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Silent movie / Concert

With the sensational success of the silent-film series of 1913/14, Fantômas became one of the most infamous villains of film history.

The adventurous Icelandic band amiina take up the grim fascination of this early film series by French director Louis Feuillade and give it a contemporary dimension with the timeless beauty of their music. In Juve contre Fantômas, the second film in of the five-part silent-film series Inspector Juve’s continues his hunt for the dastardly criminal, again played by Reneé Navarre, who after a temporary arrest makes a spectacular escape in the end.

This film-and-music spectacle premiered in Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris in 2013. With their many-layered sound palette and unusual range of instruments, amiina weave a trilling sonic web of ethereal melancholic glamour, concentrated tension and driving rhythms.

Aniima was formed as a string quartet. They quickly developed their own unique sound world from an unusual collection of instruments – from singing saws to mbiras, musical boxes and almost anything that can be plucked, bowed or drummed. They have influenced the iconic sound and success of Sigur Rós, produced many internationally acclaimed EPs and albums and are involved in many international cross-genre collaborations.

Violin, metallophone and zither María Huld Markan Sigfúsdóttir
Violoncello and metallophone Sólrún Sumarlidadóttir
Drums and percussion Magnús Trygvason Eliassen
Electronics and Ukulele Gudmundur Vignir Karlsson

Duration 1h 10min

Main Event: > Kunstfestspiele Herrenhausen 2019 - all the infos
Event(s): 21.05.2019 
from 19:30 to 20:40 o'clock

Galerie Herrenhausen

  • Herrenhäuser Straße 3a
  • 30419 Hannover
Tickets 19,00 €
reduced Tickets 9,50 €
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Blick in den schmuckvollen Hauptsaal der Galerie Herrenhausen © Hassan Mahramzadeh