Zerogridge un groupe new yorkais et The candles un groupe tangerois.
R22 Workshop / Atelier :
- du 12 au 14 Août 2009, 1er Workshop R22-Tanger
L’objectif de cette rencontre est de former deux ou trois participants lors d’un Workshop R22 à la CdT afin qu’ils puissent réaliser
des programmes radiophoniques pour R22-Tanger. Il s’agira de les former sur les prises de sons, traitement et diffusion de fichiers sonores.
L’équipe R22-Tanger devrait par la suite produire des chroniques autour de la programmation de la CdT, mais aussi de l’actualité culturelle
Cette formation a pour but d’apporter aux participants des connaissances techniques et un regard singulier. C’est une première récompense pour les jeunes réalisateurs sélectionnés.
L’Institut Français Tanger – Tétouan et l’ESAV Marrakech, première école de cinéma au Maroc, viennent apporter leurs expertises en formations pour faire de ce festival un rendez-vous de qualité.
Le réalisateur espagnol Oliver Laxe mène une expérience d’ateliers de film 16mm avec des adolescents qui vivent et étudient à l’association DARNA. L’histoire du cinéma, la pratique d’exercices, l’écriture et la réalisation font partie de cette collaboration artistique et pédagogique.
Oliver Orion writes most of his songs on long walks. He grew up in Tulsa, OK but has since lived on small islands in Maine and Washington, in New York, New Mexico, China, and Venezuela before coming to Tangier this year. The small high-desert towns of the Western U.S., foggy islands on both Coasts, the dusty petroleum camps of Lake Maracaibo, and the cityscapes of three continents have all influenced his writing and playing. Oliver sings about the constancy of human will, anxiety, dreams, and food products. Sometimes he strums, sometimes he makes animal noises, sometimes he performs with puppets, and sometimes he does none of those things. Visit www.virb.com/oliverorion for songs.
In the Spring of 1998 Jason Webley quit his day job, picked up his accordion, and hopped onto a Greyhound bus with the intention of playing in the streets until his money ran out. Nearly ten years, five albums and over a dozen countries later, Webley is still rambling across state lines and howling at the tomato moon. Along the way, Webley has garnered devoted fans everywhere from Moscow to Mexico City.
Webley appears like a back alley prophet in layers of baggy clothes, a trench coat and an old porkpie hat; he leaps onto stages, window ledges and bartops, feverishly pumping the bellows and stomping out the beat while roaring and whispering in his passionate, gravelly baritone. His music – a mix of gypsy, folk and punk – traverses age and social background, drawing grandparents, children, punks, drunks, and lovers into the fold. As a Seattle Weekly critic observed, "sixteen-year-old Goths, parents with little kids, aging hippies and fellow musicians – all can be seen at his concerts."
Webley’s shows are often much more than musical events. Stories, puppet shows and sing-alongs fill the spaces between songs. In one moment, spellbound by Webley’s lyrical verse and mysterious air, the audience will be so quiet you can hear a feather fall; in the next, the entire room will erupt into a giant tickle fight. Playful abandon and childlike frivolity are contagious. Everyone laughs. Some people cry. And, almost every show ends with the entire audience, swaying arm-in-arm, singing at the top of their lungs.
Beyond the accordion, Webley plays a variety of instruments - guitar, piano, and his trademark percussion instrument - a plastic vodka bottle full of coins gathered around the world. With degrees in sound engineering and theater, he produces all of his own albums and builds most of the elaborate props for his shows himself. The lino-cut prints that adorn several of his album covers and t-shirts are also carved by his own hand.
Well known for being a bit of a prankster, Webley once surprised the crew and passengers on a local commuter ferry by leading aboard a group of hundreds of fans dressed as pirates. That same year at Seattle’s Bumbershoot Festival, Webley was arrested after a zealous crowd pushed him to the top of the International Fountain. More recently, he staged a series of guerilla "musicals" in local supermarkets.
For the five years, around Halloween, Jason Webley "died," symbolically shedding his stage persona for the winter. At the first death his fans were led into the woods where Webley was stripped, shaved, placed in a coffin and driven away, not to be heard from for six months. In subsequent years he was carried away by a siren on a boat, left overnight tied to a tree, and swallowed in a maelstrom of balloons. Each spring, after half a year of silence, Webley was "reborn." First emerging from a coffin with a new look and a completely different repertoire, subsequent births found him swimming through near-freezing water to a show on a moored cruise ship and emerging from a cocoon like a butterfly. Between the spring and Halloween concerts, Webley kept an unrelenting tour schedule.
In 2004 however, fans saw a shift in this pattern. During his annual Halloween concert, Webley reenacted all four of the previous deaths, indicating that a cycle had been completed.
