Organisé à Tours depuis plus de 20 ans par Jazz à Tours et le Petit faucheux, Émergences est le festival qui révèle les talents émergents de la scène jazz. Plus qu'un simple festival, Émergences célèbre la diversité, la créativité et l'audace, des valeurs essentielles portées par le festival... et par la nouvelle génération d'artistes, des musiciennes et musiciens talentueux que vous pourrez retrouver à Tours pendant 5 jours.
Jazz à Tours x Petit faucheux
Le Petit faucheux et Jazz à Tours vous donnent rendez-vous du 9 au 13 novembre pour 5 jours de concerts avec Mysterium, Erik Friedlander, Bada-Bada, PAN.tone, l'association Noise Gate, Tea steam, Bahvoilà, Silmä, Tea Leaves, Suzanne et P.446.
Nous avons hâte de vous accueillir au Petit faucheux, au Bateau Ivre, à la Bibliothèque Municipale de Tours, à la Salle Ockeghem et dans les bars de Tours, La Grande Ourse, Le Balkanic, le Piraat Café et au Quartier pour Le Barathon de Noise Gate.
Mer. 9 | Erik Friedlander à 20h au Petit faucheux Jeu. 10 | Bada-Bada + PAN.tone à 20h au Bateau Ivre Ven. 11 | Le Barathon de NOISE GATE à partir de 18h au Le Quartier avec Tea steam, à 19h30 à La Grande Ourse avec Bahvoilà, à 20h30 au Bar le Piraat Café avec Silmä et à 22h au Le Balkanic avec Tea Leaves. Sam. 12 | Mysterium avec Yohna à 20h au Petit faucheux Dim. 13 | Suzanne + P.446 à 15h à la Salle Ockeghem
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Cela fait cent ans qu'il existe, et qu’il ne s'est jamais rien interdit. Il a pris des formes imaginables, il a choisi des chemins toujours plus étonnants, et s'est lentement (mais sûrement) infiltré dans une multitude de genres musicaux, du classique à la pop, du rock au hip-hop.
Mais si le jazz continue de nous étonner aujourd'hui, c'est grâce aux gens qui le façonnent. Des femmes et des hommes de passion, des musiciennes et des musiciens à l'inspiration sans limite, à la curiosité insolente, outrepassant les interdits.
Cette année encore, la programmation du festival Émergences, élaborée conjointement par Jazz à Tours et le Petit faucheux, illustre cette liberté et cette passion. Sous l'égide du parrain de la scène downtown new-yorkaise Erik Friedlander, elle croise jeunes talents locaux et nationaux.
Car Émergences se veut vecteur de transmission entre différentes générations. Ainsi, après son concert au Petit faucheux, le violoncelliste américain animera une masterclass en compagnie des jeunes musicien.ne.s de Jazz à Tours.
Puis le traditionnel Barathon, organisé par Noise Gate, l'association des élèves de Jazz à Tours, sera l’occasion pour ces jeunes musiciens de faire vibrer les bars de Tours
Deux projets tourangeaux, PAN.tone et P.446, ouvriront les soirées du jeudi au Bateau Ivre et celle du dimanche, la salle Ockeghem, qui se poursuivront avec deux formations prometteuses du jazz hexagonal : Bada-Bada et Suzanne.
Les musiciennes prennent à nouveau une place pleine et entière dans cette édition du festival. Le projet Mystérium, accompagné par le Petit Faucheux, porté par sept jeunes femmes de talents, donne à voir une création audacieuse où le théâtre se mêle aux mélodies.
Et parce que la situation des femmes musiciennes sur la scène jazz reste une problématique d’actualité, un temps d’échange aura lieu à la bibliothèque centrale de Tours et sera retransmise direct sur Radio Béton.
À l'image des artistes de cette scène, le festival Émergences revendique un jazz libre et curieux, engagé et ouvert sur le monde, moderne et passionnant.
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Loin des images figées d’une musique élitiste tournée vers le passé, le festival Émergences, co-organisé par Jazz à Tours et le Petit faucheux, donne l’occasion de partager un jazz vivant, audacieux et accessible, avec des artistes aussi magnétiques que fédérateurs. Cette soirée au Bateau Ivre mettra en lumière l’émergence de la scène jazz actuelle. Au menu ce 10 novembre : Le combo BADA-BADA mêlant ambiances électroniques planantes, beats hip-hop et Jazz 2.0 ainsi que le quartet PAN.tone, mariant pop, jazz et rock !
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CELSIUS Announces Presenting Sponsorship With Breakaway Music Festival for All 10 Tour Stops
BOCA RATON, Fla. — CELSIUS, the premium lifestyle energy drink formulated to power active lifestyles with ESSENTIAL ENERGY, announced its multi-year partnership with Breakaway Music Festival, the nation’s largest multi-city music festival. CELSIUS will be the Presenting Sponsor for all 10 stops on the festival tour in 2024 and will provide concert-goers with the energy they need to immerse themselves in the live musical performances and offer consumers an unforgettable experience.
