22. Oct – 2015 – 19:00
De Gudde Wëllen
17, rue du Saint Esprit
A fun fusion evening mixing cinematography and music!
We kick off with a screening of the utterly irresistible comedy Liza, the Fox-Fairy (with English subtitles), a fairy tale for grown-ups set in fictionalised 1970s Hungary and spiced up with colourful Japanese (!) pop elements, an enjoyable blend of Asian folklore with fanciful Amélie-inspired artistic direction, tinged with irony and black humour.
After the screening, the author of the film’s soundtrack, Hungarian musician Ambrus Tövisházi, will personally throw a lively DJ party like no other. His project ‘Erik Sumo presents Tokyo Disko’ will give you a taste of the sugary 70s Asian pop from the movie and other unmissable kitsch tunes. So go wild the (Far)Eastern way! Multicoloured vintage outfits recommended.
19.30 Screening of Liza, the Fox-Fairy
21.30 DJ party ‘Erik Sumo presents Tokyo Disco’
Get a taste of Erik Sumo here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gupmu_dfPs&feature=youtu.be
and watch the trailer of Liza here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWxLLyr9aOU
5/7 Eur (with/without pass)
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