Since then, Webley has kept a busy schedule touring most of the year. In addition to venues across the US and Canada, he travels frequently to Europe and Russia (he has become something of a minor celebrity in Moscow).
He has also began his own record label, Eleven Records, and started a series of eleven collaborative records with his many musician friends around the the world. These have included recordings with The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band and Amanda Palmer of The Dresden Dolls, as well as his single "Eleven Saints" whose animated video has been a small internet senation, winning the attention of cult radio hero Dr. Demento and fantasy author Neil Gaiman
In 2008, Webley released his fifth full length album The Cost of Living. The new album features the members of his touring group, Michael McQuilken, Jherek Bischoff and Alex Guy.
Jason Webley has shared the stage with The Dresden Dolls, Devothcka, Regina Spektor, Architcture in Helsinki, The Avett Brothers, The Faint, Damien Jurado, Against Me, Laura Veirs, and Deerhoof. He has toured Australia, Russia, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, the Ukraine and many other countries, and has performed in hundreds of venues including The Great American Music Hall, CBGBs, the Gilman Street Project, Burning Man and the Glastonbury Festival.
FRIEDAY 9th AT THE CAFE
L'institut Cervantes présente:
HEVIA, un groupe de Fusion entre le folk traditionnel et moderne avec une efficacité incomparable , cette formation est l'une des plus représentatives de la musique pop espagnole actuelle.
SAMEDI 27.03 A 19:00
Garti Mohamed Adib, Tangerois d'origine et vivant à Bruxelles depuis dix ans, invite Junior Martins (Brésil) aux percussions autour de ce bel univers d'outre-océan qu'est la bossa nova.
Les deux musiciens se sont rejoints pour un hommage aux grands maîtres de ce style qui mélange le jazz, les rythmes sambas et la poésie. Joao Gilberto, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Maoraes, Chico Buarque Djavan, ... des noms qui ont marqué l'histoire de la "nouvelle vague" (Bossa nova) et qui sont au centre de ce projet.
Garti et Junioor n'hésitent pas à s'approprier les morceaux, passant par des impros farfelues, des introductions afro et des rythmes samba.
Nous avons saisi l'occasion de leur passage à Tanger pour organiser un concert de dernière minute au café du cinéma Rif pour le bonheur des oreilles romantiques, des personnes en recherche de douceur et de chaleur à la fois.
A ne pas manquer !
MERCREDI 10.03 A 20:30
Mr. Hulot’s Holiday + Tati Cine-Mix with Rachid Taha and VJ Alexandre Elkouby
Wednesday, June 30, 6:00pm
A concert to celebrate both the cinema of Jacques Tati and the opening of the Mediterranean Nights music festival. The night’s program includes a screening of Mr. Hulot’s Holiday (restored version) at the Cinematheque (6:00pm) before a rendez-vous with Rachid Taha, VJ Elkouby, and the images of Jacques Tati at the Palace of Italian Institutions (9:00pm).
In partnership with Cultures France, the Groupama Gan Foundation for Cinema, the Technicolor Foundation for Cinema Heritage, Nights of the Mediterranean, and The Films of Mon Oncle.
During the week, film students from ECAL (Ecole cantonale d'art de Lausanne), its director Pierre Keller, and the two major contemporary Swiss film directors Lionel Baier (Mon père, c'est un lion, Un autre homme) and Jean Stéphane Bron (Cleveland contre Wall street) will be at the Cinematheque de Tanger.
The week will open with a public meet-and-greet featuring the students' short films (Tuesday, September 28, 7:30pm) and will close with the screening of a film directed by the students during their stay in Tangier (Saturday, October 2, 7:30pm).
Sunday, 03/10 at 6:00 p.m.
MANHATTAN SHORT FILM FESTIVAL broadcasts a week of short films about all the different continents in many theaters, galleries, museums and cafes
FROM 5 TO 9.10 - FREE ENTRY
Organized by the Moroccan Cinematographic Centre. See the full program, available at the Cinematheque.
26.10 A 20:00
ANGELO SPENCER, a French expatriate in the United States, started being a one-man band 5 years ago. Heavily influenced by West and North African music and now accompanied by a drummer and second guitar, he takes a quasi-instrumental direction for concerts that have the feeling of the desert, the giant redwoods of Northern California and the old echoes of bands from the sixties. www.myspace.com/angelospencer
OLIVER ORION is a wanderer. He lives in Tangier where he teaches theater to children. http://oliveorion.bandcamp.com
FRIDAY 26.11 AT 19:30 – FREE ENTRY
As part of a quarterly series, in partnership with the Librairie les Insolites (Tangier) about publishing, media, photography and new cultural movements, this discussion will be led by Mehdi Hadj Khalifa, founder of the architecture magazine in BALACK BALACK. A new publication dedicated to architectural experimentation, BALACK ... is also an editorial feature open to conceptual design based on urbanity.