Each stop on the Breakaway Music Festival Tour will double as a stop on the ESSENTIAL VIBES TOUR, a tour that brings ESSENTIAL ENERGY to the best music festivals and concerts around the nation. As both tours aim to provide consumers with immersive, memorable experiences, there is tremendous synergy in the partnership between CELSIUS and Breakaway Music Festival. As part of its exclusive partnership, CELSIUS will take part in the “Road to Breakaway,” including fitness activations and workouts led by CELSIUS trainers and brand partners at each stop. In addition, CELSIUS is inviting consumers to enjoy a variety of full can samples of CELSIUS Vibe flavors, co-branded giveaways, sip on exclusive CELSIUS mocktails, and select meet and greets with artists. CELSIUS will also partner with various retailers on VIP consumer promotions.
“We’re so excited to expand our CELSIUS ESSENTIAL VIBES TOUR to include the Breakaway Music Festival,” commented Kyle Watson, CELSIUS Executive VP of Marketing. “We look forward to providing attendees with Essential Energy and exclusive brand experiences that will help make their festival experiences unforgettable.
“Breakaway is in a substantial growth phase, expanding to 10 US festivals in 2024, multi-market college tour, and exclusive cultural moments across the US. We couldn’t be more excited to partner with Celsius Energy as our title sponsor during this pivotal time of growth.” said Co-Founder of Breakaway, Adam Lynn. “Breakaway is leading the way in bringing a new festival experience to underserved markets across the US. As an independent promoter, sponsors are incredibly important in helping us bring top talent to new markets each year as well as deliver new engaging experiences for fans.”
“Breakaway is thrilled to partner with Celsius Energy across our national Breakaway festival series. We’ve witnessed a dramatic shift in our GenZ and young millennial fanbase, who are making concerted efforts to shift their consumption choices to those that are supporting their healthier, anything but sedentary lifestyle.” said VP of Brand Partnerships, Adam Grosze. “Celsius has been a pioneering force, inspiring and empowering people to live a more active lifestyle. We look forward to partnering with Celsius in bringing exciting new flavors to our fanbase and in championing this collective cause.”
CELSIUS will be present at the Breakaway Music Festivals in Tampa, FL, Charlotte, NC, Columbus, OH, Kansas City, KS, St. Paul, MN, Grand Rapids, MI, Boston, MA, Nashville, TN, and San Francisco, CA.
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Celsius Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: CELH) is a global consumer packaged goods company with a proprietary, clinically proven formula. A lifestyle energy drink born in fitness and a pioneer in the rapidly growing energy category. CELSIUS energy drinks offer proprietary, functional, energy formulas clinically-proven to offer significant health benefits to its users. CELSIUS energy drinks are backed by six university studies that were published in peer-reviewed journals validating the unique benefits provided by them.
About Breakaway Music Festival
BREAKAWAY Music Festival is the nation’s leading touring music festival providing premium experiences and entertainment to music fans across the nation. Since its inception in Columbus, Ohio in 2016, the festival has expanded into multiple cities and grown into a two-day, multi-stage event. Breakaway has successfully reached music fans in cities that have traditionally been overlooked by other festivals, bringing superstar performances to diverse local communities. With over 100,000 attendees in 2023, Breakaway has become a must-see event for music lovers across the country. Our festivals champion music, art, creativity and diverse community celebration in your hometown, offering Gen Z, Millennials and everyone else invaluable interactive experiences. Leave it all behind—and BREAKAWAY.
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Mobile pastor tours war-torn Israel near the Gaza Strip
MOBILE, Ala. ( WALA ) - A local pastor is back in Mobile after traveling to the devastated Israel to get a first hand look at ground zero.
John Breland at South Coast Church just spent five days near the Gaza Strip.
He toured war-ravaged areas and even the site where hundreds were murdered at a music festival on October 7th. It was the massacre that would set everything off.
Breland was with other ministers through the global organization City Serve.
Throughout the five day stay, Breland said he heard story on top of story of death and destruction.
He saw a playground that also doubled as a bomb shelter and homes bombed and shot up as Hamas militants wiped out whole communities.
Despite so much death and destruction, Breland said hope was somehow, some way still in the air.
Listen to his full interview with FOX10 News Anchor Shelby Myers.
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Blanke Announces 2024 North American Tour
Blanke reveals details for the Earth To The Stars: Emergence Tour, which will also feature opening sets from his ÆON project!
Australian producer Blanke never fails to captivate listeners. He always has a hand in different genres, and fans look forward to how his wide range of sounds traverses from heavy dubstep to melodic bass, midtempo, and more. With the welcome addition of his his recent drum and bass-leaning ÆON project, it’s clear that Blanke knows how to garner a diverse following while staying true to the music he wants to make.
Now, Blanke’s Nobodies (his dedicated fanbase) can look forward to catching him back in North America for an extended period in 2024. Next year will see the producer embarking on his Earth To The Stars: Emergence Tour , featuring a plethora of shows across the United States and Canada . Pulling out all the stops with brand-new music, visuals, production, and merch, this is set to be one of Blanke’s most special tours to date.
Cities like Chicago , Toronto , Detroit , Montreal , San Diego , San Francisco , Washington, D.C. , and Salt Lake City have been revealed in the phase one announcement. Blanke hinted via Instagram that “ there is LOTS more to come ,” so don’t stress too much if you don’t see your city among those listed so far.
