SPECIAL EVENTS

WEDNESDAY 22ND OF FEBRUARY | 6 PM | RECONTEMPORARY (VIA GAUDENZIO FERRARI 12, TURIN) | FREE ADMISSION

The Sun Has No Shadow | Rebecca Salvadori Exhibition - opening

The Sun Has No Shadow is a screening event that explores aspects of the techno culture, both as an individual experience and as a form of collective rituality. Through the films Tresor Tapes and The Sun Has No Shadow by Rebecca Salvadori, the exhibition develops along binary dynamics that activate a generative tension between opposite poles - London-Berlin, archive-affective memory, individual experience-collective ritual. A third film, Empathy, brings attention to silence and portraiture.

February 26th | 3 pm | Talk

Free admission by reservation

Free admission by reservation On the occasion of Rebecca Salvadori's exhibition (from February 22nd to March 11th at Recontemporary) Seeyousound International Music Film Festival in collaboration with Recontemporary and Culto present Rebecca Salvadori in conversation with Felice Moramarco (DEMO Moving Image Experimental Politics and collaborator of the Centre of Research and Education in Arts and Media at the University of Westminster in London) and Carlotta Magistris (i-D Italy, CULTO).

At 3 pm The Sun Has No Shadow will be screened, followed by a discussion on the individual experience and collective rituality revolving around techno culture.

FRIDAY 24TH FEBRUARY | 6 PM | CINEMA MAFFEI (VIA PRINCIPE TOMMASO 5, TURIN) | FREE ADMISSION

7 INCH EXPERIMENTA

Every year 7Inch gathers original works that can’t be easily defined: they are neither narrative shorts nor video clips, yet they are both. They are often crazy experiments with no apparent sense and they find their meaning in music and rhythm. Breaking the rules without asking permission, making noise and chaos. Seeyousound is the perfect place for this tagless and floating genre that encloses the nature of the three “short” sections of the Festival. 

7 Inch Experimenta is an experimental short film programme where music and rhythm are not only a soundtrack but help to shape and affect images.

Daymare (Valérian Wetzel, 16’46’’, France, 2021)
Poum Poum! (Damien Tran, 5’30’’, Germania, 2021) - Italian premiere
The Spiral (Maria Silvia Esteve, 20’, Argentina, 2022) - Italian premiere
Sensemayà (Colectivo Los Ingràvidos, 7’, Mexico, 2021) - Italian premiere
Fantasma (Donato Sansone, 0’45”, Italy, 2022)
Epidemia (Kristjan Holm, 7’, Estonia, 2021) - Italian premiere

VENERDÌ 24 FEBBRAIFRIDAY 24TH FEBRUARY | 8:30 PM | CINEMA MASSIMO (VIA GIUSEPPE VERDI 18, TURIN) | OPENING NIGHT

SEQUENZE PARALLELE LIVE A/V - CONCERT FOR CELLO, ALGORITHMICS, IMAGE AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

With Manuel Zigante, Riccardo Mazza e Laura Pol

Sequenze Parallele (Parallel Sequences) is a conceptual work that reflects on the contemporary world increasingly dominated by algorithms that insert themselves into our personal lives, acquiring enormous quantities of data to process them into more and more complex schemes (AI) and that are in fact influencing our lives.

The work will be performed for the first time for Seeyousound and it will consist of 4 compositions dedicated to the relationship between human beings and nature and their complex existential bond, the perception of the world around us and the sense of belonging.

VENERDÌ 24 FEBBRAIO | ORE 23:30 | PORTO URBANO (MURAZZI DEL PO)

SEEYOUSOUND 9 OPENING PARTY - DJ SET TEO LENTINI + PAOLO PARPAGLIONE

Venerdì 24 febbraio alle 23:30 Teo Lentini e Paolo Parpaglione ti aspettano a Porto Urbano (Murazzi del Po) con un Dj-set per festeggiare l’opening night di Seeyousound 9. L’ingresso è gratuito!

VENERDÌ 24, SABATO 25, DOMENICA 26 FEBBRAIO | ORE 21:00 | CINEMA MAFFEI (VIA PRINCIPE TOMMASO 5, TORINO) | INGRESSO 5€

LA CASA DI VIA SILVIO PELLICO. VISITA ALL'APPARTAMENTO DI GUSTAVO ADOLFO ROL - ESPERIENZA SONORA

Gustavo Adolfo Rol fu una figura misteriosa, contraddistinta da un sottile fascino piemontese. Fu un maestro spirituale per i tanti – artisti, celebrità e persone comuni- che lo conobbero ed ebbero modo di frequentare la sua splendida casa nel quartiere torinese di San Salvario. La sua fama di sensitivo si diffuse tra l’élite politica e aristocratica di mezza Europa, e i capi di Stato di molti paesi spesso lo cercarono per chiedergli consiglio. Fu grande amico di Federico Fellini e incontrò personaggi come Albert Einstein e Benedetto Croce, John Cage e Salvador Dalì, D’Annunzio e Krishnamurti. Nel 1995, dopo la sua morte, gli arredi e gli oggetti di casa Rol – per sua volontà testamentaria – furono messi all’asta da Sotheby’s, a Milano. 