Saturday, 13.11 AT 17:00
The Boulevard Tour: Concert with Barry, and Mobydick SA3ER MAN
This event is part of a series of concerts organized by the EAC-L'BOULVART in 5 cities of Morocco with the major groups of the local urban scene but also with the findings from The Springboard Boulevard.
MUSLIM / / HIPHOP
With Tangier origins, Muslim found his inspiration in the streets of his city. Daily life consisted of
North African and sub-Saharan Africans looking towards the west, the mafias of Tangier
drug trafficking, suffering and distress inhabiting the city of Tangier. Muslim uses the his rap as a form of protest. Initiated by Nigerians, he learned the rhythms, sounds and recording techniques that he uses with limited resources.
After a chaotic start, Muslim is now an author, composer and performer. His album "Al Tamaroud "(Revolt) was released in 2009.
Lazywall / / ROCK
Founded in 2003 in Reading, Great Britain, Lazywall was founded by two brothers Monz and Nao.
Between gigs and creations, in 2004 Lazywall recorded their first EP, "Barclode Disclosure", in in Leicester UK, and put their talents into the hands of manager Gary Field. In 2006, Lazywall give birth to their first album. "Primal Tapes, recorded in Chicago and mastered in London. In 2008 they settled in Tangier and are recording their second album, ‘Apoptosia’.
DU 17 AU 19.12
EL VIAJE DE CAROL
DE IMANOL URIBE
VENDREDI 17.12 A 17:30
EL BAILE DE LA VICTORIA
DE FERNANDO TRUEBA
VENDREDI 17.12 A 20:00
DE PAU FREIXAS
SAMEDI 18.12 A 17:30
NACIDAS PARA SUFRIR
DE MIGUEL ALBALADEJO
SAMEDI 18.12 A 20:00
EL DIARIO DE CARLOTA
DE JOSE MANUEL CARRASCO
DIMANCHE 19.12 A 17:30
LAS VIUDAS DE LOS JUEVES
DE MARCELO PINEYRO
DIMANCHE 19.12 A 20:00
Initiated by Scènes du Maroc. In partnership with Lyon Opera and Institute of the Arab World (Paris).
A meeting with four jazz musicians (Mad Nomad Lyon Quartet) and four of Ganawa Dar Gnawa (with Abdellah El Gourd Mâalam) for a residency that will end with a public concert.
The theme of this residency is one of Lila Derdeba (traditional Gnawa ceremony).
Ecole Nationale Superieure de la Cambre (Belgium) - Ecole des Beaux Arts de Besancon (France) come to Tangier
Workshop of research and artistic creation that will focus on the tourism industry and borders (with the Ecole Nationale Superieure de la Cambre, Belgium and the Ecole des Beaux Arts de Besancon, France- in collaboration with young artists from Tangier).
Each student will design a project. This work will be screened at the Cinematheque and published in the months that follow.
www.lacambre.be / www.erba.besancon.com
Organized by the CCM
From 21.01 to 29.01
A showcase of all the Moroccan cinema from the last year. It is being held in several places in the city, the annual meeting of Moroccan cinema: actors, actresses, directors, producers and viewers come along. A competition with feature films and shorts, meetings and debates. The selection will appear soon on www.ccm.ma
A concert with the “Master Musicians of JAJOUKA” led by Bachir Attar and Duke Garwood
Saturday, 12.02 at 19:00
The artist Shezad Dawood makes a monumental version of the dream machine invented by Brion Gysin, which became an icon in capturing the interest of several artists and scientists. Dawood is focussing on the 'New Dream Machine Project' to get closer to the action of the artist and writer Brion Gysin in Morocco in the sixties, recreating his "Dream Machine", influenced by Sufi philosophy and the hallucinatory action of light.
At the Cinematheque de Tanger, a single concert performance will resume the recording of 1968 from the legendary Brian Jones (RollingStones) and 'Master Musicians of Jajouka' (which played regularly at the "1001 Nights", the famous restaurant of Brion Gysin in Tangier). This is the new generation of "Master Musicians" and the famous British guitarist Duke Garwood will try to recreate that moment of legend around the giant dream machine that will be installed for the occasion. Shezad Dawood is also making a documentary film in 16mm for this event.
16 to 20 February 2011
THE FILM FESTIVAL YOUNG TALENT is the first festival dedicated to independent filmmaking for young Moroccans. It includes a competition of short films, workshops, meetings and screenings. The 4th edition will take place at the Cinematheque Tangier in February 2011.
Co-organized by the Cinematheque de Tanger, the Tanger-Tetouan French Institute and the Association Safinatou el fan.
Free admission for all women. In partnership with MEDITEL.
The International Women's Day originated with women’s marches in the early twentieth century in Europe and the United States, demanding equality, voting rights and better working conditions. The Cinematheque supports the cause by showing a film about the journey of a woman of conviction.
