Gosh, I didn’t offer much love to this blog in the last 10 months…
My last post dates 13 July and the radio silence is not due to lack of activities, it’s all my fault – blog of mine I neglected you and failed to keep you even partially up to date, my bad!
Most of my curated programs and productions have been cancelled, postponed or paused by the impact that the Covid-19 meteorite had on the cultural sectors in Australia and Europe but I will start posting regularly as soon as Cracking the Frame and my other programs will be able to be hosted again by cinemas, musea and festivals.
It seems appropriate (and hopefully auspicious) to close this post with some pics from the last KinoKonzert show of 2020, taken last March in a sold out QAGOMA in Brisbane.
A screening of ‘The Cabinet of Dr Caligari’ with an astonishing prepared piano solo soundtrack by Ashley Hribar. A packed cinema, a gifted musician, the tangible emotion of seeing a 100 year old masterpiece unfold in front of our eyes, and many inspired conversations with friends and strangers before and after the concert. How things have changed in such a short period of time but yes, also this will pass, I’m certain.