday 18 November

7:00pm Nuntius - Jori Hulkkonen & Jimi Tenor (Finland) Live Audio-Visual Performance

8:00pm Tabula Rasa - Anthony Farenwald (United States / New Zealand)

8:11pm Midnight Saliva - Jiratha Pongsura (Thailand)

8:35pm Blessed Days - Valentina Casadei (France)

8:48pm White Paper - Panya Zhu (Thailand)

8:58pm Everyone in Hawaii Has a Sixpack Already - Marvin Hesse (Germany / Spain)

 

DADFA

 

Sukhumvit 105, Khwaeng Bang Na, Khet Bang Na, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10260
(Between Soi Lasalle 31 and 33)
13.662726, 100.617830
Google Maps: Dadfa

 

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

BTS to Bearing, Exit 1 and motorcycle taxi to Lasalle 33 or walk to Sukhumvit 105 and take the red truck to Lasalle 33

 

TAXI or driving

Sukhumvit 105 - Soi Lasalle 33

There is parking available at the venue

ORGANISED BY

emesis

Jam Bangkok

SUPPORTED BY

Noise Market

Dadfa

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Bangkok Underground Film Festival 2018


Bangkok Underground Film Festival 2018


Bangkok Underground Film Festival 2018

7:00-11:30pm, 29-30 September 2018 at Gallery Ver Carpark, Bangkok

20 outstanding works from Thailand, United States, France, Denmark, Australia and UK, including shorts, features and video-art/non-narrative work

Entry by donation. Screening in a warehouse space. No reserved seating. Non-English films will be captioned in English. This FEstival is part of the Bangkok Biennial


Festival Highlights

 

PROGRAM - Saturday 29 September


7:00pm NOA - Angel Barroeta (United States)

7:14pm Chaloemkiat - Suphawich Aroonwejkul (Thailand)

7:40pm Malady of us - Tanakit Kitsanayunyong (Thailand)

7:51pm Foster Home - Onpreeya Prasertsuk (Thailand)

8:10pm Divine Darkness - Patrick Gregg (United States)

8:16pm Those Who Can Die - Charlotte Cayeux (France)

8:35pm Unexploded Ordnance - Sikarnt Skoolisariyaporn (Thailand)

9:02pm — Interval —

9:20pm 1st Day & Next Minute - Sara Koppel (Denmark)

9:23pm TERROR NULLIUS - Soda Jerk (United States/Australia)

10:18pm Scarecrow - Liam Morgan & Top Tarasin (Thailand)

10:28pm Gwen - Candace Wise (Australia)

10:39pm Lost in Abandonment - Parin Intarasorn (Thailand)

10:48pm Upside, Down - Natchanon Vana (Thailand)

11:23pm — End —

 

PROGRAM - Sunday 30 September


7:00pm Romantic Conceptualism - Scot Cotterell (Australia)

7:13pm Under the Current - Supapit Chirattikanon (Thailand)

7:37pm Death of the Sound Man - Sorayos Prapapan (Thailand)

7:53pm Ahong, on the other hand - Supanee Limrojnugool (Thailand)

8:23pm So-Khin - Chaweng Chaiyawan (Thailand)

8:41pm — Interval —

9:00pm Little Tsunamis - Toby Clarkson (United Kingdom)

10:20pm The Foaming Node - Ian Haig (Australia)

11:26pm — End —

 

LIV_ID: "I must confess"

Selected moving image ‘confessions’ curated by Liv_id collective will be screened during the Bangkok Underground Film Festival via an interactive installation exhibited on users’ mobile devices/screens.

 

GALLERY VER

Narathiwat 22, Sathu Pradit 15

13.704158, 100.537290

Gallery VER on Facebook

 
 

Bangkok Underground Film Festival 2018 is organised by emesis & Jam Cafe, collaborating with Liv_id, and with support from Gallery Ver, Tentacles & VS Service. Bangkok Underground Film Festival is a pavilion of the Bangkok Biennial 2018.

 
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Bangkok Underground Cinema at Norm Market


Bangkok Underground Cinema at Norm Market


Bangkok Underground Cinema at Norm Market by Noise Market

30 June - 1 July 2018

at Dadfa, Lasalle 33

Free screening with Thai captions, no reserved seating

 

In line with the environmental theme of the Norm Market organised by the Noise Market of 'Reuse is Goods', Bangkok Underground Cinema will be screening on saturday night the feature documentary Food Fighter by DAN GOLDBERG, bringing to the forefront the issue of food waste. 