What makes this tour special is that attendees can catch not one, but two sets from the man himself. Along with Blanke headlining, he will also play opening ÆON:MODE sets at each show as well. Make sure to get there early to witness all the insanity in these heavy drum and bass performances. Other opening acts and special guests have not yet been announced.
If you’re wanting to get in on the action, don’t miss out on the presale for first access to tickets. The presale begins this Thursday, November 16 at 10am PST. Visit Blanke’s official website to sign up!
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While being a fan of dance music since she first heard deadmau5' "Ghosts 'n' Stuff" in middle school, Hannah officially started attending EDM events and festivals in 2015 and hasn't left the scene since. Her favorite festivals are Ultra Music Festival and Electric Forest. She is a graduate of San Diego State University, receiving a degree in journalism with an emphasis in public relations. Whether she's grooving to some tech house, getting down to hard techno, vibing to uplifting trance, or headbanging to dubstep, you can be sure to catch her dancing her heart out at a variety of shows.
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Beck with the LA Phil
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One of the most adventurous forces in music is joined by the LA Phil.
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As the title of his last full-length album— Hyperspace —suggests, Beck has traveled light years since his emergence as a reluctant generational spokesperson when “Loser” became a ubiquitous smash in 1994. In the decades since, Beck’s singular career has seen him blurring boundaries and blazing a path into the future while simultaneously foraging through the past. His capacity for innovation and reinvention is rivaled only by his prowess on stage: The Times of London recently hailed him as “a one-man festival” and suggested “perhaps only Prince had more range.” The winner of eight Grammys—including 2014’s Best Album for Morning Phase —he explores his timeless and genre-defying body of work with the LA Phil.
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17 Best Moscow Tours
Are you planning a visit to the capital of Russia and looking for the best Moscow tours? From Red Square to the Kremlin and from world-class art to fairytale buildings, Moscow is an enchanting city that offers plenty of excitement and elegance. Its history dates back more than 800 years, and there is culture in abundance for visitors to immerse themselves in.
Make the most of your visit with 17 of the best Moscow tours that let you see everything the city and its surroundings have to offer.
1 – Guided Tour of the Moscow Metro
Moscow’s metro is world-famous, thanks to the architectural delights on offer underground stations around the capital. This guided tour of the Moscow stations, otherwise known as “the palace of the people” lasts for 1.5 hours and includes an English-speaking guide who will tell you how the Russian metro became one of the most beautiful in the world. Highlights include Mayakovskaya station with its aviation-themed mosaics.
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2 – Cosmonautics Museum Space Tour
Discover Cosmonautics Museum with this space tour. Dive into one of the greatest battles between the Soviet Union and the United States – the space race. Hear about the space programs of the USSR and learn about how the USSR shaped space travel and technology.
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3 – Guided Tour of the Kremlin
A Kremlin is actually a citadel in Russian towns, and Moscow’s version is, without doubt, the most famous. The Kremlin is the heartbeat of the city, and this guided tour takes you to the most important points of interest. See Cathedral Square with its orthodox temples; Tzar Cannon with its 890mm calibre, which is the largest in the world; and the exterior of the all-important government buildings that are located within the Kremlin’s walls.
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4 – Moscow City Walking Tour
One of the best Moscow tours for seeing everything the city has to offer, this small-group walking tour lasts for 2 hours and includes an expert guide. Make the most of the capital and see the cobbled spaces of Red Square, take pictures of St Basil’s Cathedral, visit the elegant Bolshoi Theatre, and enjoy the ornamental Alexandrovsky Garden.
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5 – Night Tour of Moscow
When the sun sets, the fun begins – and it all starts with a night tour of Russia’s most famous city. The beauty of Moscow comes into full effect after hours, as iconic buildings like St Basil’s Cathedral illuminate against the night sky. Other locations on this tour include the Moscow River and the Ukraine Hotel, which is a landmark skyscraper that was constructed during the era of Stalin.
6 – Sergiev Posad Day Trip
One of the best Moscow tours that take you outside of the city, the Sergiev Posad day trip provides the opportunity to see The Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is the spiritual centre of the Russian Orthodox Church. It’s made up of a number of different buildings that include the blue domes of the Cathedral of the Assumption, Church of St. Sergius and the Bell Tower.
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7 – City Sightseeing Moscow Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Cruise
If your time in Moscow is limited, this hop-on, hop-off bus tour is ideal – and it even features an optional cruise on the river. Choose between a 2 and 3-day ticket and see famous landmarks like Red Square, the Kremlin and the Bolshoi Theatre from an open-top panoramic bus with informative audio commentary. Take your experience to the next level by upgrading to a boat tour.
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8 – Guided Tour of the Tretyakov Gallery
As one of the world’s most important galleries, the Tretyakov Gallery is a must-see for any art lovers and is one of the best Moscow tours for culture vultures. Learn about the masterworks of Pablo Tretyakov with a guided tour and discover the secrets behind the paintings. Other noticeable artists on view include Fedotov, Vasnetsov, Rokotov and Kiprenski, who is the author of the famous “Portrait of Alexander Pushkin”.
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9 – Alternative Moscow: 2-Hour Walking Tour
See a different side of Moscow with this 2-hour alternative tour. An expert guide will take you around quirky streets, suburbs and squares while as your veer away from the traditional tourist hotspots. Highlights include a ride on the famous “Annushka” tram and a visit to the neighbourhood of Khitrovka, which was once known as the criminal district of the city.
