Friday, October 16, 2015

Laurie Anderson and Brian Eno Talk Film, Music, Performance and the Nadir of Film Soundtracks

The new LFF strand that opened this year with Christopher Nolan and Tacita Dean in a crusading mood about the future of celluloid ended with Laurie Anderson and Brian Eno musing on the cross-currents in their careers between film, music and performance. LFF Connects has been a series of talks looking at the way film engages across all of the creative sectors. Guy Maddin, games designer Alistair Hope and documentary filmmaker Louis Theroux were among the other speakers. The final event was actually billed as a showcase for Anderson, the musician and performance artist whose gorgeous new feature "Heart of a Dog" (HBO Documentary Films, October 21) screened at the festival; but...

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