On Sunday night we will be screening the 1928 silent film Passion of the Joan of Arc with a live improvised, experimental score by 4 exceptional Bangkok Based musicians, Kijjaz on Electronics, Yui Cello on Cello, Kota Taki on Guitar and Baby’s Breath on Saxophone.

 

 

FOOD FIGHTER

8pm Saturday 30 June 2018

Directed by Dan Goldberg
1 hour 26 minutes
English language with Thai captions

 

This is the story of one woman's crusade against food waste...

Ronni Kahn used to be a contributor to Australia’s annual $20 billion food waste bill when she ran a successful corporate events company producing million-dollar dinners.

Then she realised the absurdity of throwing away perfectly edible food and traded capitalism for social activism in 2004 by founding OzHarvest, a food rescue charity.

Now, she’s taking on politicians and big business to expose an inconvenient truth: that four million tonnes of edible food is discarded in Australia every year while up to two million Aussies suffer from food insecurity. And to add insult to injury, this food waste ends up in landfill, harming the environment by creating greenhouse gas emissions.

Filmed over two years and across four continents, ‘Food Fighter’ follows Ronni’s crusade as she partners with the United Nations, rubs shoulders with royalty and Jamie Oliver’s juggernaut, rifles through dumpster bins and holds government to account.

From the recent death of her daughter-in law to the very recent birth of her first grandchild, Ronni’s personal rollercoaster runs parallel to her meteoric rise as the face of food waste.

Conceding she lacked the “courage” to stay and fight the Apartheid regime in her mother country, ‘Food Fighter’ also follows Ronni’s road to redemption, an inspirational woman bidding to make peace with her past.

In the end, it reveals what sort of individual it takes to effect such profound change globally.

 
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DAN GOLDBERG

Dan is an award-winning producer and director who began his career in newspapers and magazines, ending up on staff at the Sydney Morning Herald and The Bulletin. In his TV career, he has tried to shine the light in dark corners of society, or on social issues he cares deeply about, or simply to give voice to the voiceless.

His TV credits include Bushwhacked! series 1, 2 and 3 for ABC3, which has won multiple awards, including the 2014 Asian Kids TV Show of the Year and two Logie nominations (2015 and 2016); Code of Silence for ABC, which won the 2014 Walkley Award for Best Documentary; and Brilliant Creatures for ABC & BBC, which was nominated for a Logie and an AACTA. He directed Passport To Hope for Foxtel in 2010, Pitch Battle for the ABC in 2014 and the 4-part arts series for Foxtel, The Archibald, in 2017. Food Fighter is his first feature-length documentary.

His journalism has been published in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Bulletin, The Australian, The Age, The Sun-Herald, The Brisbane Times, The Observer, The New York Forward, The Big Issue and Newsweek Magazine, among others. 

www.mintpictures.com.au

 

The Passion of the Joan of Arc with Live Experimental Score

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8pm Sunday 1 july 2018

Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer
1 hour 36 minutes
Danish intertitles with English and Thai Captions

 
‘Spiritual rapture and institutional hypocrisy are brought to stark, vivid life in one of the most transcendent achievements of the silent era.’
 

The 1928 silent French masterpiece, The Passion of the Joan of Arc will be revisited 90 years later with a contemporary live score by 4 Bangkok based musicians, Kijjaz, Yui Cello, Kota Taki and Baby’s Breath. The new experimental score will feature heavy improvisation, with traditional instruments as well as electronics, highlighting Joan’s intense internal state.

Directed by Danish Carl Theodor Dreyer featuring Renée Jeanne Falconetti as Joan with her acting widely heralded as one of the most outstanding performances in cinematic history. This film is based completely on the actual transcripts of the trials Joan of Arc had to endure after she was captured.

Beyond the historical context of the well known story of Joan of Arc, the young soldier fighting against an occupying power and her torment at the hands of religious fanatics before being burnt alive at the stake, it is a celebration of faith and the struggle against institutionalised state power. With Joan claiming to have direct spiritual access to the creator, however the religious establishment who interrogate Joan believe only they have monopolistic access to the higher power, of course their legitimacy lies in having this mandate.

