1. KILLER ROAD

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    Beginning of my collaboration with Soundwalk Collective. Shot at Volksbuhne Berlin in October 2014. Patti Smith was kind of idol in my teenage years, so I was thrilled they accepted my proposal of such atmospheric documentary. __________________ Canon 5D Mk III & 550D EF 24-105mm FxFactory Color Accent FxFactory Replace Range Curves

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    • Silke Berlinn and Michael Webb on the E.D. Show Fanzine 3/17/15

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      • Petróleo | 2015

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        Actor Patricio Bianchi Fragmentos documentales extraídos de "Fahrenheit 9/11" de Michael Moore Fragmentos recitados extraídos de discurso de Patti Smith.

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        • Patti Smith: Poems are Like Prayers

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          “I left religion when I was twelve, but I never left praying. Many poems have stayed with me in my life and a lot of them were like little prayers.” In this video Patti Smith explains how poetry can be a means for staying in contact with a higher energy. Patti Smith (b. 1946) was brought up with prayer as an important part of her life. In this interview she says: “You can pray anywhere, there are beautiful cathedrals and churches everywhere - or at the sea, or in a field, or falling asleep at night. It’s a way of staying in contact, sometimes just with yourself, sometimes with a higher energy and sometimes with our loved ones. And prayer to me is just a natural part of being.” She also talks about Arthur Rimbaud and how important she considers his poetry. Patti Smith was interviewed by Christian Lund at the Louisiana Literature festival 2012, at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. Edited by: Honey Biba Beckerlee. Produced by: Christian Lund Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2013 Supported by Nordea-fonden

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          • Patti Smith: Banga - Acoustic Version

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            The title song from Patti Smith’s album 'Banga' performed live by Patti Smith and Lenny Kaye at the Louisiana Literature festival in August 2012. Banga is named after a dog in Bulgakov’s novel ’The Master and Margarita’. "Loyalty rests in the heart of a dog Don't set all your eggs on the back of a frog You can lick it twice but it won't lick you And salvating salvation gone so long so Loyalty lives and we don't know why And the paw is pressed against the nerve of the sky You can leave him behind but he won't leave you And the road to Heaven is true - true blue Banga Say - Banga Say - Banga Loyalty lives and we don't know why And his paws are pressed to the spine of the sky You can leave him twice, but he won't leave you And the way to Heaven is true - true blue Say - Banga Say - Banga Say - Banga Say - Banga" Produced by: Martin Kogi Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2012 Supported by Nordea-fonden

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            • Patti Smith: We All Have a Creative Impulse

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              "Every human being has a creative impulse, and we all have the right to exercise this creative impulse" says rock poet Patti Smith. The difference between general creativity and being an artist is a true calling to produce work that endures and inspires. In this video American singer, poet and photographer Patti Smith (b. 1946) talks about creativity as a basic human impulse, but how there is also a level beyond that. Artists are people who have a kind of calling or artistic vision, she says. Patti Smith wanted "to give people something as special as what had been given me" - the pleasure of art and literature. Interview by Christian Lund at the Louisiana Literature festival at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2012. Edited by Honey Biba Beckerlee Produced by: Christian Lund Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Supported by Nordea-fonden

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              • Patti Smith: Reading from Woolgathering

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                Patti Smith reads a very moving passage from her memoir Woolgathering, about her close relationship to her baby sister as well as with her spirit dog Bambi, her childhood companion with whom she shared a unique understanding and connection. The American singer, poet and photographer Patti Smith (b. 1946) is a living punk rock legend. In this video she reads from the chapter 'The Woolgatherers' from her 1992 book Woolgathering, about her beloved dog Bambi and the birth of her baby sister, when she was ten years old. Interview by Christian Lund, the Louisiana Literature festival in 2012 at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. Edited by: Honey Biba Beckerlee Produced by: Christian Lund Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Supported by Nordea-fonden

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                • Patti Smith "Gloria" (Father Arnall Remix)

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                  From the 1975 album, Horses. Original Arista Records soundtrack re-synced to film of a live performance from November 5,1979 at the Capitol Theatre in Passaic, NJ. Original studio recording lineup: Jay Dee Daugherty – drums, Lenny Kaye – guitar, bass guitar, vocals, Ivan Kral – bass guitar, guitar, vocals, Richard Sohl – keyboards, produced by John Cale. Introductory fire and brimstone courtesy John Gielgud, portraying the very ominous Father Arnall in Joseph Strick's 1977 film adaptation of James Joyce's first novel, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.

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                  • WINTER'S GONE

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                    A production by WESHOOT www.weshoot.net Belle Ghoul/ Winter is Gone Cast / Esther Murphy and Yulffy Morgan Directed by Nur Casadevall Produced by Xavi Vara Executive Producer / Juanma Carrillo and Joako Ezpeleta Co-Executive Xavi Vara Nur Casadevall Director of Photography Gris Jordana Gina Ferrer Art director Anna Cornudella Stylist Paula Lopez de Murillas Make Up Ana Cano 1AD Pep Parés Production Manager Silvia Casals Production Assistant Ruben Bel Production Auxiliar Gemma Monzó Camera Assistant Marina Cano Camera Auxiliar Marc Arroyo Camera Assistant Unit France Enric Miranda Toni Vidal Gaffer Spark Pau Carné MoVI Operators Albert Capó Marc Arroyo Art Assistant Pol Cornudella Graphics Erre Gálvez Casting Director Àngel Bestial Animals Alejandro Gil  Editor Julia Bagaria Visual effects Supervisor Jorge Trueba  Visual effects Editor Paula Sinoga Daniel García Telecine colorist Lluis Velazaman  Special thanks Casa Gomis – La Ricarda Beatriz Gomis Susana Gomis Marita Gomis Jaume Jordana Sandra Formatger Service Vision Zeferino Power Central Car Rental Ricard Hidalgo Mónica Heredero Álvaro Posadas La llamada del lobo Anna & Esther Wilder Shores Amaia Buruaga Krizia Robustella Victor Von Schwarz Kling ELEFANT RECORDS 2015 www.elefant.com 

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                    • STATION FOURTEEN

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                      Cavale is the one to realize her own dream; she is her savior.

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