Tuesday 21 June 2011

Institute français d'Ecosse / Cinéconcerts programme


The Prisoner (P. MacGoohan, 1967)

By NeirdA & Z3ro (50 mins)
Mon 20 June 8:00 pm / Tue 21 June 6:00 pm
The Prisoner
'I'm not a number! I'm a free man!' The resourceful duo NeirdA & Z3ro reinvents the first episode of this cult British TV show. Read More >>


Desperado (R. Rodriguez, 1995)

By Bikini Machine (97 mins)
Tue 21 June 8:00 pm / Wed 22 June 6:00 pm
Heat and dust, cold sweats, sombreros, pitiless killers, femme fatale ... The electro-sixties touch of Bikini Machine turns 'Desperado' into a modern western.


Duel (S. Spielberg, 1971)

By Olivier Mellano (70 mins)
Wed 22 June 8:00 pm / Fri 24 June 6:00 pmDuel
'Olivier Mellano is an alchemist' wrote French magazine Les Inrockuptibles. His interpretation of Spielberg's first masterpiece proves them right. Read More >>


Lord of the Flies (P. Brook, 1963)

By Laëtitia Sheriff (91 mins)
Thu 23 June 6:00 pm
Laëtitia Sheriff
Brilliant solo interpretation of 'Lord of the flies' by one of French new talents. A cinéconcert created last December for Vendôme Film Festival. Read More >>


Mad Max (G. Miller, 1979)

By Montgomery (93 mins)
Thu 23 June 8:00 pm
Mad Max
A very cult 70's film + one of the most exciting current French bands = dynamite. Only one date, not to be missed! Read More >>



The Institut français takes part in the Edinburgh International Film Festival and becomes the hub for fans of music and films.
Five bands from Rennes, Brittany will perform in the Institut's theatre an exciting programme of 'cinéconcerts' - live new tailor-made soundtracks for cult films - creating a dialogue between their music and the images screened.
Vincent Guérin, Director


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