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Xenakis Révolution : Le bâtisseur du son

Canadian Premiere

Xenakis Révolution : Le bâtisseur du son

Stéphane Ghez

France | 2022 | 55 min
French |
Subtitles: English
A composer, architect, and engineer, Xenakis was a forerunner of computer music, sound and light shows, and spatial concerts. He is still inspiring artists from the electronic scene to this day. This documentary reveals the man behind the artist and comments on his utopian and revolutionary vision, which led to the development of a unique art form at the intersection of music, architecture, science, and mathematics. It will particularly appeal to lovers of electronic music, art, and music history.
Other festivals:
SACEM, Best Music Documentary Award, France (2022)
Golden Prague International TV Festival, Czech Crystal Award, Czech Republic (2022)
Director Stéphane Ghez
Executive Production Florent Péridont
Editing Lionel Delebarre
Sound Julien Desprès, Damien Perrolaz
Cinematography Denis Gaubert, Julien Desprès
Graphic Creation Karim Godfrin
Music Thomas Nicol
Lighting Vivian Daval

In Partnership with


• Théâtre Outremont
Wednesday, march 15, 2023, 05:30 p.m. — 07:15 p.m.


Stéphane Ghez

Stéphane Ghez

Director and journalist, Stéphane Ghez is interested in art, culture, history, and society. He directed for Arte and France Télévisions the films: Charlotte Perriand, pionnière de l’art de vivre, Les âmes baltes, art, légendes et paysages, César, sculpteur décompressé, Bernard Buffet, le grand dérangeur, Au cœur du Vatican, Castrats, la voix des anges and Sur les pas de…… a series of musical documentaries about the life and work of Verdi, Beethoven, Bizet, Mahler…

Biographical notes provided by the film production team
Joan Mitchell, une femme dans l’abstraction (2022)
Oskar Kokoschka — Portraits européens (2022)
Xenakis révolution — Le Bâtisseur du son (2022)
Charlotte Perriand, pionnière de l’art de vivre (2019)
Les Âmes baltes — Arts, Légendes et Paysages (2018)

In the same session

Théâtre Outremont

Wednesday, march 15, 2023, 05:30 p.m.

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