10 – St.Basil’s Cathedral and Red Square: Private Tour and Ticket
Combine two of Moscow’s biggest attractions with a visit to Red Square and St.Basil’s Cathedral. Admire the beautiful architecture of St.Basil’s Cathedral from inside and out, before wandering Red Square and learn about the soldiers, farmers and revolutionaries that all called this famous square their home. Round things off with the changing of the guard at Alexander Garden.
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11 – Bunker-42 Cold War Museum Guided Tour
Moscow is notorious for the Cold War, which lasted for about 45 years between 1945 and 1990. Head to the world-famous Bunker-42, located 65 meters below ground level, and learn about the storied past. Visit rooms and passages that were set up to shelter 3,000 people in case of nuclear attack and discover other sections, such as the equipment room and the war-proof telecommunications system.
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12 – Architecture Tour of Moscow’s Metro and Kolomenskoye Estate
Combine the beauty of the metro stations with the Kolomenskoye Estate and see some of Moscow’s grandest sights. After visiting the elegant metro stations, it’s time to go to the Kolomenskoye Estate, which is filled with UNESCO-listed sites that are dedicated to Tsar Peter the Great.
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13 – Tour of Soviet Moscow
Unpick the history of the USSR with one of the best Moscow tours for discovering Soviet Moscow. Starting at Monument to the Conquerors of Space, a tribute to the success of the Soviet space programme, the tour includes historical landmarks and interesting tidbits about Soviet Russia. There is also a visit to the All-Russia Exhibition Centre (VDNKh), a site that was constructed under the aegis of the USSR in tribute to state achievements.
14 – Moscow: 2.5-Hour Luxury River Cruise with Dining Option
Sail down the Moscow River on this 2.5 hour tour that provides a different perspective of the city and includes landmark sights. The boat features two decks and has panoramic views as well as free Wi-Fi access. Attractions along the route include Ukraine hotel, Sparrow Hills, Christ the Saviour Cathedral, Crimean Bridge, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Zaryadye Park and more.
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15 – Izmailovo Market and Vodka Museum Tour
Visit the museum of Vodka and gain insight into one of Russia’s most famous exports and head to the Izmailovo antique and handicraft market to find a gem or two. The tour starts with Izmailovo market, which features the iconic matryoshka dolls, fur hats and amber jewellery. Next up is a trip to the Museum of Vodka, where you will discover a distillery that dates back to the 15th century.
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16 – Súzdal and Vladímir Day Tour
Discover Russia’s famous “Golden Ring” on this tour of two medieval cities outside of Moscow. The historic city of Vladimir is first up with its Golden Gate, which is an ancient city-fortress that dates back to the 13th century. Next up is the neighbouring town of Suzdal, which features historic architecture and the Kremlin, where you can see its striking white walls topped with blue domes.
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17- Moscow Food Tasting & Walking Tour
Sample the unique flavours of Moscow with this food tour that lasts for 3 hours and features more than 15 different food and drink tastings. Weave in and out of small alleys in the city centre while enjoying the best food spots in town. See Moscow like a local while trying classic dishes from local breakfast haunts, bustling markets, the oldest monastery in Moscow, and dumpling cafes where you can taste authentic dumplings and enjoy local coffee.
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Nmixx, kard & more finalize 2024 we bridge music festival & expo.
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Sin City is gearing up for another massive K-pop takeover as WE BRIDGE Music Festival and Expo unveils its finalized 2024 lineup.
Set to unfold in Las Vegas again in April, WE BRIDGE promises three days of cultural celebration and two nights of arena-sized performances in the Michelob ULTRA Arena. The final additions to the 2024 lineup feature NMIXX, KARD, TEAM BEBE, and ALL(H)OURS, joining the previously announced Dynamicduo, Jessi, Hwasa, CRAVITY, KISS OF LIFE and AMPERS&ONE.
“We are thrilled to be appearing on the WE BRIDGE lineup this year,” NMIXX says in an exclusive statement. “We have prepared a great performance for all our fans and hope to see you in person soon in Las Vegas!”
Marking NMIXX’s first stateside performance of the year, the major-selling girl group returns stateside after holding a 2023 U.S. tour in the spring and landing two albums on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
Meanwhile, co-ed group KARD also make their way back to America after last visiting on their 2023 ‘Playground’ World Tour. With less than a month since entering the scene, freshly debuted boy band ALL(H)OURS will make their first U.S. performance at WE BRIDGE, as do Street Women Fighter 2 dance crew TEAM BEBE.
In fact, alongside ALL(H)OURS and TEAM BEBE, rising stars KISS OF LIFE and AMPERS&ONE will make their first-ever U.S. appearances at WE BRIDGE, showing the fest opting to champion both established artists as well as foster new talent.
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AMPERS&ONE also shared their anticipation ahead of the festival. “AMPERS&ONE is coming to the United States!” the seven-member boy band shares exclusively. “We are so excited to perform at the WE BRIDGE Music Festival this coming April. It’s coming soon so get ready to have some fun!”
The festival extends beyond the arena with the Mandalay Bay Convention Center hosting WE BRIDGE’s expo bringing artist Q&A panels hosted by the Grammy Museum, meet-and-greets and other interactive experiences to, indeed, bridge the gap between fans and their beloved idols.
