DREAMS with flowers in our hair … before the programme started, opening speeches.

DREAMS with flowers in our hair … before the programme started, opening speeches.

Film Programme for SONGS FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN - March 12th 2012 

Alice in Wonderland 

(with music by John Coltrane)

Cecil Hepworth

8 mins

Percy Stow

Titanic Footage

(with soundtrack by Christelle Lheureux and Apichatpong W)

6.36 mins

 

Peter Pan

(with LIVE music by Simon Fisher Turner)

Herbert Brennon

105 mins

Memories of the first Film on the Rocks Yao Noi Lab … a look at the first issue of our Newsletter

Memories of the first Film on the Rocks Yao Noi Lab … a look at the first issue of our Newsletter

Our path to SKY …dinner at Pradu Pier.
Inspired by Dan Flavin, Stanley Kubrick’s Space Odyssee:2001, Apichatpong’s description of his new film … it does not end.  A dinner on a spaceship at the end of the world decorated in local southern style serving a feast by Bo.lan with music by Zudrangma. 
Photograph by Piyatat Hemmatat.

Our path to SKY …dinner at Pradu Pier.

Inspired by Dan Flavin, Stanley Kubrick’s Space Odyssee:2001, Apichatpong’s description of his new film … it does not end.  A dinner on a spaceship at the end of the world decorated in local southern style serving a feast by Bo.lan with music by Zudrangma. 

Photograph by Piyatat Hemmatat.

Our co-curators, Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Tilda Swinton.
We love you both very much. 
Thank you for everything.
Photograph by Doug Bruce

Our co-curators, Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Tilda Swinton.

We love you both very much. 

Thank you for everything.

Photograph by Doug Bruce

We are really proud of our raft … it is baking in the sun at the moment in Yao Noi as it prepares for its next journey and to make its way back to the Village. It is one of the collaborations which we initiated, this time with Ole Scheeren.  It is one of the collaborations which our foundation, the Film on the Rocks Yao Noi Foundation presided by Nat Sarasas, Chomwan Weeraworawit and Apichatpong Weerasethakul that we presented at Film on the Rocks Yao Noi. It was worth Chomwan’s trips to Beijing despite the cold.  Thanks to Lenny Wong who was on ground with Win and also K Anuwat for supervising the building by the local fishermen.

It was truly magical, like going back to Never Land …

More on this to come …