Ivan Carozzi, partendo da un elenco di oggetti e arredi appartenuti a Rol, ha ideato e scritto un testo radiofonico, una lunga e profonda immersione sonora, che in questa occasione potrà essere ascoltata sedendo tra le poltroncine rosse dello storico Cinema Maffei, nel cuore di San Salvario, a breve distanza dalla casa dove Rol incantò decine di ospiti stregati, esibendosi nei suoi celebri esperimenti.

SUNDAY 25TH FEBRUARY | 6 PM | CINEMA MASSIMO (VIA GIUSEPPE VERDI 18, TURIN) | SALA 1 | €10 (FILM + LIVE)

Following the film Infernot. Journey into folk music

ALESSIA TONDO & DAVIDE AMBROGIO - LIVE

Despite their young age, Alessia Tondo and Davide Ambrogio have already made their way in the diversified world of international folk music, earning unanimous acclaim and prestigious awards in Italy and abroad thanks to their respective original projects. Inspired by and drawing heavily from the roots of the folk music of their places of origin, they have the rare merit of having been able to breathe new life into an archaic and intimate world, projecting stylistic features and forms from the depths of Southern Italian music into the future.

Sharing an extraordinary knowledge of the traditional music of their origins and a very strong natural tension to make their artistic proposal current and modern, Alessia and Davide meet for the first time on the Seeyousound stage, after Paolo Lucà and FolkClub invitation, on whose stage they have both performed over the past year, giving life to a unique performance that will cross their artistic personalities and sensibilities, in a journey between worlds of sounds that are familiar but still to be explored, a window wide open on the avant-garde of contemporary folk music.

SATURDAY 25TH FEBRUARY | 22:00 PM | CINEMA MAFFEI (VIA PRINCIPE TOMMASO 5, TURIN) | ADMISSION 10€

THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND

By and with Francesco Cavecchi

Focusing on the American protest song, it explores the work of songwriters like Guthrie, Seeger, Dylan, Nina Simone, Tracy Chapman and Springsteen, in concert with the narration of American history: from Irish and Italian migrations to slavery, from the Great Depression to the exodus of peasants from the Midwest to California, from the march for human rights to McCarthyism, from Vietnam to the fusion of literature and music (Steinbeck's Tom Joad reworked by Guthrie and Springsteen). The show features three musicians on stage (voice/guitar, cello, lead guitar), and a narrator.

SATURDAY 25TH FEBRUARY | 10:30 PM - 3:00 AM | MAGAZZINO SUL PO (MURAZZI DEL PO FERDINANDO BUSCAGLIONE 18, TURIN) | FREE ENTRANCE WITH ARCI MEMBERSHIP CARD (Seeyousound membership card at the entrance)

AFROBAILE NIGHT - AFTER PARTY CESÀRIA ÈVORA

In collaboration with CreativAfrica / Renken Onlus, Magazzino sul Po and Salgari Records.

An evening conceived as a tribute to the "barefoot diva" and the musical richness of Cape Verde, CelesteMariposa's AfroBaile party is a sonic journey through the acoustic sounds of PALOP (African countries whose official language is Portuguese) from the 1960s to today, presented in a contemporary and super danceable key. The result of an intense musical research, AfroBaile will be a rare opportunity to discover a great musical heritage to dance, sweat, and have fun like there's no tomorrow.

10.30 PM - Dj-set by DAMONJI

Following - CELESTE/MARIPOSA (Portugal/PALOP)

 

SUNDAY 26TH FEBRUARY | 5:30 PM | CINEMA MASSIMO (VIA GIUSEPPE VERDI 18, TURIN) | SALA 1 | €10 (FILM + LIVE)

The live performance will take place before the film What You Could Not Visualise by Marco Porsia

WHEEL IN THE ROSES - REMA REMA & LARSEN - LIVE

After more than 40 years, the legendary REMA-REMA EP Wheel In The Roses will be resurrected live in Turin in collaboration with the Italian experimental cult band LARSEN. Coinciding with the European Premiere at Seeyousound of What You Could Not Visualise, the documentary film about the legendary British band directed by Marco Porsia, the founding members of Rema-Rema, Gary Asquith (Rema-Rema, Mass, Renegade Soundwave) and Michael Allen (Rema-Rema, Mass, The Wolfgang Press), land in Turin where they will perform the EP in its entirety before the screening, together with the Turin band Larsen. An unreleased track from Rema-Rema's historical catalogue will be added to the four tracks on the setlist. Wheel In The Roses has not been performed live since 1979, since the band that most influenced post-punk split up shortly before its release in 1980 on the historic 4AD label. The event is unrepeatable and not to be missed.