What is WE BRIDGE Music Festival and Expo?
WE BRIDGE Music Festival & Expo made its mark on the live-event front in April 2023 with three days of convention and two days of concert. The fest debuted with an artist lineup featuring the likes of Jessi, ENHYPEN, Monsta X, Kang Daniel and Dreamcatcher, as well as noted panelist speakers like Crazy Rich Asians actor Chris Pang, Las Vegas Raiders President Sandra Douglass Morgan and NextShark CEO Benny Luo.
Presented by Infinite Prospects Entertainment with the support of MGM Resorts International, WE BRIDGE stands as a testament to the global appeal of K-pop and the ever-growing prominence of Asian entertainment. The festival’s roots run deep in Vegas, with IPE having previously spearheaded BTS’ “The City” project that turned the iconic Las Vegas strip to the chart-toppers’ signature color purple in April 2022, as well as K-pop icon Rain’s first U.S. tour in a decade .
As the countdown to WE BRIDGE 2024 begins before its return on April 26-28, fans can stay connected by following the festival on its social media platforms and the official website . Tickets go on sale in the coming days with a presale for 2023 VIPs beginning on Feb. 6 at 10 AM PST, with the public on-sale beginning on Feb. 8 at 10 AM PST.
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By David Morgan
January 27, 2024 / 10:18 PM EST / CBS News
The 2024 Sundance Film Festival concludes this weekend with in-person screenings in Park City and Salt Lake City, Utah, and with online screenings available across the U.S., ending Sunday, January 28.
Highlights of the festival, from among the 81 documentaries and narrative films that are making their bows, are presented below. [ Click here to read reviews of other highlights , some of which are also available to stream online though Sunday.]
- For an overview of this year's festival – the 40th edition – click here .
- To purchase tickets go to the Sundance website .
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"A Real Pain" (World Premiere)
Jesse Eisenberg wrote and directed this disarming and poignant comedy of cousins reconnecting on a tour to Poland, to visit the home that their recently-departed grandmother had left behind decades before. Despite their brotherly bond, David (Eisenberg) and Benji (a charming Kieran Culkin) use their reunion to dissect their personal traumas – and the greater societal traumas that the tour group explores during its visit to the sites of Jewish ghettoes and concentration camps.
Smartly shot and edited, it's a funny and touching discourse on the notion of guilt – as family members, as Jewish survivors of the Holocaust – and how it plays into finding one's place in the 21st century. With Jennifer Grey, Will Sharpe and Kurt Egyiawan. Winner, Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award. Screens January 28. Streams online through Jan. 28. To be released by Searchlight Pictures later in 2024.
"Kneecap" (World Premiere)
Winner of the Audience Award in the festival's NEXT sidebar, "Kneecap" is the buoyant, quirky, quasi-fictional origin story of Kneecap, a hip-hop trio from Belfast that proudly performs in the Irish language – a stick in the eye to the British in Northern Ireland. Featuring the group's members playing versions of themselves, the film is a rambunctious tale of anti-establishment musical rebellion, in which a pair of drug dealers, after a chance encounter with a music teacher in a police station, become the unlikeliest advocates for rescuing the mother tongue, by using it to sing about sex and drugs.
In addition to Kneecap members Naoise Ó Cairealláin, JJ Ó Dochartaigh and Liam Óg Ó Hannaidh, the film costars Michael Fassbender as an absent father – hiding from the police as part of an "operation" serving the Republican cause – whose void is filled by a son armed not with bullets but with rap lyrics (which the police may think are even more dangerous). Filmmaker Rich Peppiatt captures some of the same spirit of Danny Boyle's "Trainspotting," and even if this legend of Kneecap doesn't match the reality, it's still resoundingly entertaining. Screens January 28. Streams online through Jan. 28. To be released by Sony Pictures Classics.
"And So It Begins" (World Premiere)
"And So It Begins" captures the 2022 presidential campaign in the Philippines to succeed the autocratic Rodrigo Duterte, pitting a progressive woman running against the son of dictator Ferdinand Marcos, who had been deposed decades earlier by the People Power Revolution. We follow vice president Leni Robredo, the progressive candidate and Duterte critic, who is subjected to sexism and smears about her personal life; and we see the disinformation being promulgated online, to convince voters that the Marcos dictatorship was actually a good thing. We also follow Filipino-American journalist Maria Ressa, a Nobel Peace Prize-winner who was prosecuted by the Duterte government, of which she had been highly critical.
While it's easy to be jaded about political campaigns, there is something both familiar and distressing when watching Filipinos sing Beatles song with lyrics rewritten to accommodate a candidate. But when we see journalists train for how to respond to government forces raiding their offices and threatening arrest, it's a reminder that democracy is extremely fragile and, in some societies, on life support. Screens January 28. Streams online through Jan. 28.
"Love Me" (World Premiere)
The most whimsical storyline at the festival, this science fiction romance stars Kristen Stewart and Steven Yeun in a post-apocalyptic tale of two artificial intelligences – a buoy and a satellite – who "meet cute" as they pursue their programmed functions long after humanity has disappeared. Using the online traces left behind by a pair of social media influencers, "Me" and "Iam" try to recreate themselves as humans engaged in typical human activities, while seeking an answer to the question: What is life?