 

Kijjaz - Electronics

Yui Cello - Cello

Kota Taki - Guitar

Baby’s Breath - Saxophone

 

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KIJJAZ

Kijjaz (Kijjasak Triyanond, Kijjaz Monotone) is one of the members of a Thai indie/pop group Monotone Group and the founder of Pollen Sound, his music production team and home recording studio. Currently at Pollen Sound, he works as the music producer, composer, arranger, and also recording/mixing/mastering engineer in his music projects.

Most of his projects are mainly pop music. With monotone group, he produced and co-write the songs in Yai Monotone (Bhurich Yai Sukhumalchandr)’s album “Heavenday Afternoon” which introduces Kijjaz to the wider audiences. Currently, he is producing for artists under his company “Pollen Sound”: Singto Numchok and Hers band in which he produces, arranges, and engineers all the songs and also co-writes some of the songs.

Except from these projects, he also has special interests in new music technology, for example, computer music, computer programming for music and sound synthesis, designing sounds with analog synthesizers, and also performed some of his works in experimental music events in Thailand or combine them with some of his pop music production.

www.facebook.com/KijjazMusic/
https://soundcloud.com/kijjaz

 

YUI CELLO

Yui-Saowakhon Muangkruan is a cellist based in Nakhonpathom, Thailand. She is known as someone who tells her story through her instrument. The Yui Cello phenomenon, as she explains, takes inspiration from society matters, other’s life experiences and her life. The text she composes unfolds like poetry while she cajoles her instrument with decisive strikes and loops, bringing out the multi-layered lyricism. Yui was invited to present her ideas at TEDx in Chiang Mai and participated in the Y2K14 International Looping Festival in Bangkok, Asian Meeting Festival 2015 in Japan, FEN 2015 in Singapore, migration music festival 2017 in Taiwan.collaboration with Koichi Shimizu for Pen-Ek Ratanaruang's latest film "Samui Song".

www.facebook.com/pg/YuiSaowakhon/
www.youtube.com/channel/UCTdmuWK1NVRdXVcnhtGmKrA/videos

 
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KOTA TAKI

Electric guitarist (musical improvisation)/composer/songwriter. Japanese born in 1969. Learnt classic piano since 1974 for 10 years. Composed music since 1984 and started original songwriting since then. A major debut from Victor Entertainment (Japan), signed an exclusive artist contract in 1998. Solo career from 2003 and performed "Dub drawing space musical improvisation" about 1,500 times all over Japan. Immigrated to Thailand in 2011 and started musical activities from 2013.

https://www.facebook.com/kota.amatuti.taki/
https://soundcloud.com/kota-amatuti-taki

 
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BABY’S BREATH

Formed 2014 in Bangkok, Baby’s Breath is the solo, experimental, free improvisation project of Paponpat Weerawit. Baby's Breath, in floral language means 'purity', translated to music, it means to create melodies, harmonies and rhythms from a pure heart. Inspired by psychedelia and absurdism he expresses emotions and what is hidden inside through melodies, harmonies, rhythms, atmospheres, etc. Baby’s Breath enjoys experimenting with different musical instruments including conventional ones like guitar and saxophone as well as traditional Thai instruments such as the khim and pi nai. He has previously performed live with noise rock band Ripper Ray and Mahakunchontrisian and was also the founding member of avante garde, drone, noise outfit Acid Moon, recently Weerawit has also been proactively organising experimental music events in Bangkok bringing together seemingly disparate styles of music through Primitive Synthesis.

https://www.facebook.com/thebabysbreath/
https://thebabysbreath.bandcamp.com/

 

DADFA

 

Sukhumvit 105, Khwaeng Bang Na, Khet Bang Na, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10260
(Between Soi Lasalle 31 and 33)
13.662726, 100.617830
Google Maps: Dadfa

 

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

BTS to Bearing, Exit 1 and motorcycle taxi to Lasalle 33 or walk to Sukhumvit 105 and take the red truck to Lasalle 33

 

TAXI or driving

Sukhumvit 105 - Soi Lasalle 33

There is parking available at the venue

 

ORGANISED BY

emesis

Jam Bangkok

SUPPORTED BY

Noise Market

Dadfa

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