MONDAY 27TH FEBRUARY | 6:45 PM | CINEMA MASSIMO (VIA GIUSEPPE VERDI 18, TURIN) | SALA 1 | €10 (FILM + LIVE)

The live show will take place before the film Il mondo è troppo per me by Vania Cauzillo

ROBERTO ANGELINI & RODRIGO D'ERASMO - LIVE

After the presentation of the film and before the screening, there will be a short live-show with Roberto Angelini, son of Vittorio Camardese's partner (to whom the film is dedicated), and Rodrigo D'Erasmo. The two will perform using the techniques of their stepfather Vittorio, 2/3 songs including Il Mambo di Vitto. For more than 15 years, Angelini and D'Erasmo have been collaborating on a live tribute project to Nick Drake. Their repertoire includes a large chapter dedicated to the misunderstood and depression in which the story of the English singer-songwriter is juxtaposed with that of Lucanian doctor/guitarist Vittorio Camardese.

TUESDAY 28TH FEBRUARY | 6 PM | CINEMA MASSIMO (VIA GIUSEPPE VERDI 18, TURIN) | SALA 1 | €10 (FILM + LIVE)

The live show follows the film Snodi - 50% Science 50% Art

GNU QUARTET - LIVE

Since 2006, the GnuQuartet has produced seven albums with original tracks or re-elaborations and collaborated in the writing, arranging and recording of many record works, film soundtracks and TV theme songs such as Pane quotidiano - Rai3 and counts hundreds of concerts in Italy and around the world, as well as appearances on television and radio programmes - Che tempo che fa, Quelli che il calcio, X Factor, Parla con me, Domenica in, L'altro lato di Radio 2, Caterpillar, Radio 1 Musica and many others.

They are guests at major international festivals such as the Sanremo Festival, European Jazz Expo, Carinthian Summer Music Festival, Venezia Jazz, MITO Settembre Musica, Concertone del Primo Maggio, Lucca Summer Festival.

GnuQuartet are: Francesca Rapetti - flute, Roberto Izzo - violin, Raffaele Rebaudengo - viola, Stefano Cabrera - cello.

TUESDAY 28TH FEBRUARY | 8:30 PM | CINEMA MASSIMO (VIA GIUSEPPE VERDI 18, TURIN) | SALA 1 | €10 (FILM + LIVE)

The live show will take place after the film Meet Me In The Bathroom

THE WENDS - LIVE

The Wends represents a new chapter for the Turin-based band that was known as “Smile”. The new name tells of a new identity that translates into darker, more nervous songs that switch from shimmering arpeggios to more nervous post-punk guitars, from melodic singing to screaming, expressive vocals. From reflections on everyday life to the search for an alternative “after the meltdown”, in search of what philosopher Mark Fisher called “post-capitalist desire”.

Their first album, The name of this band is Smile (Subjangle/Dotto) was named “Italian album of the year” by indie-zone.it and received critical acclaim in Italy, as well as several radio broadcasts in the US, UK and Spain. Their most recent work released in October by We Were Never Being Boring (US/IT) and Subjangle (SA/UK) is entitled It's Here When You Fall.

MERCOLEDÌ 1 MARZO | ORE 21:00 | CINEMA MAFFEI (VIA PRINCIPE TOMMASO 5, TORINO) | INGRESSO 5€

FREQUENCIES - FINAL CONTEST + "L’UOVO DELL’ANGELO" SOUNDTRACK

La finale si terrà mercoledì 1 marzo presso il Cinema Teatro Maffei: i 4 finalisti sonorizzeranno dal vivo quattro cortometraggi degli anni venti e trenta tratti dall’Archivio MNC selezionati in collaborazione con il Museo Nazionale del Cinema di fronte al pubblico e la giuria.

I finalisti sono:

Sally Bertini
Francesco Bondi
Francesca Fabrizi
Enea Castellani Zerbarini

 

A seguire, Davide Broggini e Giovanni Corgiat realizzeranno la sonorizzazione dal vivo del film di Mamoru Oshii Tenshi No Tamago (L’Uovo dell’Angelo), reinterpretato attraverso una sonorità elettronica che alterna distorsioni drone a minimalismo percussivo e ambient.   

THURSDAY 2ND MARCH | 8:00 PM | CINEMA MASSIMO - SALA CABIRIA 1

SEEYOUSOUND 9 AWARD CEREMONY + LIVE NICCOLÒ PICCINNI (TOM WAITS COVER)

THURSDAY 2ND MARCH | 11:00 PM | SPAZIO MUSA (VIA DELLA CONSOLATA 11/E, TURIN) | ADMISSION FREE OFFER

SEEYOUSOUNDSYSTEM - CLOSING PARTY

SEEYOUSOUNDSYSTEM is to celebrate the collective sonority. A musical exploration orchestrated by the curators and collaborators of Seeyousound International Music Film Festival to cross the boundaries dictated by genres. A project born from the festival's need to tell its soul not only in a movie theatre but also on the dancefloor.

WEDNESDAY 1ST MARCH | 9:00 PM | CINEMA MAFFEI (VIA PRINCIPE TOMMASO 5, TURIN) | ADMISSION 5€