Though mostly animated, the film depicts the buoy and satellite as beings yearning – over the course of their existence spanning a billion years – to experience the pleasure and pain of consciousness, whether it's touching water or tasting ice cream, or understanding what it means to hear someone say, "I love you."
Writer-directors Sam and Andy Zuchero take a surreal premise and create a wry chamber piece involving lovers navigating boundaries, distance, attention, and their sense of purpose. Even with its nods to "Wall-E," "Love Me" is an original expression of finding one's identity in the gaze of a lover's eyes (or, as the case may be here, a lens). Winner, Alfred P. Sloan Science-In-Film Initiative Feature Film Award. Screens in-person Jan. 28 . Streams online through Jan. 28 .
"In the Land of Brothers" (World Premiere)
With their first feature, Iranian filmmakers Raha Amirfazli and Alireza Ghasemi tell three interconnected stories of an extended Afghan family living as refugees in Iran, where they are viewed with suspicion and face deportation, separation, or violence at the hands of police. In the first tale, a student without papers, routinely detained by police to be used as forced labor, catches the eyes of an officer whose attention suggests an erotic attraction. In the second, a woman hired by a wealthy Iranian family as a live-in maid tries to hide the death of her husband, fearing she would be deported if the authorities become involved. In the third, a father learns of the death of his son, and tries to compassionately hide it from the young man's mother.
While the moral choices made by the characters – colored by their fears of living a life in the shadows – are made to protect their loved ones, the cost of those choices is immense and life-changing. Amirfazli and Ghasemi, who won the festival's directing award in the World Cinema Dramatic category, gift us with an emotional glimpse into the lives of refugees, steeped in irony and grief. The performances are stellar all around, with a script that consistently avoids predictability. Streams online through Jan. 28.
"Handling the Undead" (World Premiere)
Renata Reinsve, whose breakout role was playing "The Worst Person in the World" in the 2021 hit from Norway, stars in this unsettling film about the resurrection of the dead – one of the more quietly unnerving entries in the zombie genre.
She plays Anna, still mourning the loss of her young son, who is suddenly, mysteriously reanimated and returned to her. And the child isn't alone. While the cause of the strange revivals of the dead is suggested by electrical phenomena, the emergence of a walking corpse, or a fatal accident victim suddenly alive again, are seen as a new beginning for loved ones who had accepted the permanence of death, rewriting their relationships with the undead.
Director Thea Hvistendahl, who cowrote the script with John Ajvide Lindqvist (based on his novel), avoids the more common movie tropes about zombies, and apart from one shock, imbues his film with a weighty sadness. Digging out a coffin to free the tapping person within may seem a heroic act, but it's one that condemns that soul, and their loved ones, to a perpetual grief; and in the case of one elderly character, their return – and the caring attention paid her by her partner – suggests an allegory for the cruel burden of Alzheimer's.
Winner, World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award for Original Music. Streams online through Jan. 28. To be released by Neon.
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"Lolla: The Story of Lollapalooza" (World Premiere)
For Gen X, Woodstock may have been a festival for Boomers, but it was also an inspiration for punk rockers in the late '80s fighting barriers from major labels and mainstream radio. In this three-part documentary series, director Michael John Warren and Lollapalooza co-founder Perry Farrell explore how the collapse of Farrell's alternative rock band Jane's Addiction led to the synthesis of a farewell tour that invited several other bands from the microcosm of punk, industrial, metal and rap (including Nine Inch Nails, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Butthole Surfers, Henry Rollins Band, and Ice-T) to tour 20 cities – with activists for progressive causes tagging along.
With terrific archive footage interlaced with new interviews, "Lolla" captures the anti-corporate ethos of its founders (the aim being to present "live music from a dark place"), the mini-disasters of their fledgling multi-city touring operation (the heat in Phoenix melted NIN's electronics), the introduction of young artists to new audiences, and the joyful exuberance of the crowds, who found in Lollapalooza a Woodstock all their own.
Parts one and two of this three-part series are available to stream online through Jan. 28. To be released later this year by Paramount+.
"War Game" (World Premiere)
The violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021 – in which supporters of the losing presidential candidate sought to block the certification of Joe Biden's win – failed to prevent the counting of Electoral College votes. But might insurrectionists succeed next time? In "War Game," a bipartisan group of lawmakers, defense officials and policymakers participate in a role-playing exercise in which elements of the U.S. military join with a losing presidential candidate to usurp Congress' certification of the election in January 2025. Seated in a mock White House situation room, they contend with mutinous National Guard troops, white nationalists, fiery propaganda videos on social media, and the fine strictures of the law. They have six hours to avoid a civil war.
A stress test on American institutions and on democracy itself, "War Game" plays out its chilling scenario like a thriller, in which the mock president, cabinet and Defense Department must decide how to protect and defend the Constitution without subverting it. Not available to stream online. Theatrical release not yet announced.
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MONTREAL EMERGING FILM FESTIVAL
AUGUST 17TH TO AUGUST 20TH 2022
THE MONTREAL EMERGENCE FESTIVAL
The Festival Émergence, powered by ACQÉ (Association du Cinéma Québécois Émergent), is a celebration of emerging Quebec filmmakers. The festivities include special screenings, workshop-conferences, unifying events and more. The official selection is made up of short films made by artists aged 30 and under.