RACONTE SHEHERAZADE (FEMMES DU CAIRE)
BY YOUSRI NASRALLAH
Tuesday, 08.03 at 15:30 / 18:00
Projection at 6pm followed by a discussion. With the participation of AMNESTY ENCGT, the Association of former pupils from Houda School and OMDH Tangier.
Every 30th March, the National Disability Day is held in Morocco. The country,which has 5.12% of people with disabilities, the equivalent of 1.53 million people in the general population, is very concerned by this event. This day is the occasion to male everyone aware of this.
The initiative of SOS MOROCCO MOTOR DISABILITY
A group of men and women animated by the same ideals and all imbued with a spirit of development of associational activity, from different socio-professional backgrounds, have joined forces to improve the lives of disabled people.
14:00 SELECTION DE COURTS METRAGES
16:00 ELLE S'APPELLE SABINE
DE SANDRINE BONNAIRE
19:00 UN TEMPS POUR L'IVRESSE DES CHEVAUX
DE BAHMAN GHOBADI
FROM 18 to 20.04
In partnership with ESAV (Marrakech), Apartment 22 and the R22 radio.
Proposed and directed by Abdellah Karroum, this research laboratory associate itself with artists and theorists. The fifth session is to study the works based on the moving image and their modes of production and exhibition.
With support from the Foundation Janelly and Jean-Rene Fourtou (Marrakech), the Clark Art Institute (Williamstown).
Open to students and professionals of culture
For more information www.cinemathequedetanger.com or www.appartement22.com
Moderated by Nathalie Guimard and Karen Louÿs
Part of the Salon International de Tanger des Livres et des Arts
Complete programme on www.salontanger.org
Throughout the year, Fotokino offers exhibitions,screenings, workshops and meetings in the field of Image Arts(www.fotokino.org) in Marseille and elsewhere.
WORKSHOPS AT THE CINEMATHEQUE
Saturday, 07/05 at 10: 00 (4 to 6 years)
Saturday, 07/05 at 14: 00 (more than 6 years)
Reservations required with firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, 07/05 at 16:00
FROM 5 YEARS
Selection of gems and amazing animated film. Inventive films made by independent designers from around the world and distributed outside the streams of traditional cinema.
Sunday, 5.06 At 19:00
Presented by the collective Soundwalk www.soundwalk.com
In partnership with French Institute / French Alliance of New York www.fiaf.org
In April 2011, the sound artists Soundwalk recorded sounds along the Straits and in the city of Tangier, and collected an infinite variety of sound fragments. They will present an original performance "The Passenger" from sounds pressed on vinyl.
Friday, 10.06 At 19:30
Followed by a discussion with the directors.
The films are made by students of the school and have won awards in various festivals in 2010-2011.
LAUNDRY BY MEHDI AZZAM
THE GLASS BY RIANANDO LUDOVIC RANDRIAMANANTSOA
THE OTHER SIDE BY MAMA YOUSSEF
TALBANINE BY ADNANE BARAKA
WHITE GOLD BY ADAMA SALLE
ORIENTAL DANCE BY AMINE SMAI
APNEA BY MAHASSINE EL HACHADI
DOCUMENTARY / DRAMA
MOROCCO, 91min, VIDEO, AR ST FR
Thursday 21.07 A 21:00
ANDA JALEO (Fire Records, 2010) Federico Garcia Lorca’s popular folk song collection “Las Canciones Populares Espanolas” was banned under Franco’s dictatorship and today the music survives but marginally within the Spanish sub-conscious. Taking their cue from Lorca and La Argentinita’s infectious 1931 recording of the songs, Josephine Foster a nd her partner Spanish musician Victor Herrero have arranged the poetically rich collection for their new acoustic band, formed while living in the Grenadine Sierra. Anda Jaleo is the band’s live recording of “Las Canciones”; a visceral celebration of the persistance of popular anonymous song /////////////// La colección de “Canciones Populares Españolas" recopiladas y armonizadas por Federico García Lorca fue censurada en tiempos de Franco, y hoy en día la música sobrevive aunque de una manera vaga en el subconsciente del pueblo español. Inspirados por la contagiosa grabación de las canciones de Lorca y La Argentinita de 1931, Josephine Foster y su compañero el músico español Víctor Herrero han arreglado esta poética y rica colección para su nueva banda acústica , formada mientras vivían en la sierra de Granada. Anda Jaleo es la grabación en directo de su versión de “Las Canciones"; una celebración visceral de la canción popular anónima y su persistencia.
Josephine Foster and the Victor Herrero Band (USA/Vejer, ESP)
Eva Band (Emsallah)
Oliver Orion (Tangier/USA)
Sarah Ariche (Tangier)