An evening with music and experimental film…
Screening of old experimental flicks accompanied by the acclaimed musicians John Garden and Tory Orell called The Perfume of Dreams can be definitely considered as one of a Bristol International Short Film Festival highlights.
This was an evening full of an old surreal pictures and slightly futuristic music sounds. This is more and more popular trend nowadays. The silent cinema screenings accompanied by a live music, where people of all ages can come and enjoy old films presented in modern style. These kind of meetings are in my opinion one of best performances current cinema can offer – to everyone who is interested in film (and not only film!).
Because sometimes it´s nice to see cinema full of young people glued to screen, watching films, with which even some acclaimed film critics have problems.
And sometimes it is really hard to pay attention to the one hour full of experimental non-linear films. However, thanks to the amazing music accompaniment by those two guys, you will soon forget about you surroundings and think only about what is happening in front of you – so much that you can even forget about those completely uncomfortable chairs (especially if your legs just can’t fit into that tiny space, without kicking a person sitting in front of you).