This is the most favourite festival of Muscovites and guests of the city. Interesting events take place at 80 venues throughout the city. Numerous ice rinks, food zones, hockey courts, slides, a children’s snowboard park are open. Every day, in special chalets around the city, puppet shows and fairy tales are read. Concerts and master classes await visitors, where you can try yourself in Gzhel painting, clay modelling, decoupage. You can make jewellery, toys and gifts to loved ones, as well as send a letter to Santa Claus. On Red Square, everyone is interested in not only skating on the rink themselves, but also enjoying the colourful ice show from the famous Russian skaters.
Festival “Moscow Maslenitsa”
One of the brightest, longest events in Russia, dedicated to the seeing off of winter and the meeting of spring. Everyone will be able to learn how to cook pancakes, attend a lot of creative and craft workshops. Take part in traditional Shrovetide fun. Build a huge stuffed animal from straw and burn it, ride on crusts, take part in a masquerade parade. At numerous venues it will be possible to see street performances and performances by the best vocal ensembles and folk artists.
International exhibition NEFTEGAZ-2022
Neftegaz (Oil and gas exhibition) is the largest exhibition in Russia, which is one of the ten most significant in the industry. Lots of business meetings. Sighning of contracts. Experience exchange. The exhibition is attended by over 500 companies from around the world.
Moscow International Film Festival
The film festival has been held since 1935. Second oldest after the Venice Film Festival. Moscow International Film Festival is one of the most important events in the film industry. This is not only an influential professional venue, but also an interesting event for muscovites and guest of the city.
Easter Gift Festival
Easter festival is one of the most striking and major events of the city in April. Guests and residents of the city will be able to learn about the traditions of Easter, taste various options for Easter cakes, try other holiday treats. And also take part in charity events.
The solemn ceremony of the changing of the guard at the walls of the Moscow Kremlin
The ceremony is held every Saturday at 12.00 on the Cathedral Square of the Kremlin. This is a colourful sight introducing Russian military traditions. Every year, the organizers introduce new elements into the program, preserving the classic part. To enter the territory of the Kremlin, an entrance ticket is required.
Russia Victory Day in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945
In May 9th Russia celebrate the day of victory of Soviet troops over Nazi Germany. On this day, parades, commemorative events, and festive fireworks are held solemnly throughout the country. The main military parade of the country takes place in Moscow on Red Square. Throughout the city, at special concert venues, art groups perform, songs of the war years are heard everywhere. People dance, relax. Many older people cry, remembering the horror of years gone by.
Night of museums
Museum Night is an annual project that will take place in Moscow 15 times. Most of the city’s cultural institutions traditionally take part in it. Most of the city’s museums and exhibitions are free to visit. In parks, country estates, thematic performances and entertainment cultural events are held. About 200 museums, exhibition halls and art spaces take part in the festival. Many sites prepare special projects on the topic for visitors.
Fish Week festival
This year the festival will be held in Moscow for the sixth time. Everyone can taste a variety of seafood dishes, as well as purchase fish, shrimp, caviar «take away”. Every day, gastronomic shows and various master classes for both adults and children will be held at the festival venues.
A cappella Moscow Spring international festival
Bright and talented performers and bands from different countries come to Moscow to demonstrate all their singing a cappella skills. The show takes place at different open-air scenes in the center of Moscow. Everyone can visit any city concerts, creative workshops, music, theatre performances.
Horse racing events
In Moscow, the racing season lasts from May to September. Purebred racehorse competitions are held at the Central Moscow Hippodrome. Throughout the entire period, horses demonstrate all their power, beauty and strength. By tradition, in the spring a big holiday is held, dedicated to the opening of the race.
Day of Russia holiday
On this day, all cities of the country host ceremonies, entertainment programs, holiday concerts with the participation of popular performers. Everyone can participate in sports and youth flash mobs, visit museums and improvised fairs. And the culmination of the holiday will be a big fireworks.
Flower Jam Festival
Within the framework of the festival, the international competition of urban landscape design of the same name takes place. The task of the contestants is to come up with gardens, compositions that will beneficially affect the emotional and physical condition of the city residents. Across the city will appear compositions of fresh flowers. The city is blooming.
International Festival "Russian Cuisine"
This year the festival of Russian cuisine will be held for the forth time. Guests will be able to taste a wide palette of dishes from multinational Russia. Appreciate the skills of the best chefs in Russia. Taste ready-made dishes according to old Russian recipes. The largest outdoor food court in Moscow will open. Performances of famous pop singers and folk artists will complement the holiday atmosphere.
International Fireworks Festival Rostec
The largest festival of pyrotechnic art in Russia. The strongest pyrotechnics from different countries gather to show the audience all their highest skills and compete for the title of best. A diverse program is provided for guests and residents of the city: creative and sporting events, thematic spaces, quests and games, performances by musical groups and much more.
International Military Music Festival Spasskaya Tower
This holiday festival takes place on Red Square. This is one of the most ambitious and vibrant events of the year. Spectators are waiting for the parade of military bands, musical groups from around the world. Music from classical to pop sounds in the city center. Military bands from many countries demonstrate entire dance performances, performances with weapons. Colorful laser and pyrotechnic shows decorate this event. The grand fireworks on the closing day are unforgettable.
