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2009-02-25

MUSIC ON FILM, FILM ON MUSIC AT THE MEDIAWAVE


The MEDIAWAVE Festival invited MOFFOM (Music on Film - Film on Music) film festival to present a selection of their VH1 Rock Docs section. The festival audience will have a great opportunity to watch the film about James Brown and about one of the loudest rock bands of the world, 'The Who' .

 

Founded in 2004 as a non-profit members association, Music on Film o.s., MOFFOM festival has grown over the years organizing various activities dedicated to the convergence of music and film. First and foremost, MOFFOM is an annual music film festival in Prague with ambition to move to other countries.

 

 

 

What is a music film? What is “music on film”?


Many people think of “music on film” in terms of soundtracks and film scores. While music created for dramatic feature films is an important element of cinema, MOFFOM focuses above all on the genre of nonfiction filmmaking known as music documentary, covering subjects relating to music as a social phenomenon. Another type of documentary music film is the performance film, also known as a concert film. As we use the term in a general sense, “music film” can also include the biopic, a fiction film based on the life of a musical artist. Musicals are a genre of music films originating in musical theater that mostly combine singing and choreographed dance.

A more recent type of music film is the music video. The term usually marks a single clip for a single song. Music shorts are films of less than 30 minutes in length that might have fictional or other narrative elements but are recognizably focused on the musical content.

Finally there is the cine-concert - a live performance accompanying a film. These typically take place in classic movie houses but can also be staged in other venues, such as clubs, art spaces and outdoor happenings.

These definitions are not meant to be scholarly and are presented here only as a brief explanation of the orientation of MOFFOM and “music on film.”


The Night James Brown Saved Boston


Director: David Leaf
2008 | USA | English | 74 min.

Producer: David Leaf, Arlene Wszalek, Eric Kulberg
Screenplay: Morgan Neville
Editor: Peter S. Lynch II
Contact: VH1, Rock Doc

 

 

 

April 5, 1968, the day after the murder of Martin Luther King Jr. As rioting erupts in America's inner cities, James Brown flies into Boston for a scheduled gig. Fearing an influx of angry blacks into the city center, the newly elected mayor plans to cancel the concert but is convinced by a young black councilman to not only let the show go on but to broadcast it live on TV in hopes of keeping people off the streets. This VH1-produced documentary reconstructs the seething tension of the time, analyzes Brown's ambivalent relationship with the civil rights movement and shows the Godfather of Soul at his dazzling best, both as a showman and as a leader.

 

 

Amazing Journey: The Story of the Who

 
Director.: Murray Lerner, Paul Crowder
2007 | USA, UK | English | 120 min.

Producer: Nigel Sinclair, Robert Rosenberg
Screenplay: Mark Monroe
Editor: Paul Crowder
Music: The Who
Contact: VH1, Rock Docs

 

 

 

 

A skinny, arty guitarist with an appetite for destruction. A mic-twirling singer who liked a fight. A bearish, sardonic bassist. Chaos personified on drums. Four west London lads who somehow coalesced into The Who. Packed with electric live footage and expansive commentary from Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, this is a comprehensive portrait of one of rock's greatest and loudest bands, from post-World War II childhood through mod hits and rock operas, epic excesses and internal battles, the deaths of Keith Moon and John Entwistle, and the recent return to action of Daltrey and Townshend - sometime antagonists and fiercely loyal friends who, far from dying before they got old, have aged as gracefully as anyone in their generation.

 

 

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