Moscow City day
Bright, large-scale and spectacular holiday. In 2022, Muscovites will celebrate the 875th anniversary of their city. Moscow greets this day on a grand scale. The whole city is seething. At various venues there are concerts and live music. Sports competitions for families, fairs for all are held. Everywhere – an atmosphere of joy and emancipation.
Moscow Balloon Festival
The festival will be held at the Expocentre on Krasnaya Presnya. This is the largest festival in Europe in terms of the number of participants, guests and sponsors. The best professional graphic designers from all over the world compete here. The program includes: an air show, master classes, an exhibition of sculptures from balloons, as well as exciting seminars from professional aero designers.
XI Moscow International Festival Circle of Light
One of the largest light festivals in the world. Grand multimedia shows await guests and residents: 3D mapping, pyrotechnic effects using high-altitude fountains, fire flames, laser projections. Many light installations of fireworks with musical accompaniment.
XVIII Moscow Gastronomic Festival
Hundreds of restaurants in Moscow present a signature tasting menu. It offers new tastes, unusual food combinations, bold culinary experiments. Special brunches take place all month. The city has a lot of thematic entertainment, promotions from the partners of the festival. At the end of the festival, a magnificent ball is held at which members of the international jury will choose the winner.
National Unity Day of Russia
In Moscow, the program of this general public holiday is especially solemn and vibrant. A variety of patriotic events, rallies, parades are held. In the evening, festive concerts of pop stars and musical groups will take place.
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Festival de films émergents
4e édition du 16 août au 20 août 2023
LE FESTIVAL ÉMERGENCE DE MONTRÉAL
Le Festival Émergence, propulsé par l'ACQÉ (l'Association du Cinéma Québécois Émergent), est une célébration de la relève cinématographique québécoise. Les festivités comportent des projections spéciales, ateliers-conférences, événements rassembleurs et plus encore. La sélection officielle est composée de courts métrages réalisés par des artistes de 30 ans et moins.
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Emergence Festival 2024
Emergence is a festival of new work from the graduating artists of the MFA Acting/Directing Classical and Contemporary Text programme.
Emergence 2024 included five provocative live performances and a gripping short film triple bill presented across two nights in January within Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts . These eight projects are the result of what can happen when artists are given a small budget and autonomy to respond to the provocation: what is the future of theatre?
You can watch the film triple bill on this page and learn more about the live events we presented below!
Emergence 2024 Films
Beans on toast, emergence 2024 events, challenger (emergence 2024), and he unlocked his word-hoard (emergence 2024), honeydew no. 2 (emergence 2024), short film triple bill (emergence 2024), to be thus (emergence 2024), make the bed (emergence 2024), meet the students, ariela nazar-rosen, cameron oliver prince, cecilia thoden van velzen, c. william robinson, jackson kienitz, karin hoelzl, meredith dipaolo stephens, rebecca haley clark, samuel edgren, a masters for actors & directors.
Our MA/MFA Acting/Directing Classical and Contemporary Text programme is for actors and directors who use their social, moral, and ethical values to animate their practice.
Our actors and directors look beyond traditional and contemporary artistic approaches as they broaden and deepen their individual practice, and flourish as both learners and creative practitioners.
Graduates include Jeremy Crawford, Ayana Bey, Debbie Hannan and Eklovey Kashyap.
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PGA and LIV merger talks to continue in 2024
Talks between the PGA Tour and Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund (PIF) over a potential merger will continue into 2024.
They failed to reach agreement by the deadline of 31 December 2023.
Negotiations between the PGA Tour and the PIF, which funds LIV Golf, began in June in an attempt to end a split in the game .
The emergence of the LIV circuit fractured men's professional golf over the last year.
Several top players were lured by its huge prize funds and no-cut events, which include a team format.
PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan said in a memo sent to players on Sunday that there had been "meaningful progress" with the discussions.
A statement on the PGA Tour website added that parties are "currently working toward finalisation of terms and drafting necessary documents".
No future deadline was given by the PGA Tour for the talks to conclude but Monahan said discussions were "active and productive".
The PGA wants to include the PIF, DP World Tour (formerly the European Tour) and the Strategic Sports Group (SSG) as minority co-investors in a for-profit venture called PGA Tour Enterprises.
SSG is a consortium of US-based professional sports team investors led by Fenway Sports Group, owners of Premier League football club Liverpool and the Boston Red Sox baseball team.
In June 2023 the PGA and DP World Tours announced they had a 'framework agreement' for the merger with PIF, which has pledged $2bn (£1.6bn) of support to LIV.
Monahan added: "These partnerships will allow us to unify, innovate and invest in the game for the benefit of the players, fans and sponsors."
In December Jon Rahm became the most high-profile player to leave the PGA Tour for the Saudi-funded circuit.
The two-time major winner was reportedly set to earn upwards of £450m ($566.4m) as part of the deal to join LIV Golf, but said he hoped to retain memberships for the PGA and DP World Tour.
Rahm joined several other major winners at LIV, including Brooks Koepka, who won the 2023 US PGA Championship, 2022 Open champion Cam Smith and six-time major winner Phil Mickelson.
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