1. Obsession - Tania Giannouli Ensemble ("Transcendence", Rattle records)

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    from Tania Giannouli / music Added 94 5 2

    Obsession From the album "Transcendence", released by Rattle records (2015) Tania Giannouli: piano / composition Guido De Flaviis: saxophones Alexandros Botinis: cello Solis Barki: percussion / idiophones Giannis Notaras (guest): drums video director: Marcantonio Lunardi cinematographer: Ilaria Sabbatini production video: REALAB More info: http://www.tania-giannouli.com http://www.rattlerecords.net

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    • The Sea - Tania Giannouli Ensemble - "Transcendence" (Rattle records)

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      from Tania Giannouli / music Added 70 4 0

      The Sea From the album "Transcendence", released by Rattle records (2015) Tania Giannouli: piano / composition Guido De Flaviis: saxophones Alexandros Botinis: cello Solis Barki: percussion / idiophones Giannis Notaras (guest): drums video director: Marcantonio Lunardi cinematographer: Ilaria Sabbatini production video: REALAB More info: http://www.tania-giannouli.com http://www.rattlerecords.net

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      • Tania Giannouli Ensemble at six DOGS (medley)

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        Tania Giannouli Ensemble in concert 11 January 2015, six DOGS, Athens Tania Giannouli: piano / composition Guido de Flaviis: saxophones Alexandros Botinis: cello Solis Barki: percussion Giannis Notaras (guest): drums video by Shoot The Band additional camera: Theodoros Theodoridis www.shoottheband.org more info:www.tania-giannouli.com

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        • The world of Caspar

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          from Tania Giannouli / music Added 261 12 4

          The world of Caspar The picture by Caspar David Friedrich represents a a wanderer contemplating a sea of fog. The painter’s purposeis to represent the wanderer as the personification of the romantic intellectual, overcome with the sense of the abyss in front of Nature and of the Absolute. Lunardi reinterprets this work of art in a post-modern romantic perspective and the wanderer thus becomes a flaneur able to recreate with his imagination a whole steampunk universe. This work, where Lunardi plays with Friedrich’s painting, represents a tribute to the infinite potential of human creativity. In Lunardi’s opinion, Caspar himself is projected in his painting. The videoartists imagines the painter who, leaving everything behind, pushes himself up to the limits of the unknown. His will to overcome this limit is represented by the eagle’s call which with its call suggests the idea of an unaccessible scenery and of the wanderer’s solitude. However, as soon as Caspar stops to contemplate that foggy world, the horizon is filled up with his imagination’s unlikely creations: pedal board hot air-baloons, propeller airships, flying ships. Caspar is able to see further words: it is not clear wether they represent the future, a paralel universe or a reality which comes alive from his imagination. His vision is a delicate state of grace which lasts only a moment, just the time of a sigh.

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          • 370 New World

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            370 New World is a work on the new solitude created by the economic and social crisis which crossed the whole Europe in the last ten years.The human isolation which is displayed to the spectator is, by now, part of the everyday life of many people. The author thus introduces his creative work as a kind of mirror in which the spectator may recognise some details of his or her own life. Despite the video focuses on the new media, Lunardi does not want to make any accusation.The work, in fact, is placed beyond the commonplace debate which stigmatizes technology and the social networks.The author simply tries to put in evidence the different solitudes which surround the various characters who live in his work. The first solitude is imposed by an external circumstance, that is the economic crisis. The glances of the artisans, of the artists, of the workers are lost on a distant horizon, and lost into the research of a job which is, by now, disappeared.The crisis deprived them of their essence and they have freezed into a state of paralysis which transformed them into the living waste of an evolving society. New World focuses on the changes which are happening now, and which are happening too fastly to prevent people to break down. The other solitude represented in this creative work is the one generated when the new means of communication replaced the human relationships. The mechanism itself, and not the social networks, is negatively judged, because it gives people a powerful excuse for mutual indifference. They actually are important tools, but they are often used compulsively so that the individual finally lives emotionally detached from everyday life.By indulging into the screen’s light, we are released from the real problems of life and of living together. The work closes on a man who stubbornly seeds the asphalt. That peasant, with that peculiar gesture, strongly asserts his will to get back a certain concreteness, in the name of his link with the mother earth. Twisted, dried up, deprived of meaning, the earth is always there to prove our original essence of social and natural animals.The act of seeding becomes thus a fight against the asphalt which covers the square dominated by the monolith of an abandoned mill, which becomes the symbol of the industrial and economic decay.We do not know wether the peasant will win that unequal fight. But we do know that his battle is the only ethic choice possible. director: Marcantonio Lunardi Photography Director: Ilaria Sabbatini Music: Tania Giannouli Assistant: Deborah Di Ricco Jessica Di Ricco Matteo Felloni Gemma Nardini Actors: Bonaldi Marisa Ilaria Sabbatini Aldo Gottardo Deborah Bellini Diana Banti Chiara Bresciani Azzurra Ciccone Chiara Corveddu Deborah Costa Serena Del Carlo Deborah Di Ricco Jessica Di Ricco Matteo Felloni Silvia Ferrari Alice Granucci Janelle Manfredini Sara Milani Gemma Nardini Stefania Orlandi Sara Rudi Bonotti Alice Rugani Laura Martina Sabatino Rosa Senese Giorgio Soraggi Simona Tofan Raluca Tommaso Vettori Enza Colatutto Patrizia Caraffi Clemente Pestelli Cosimo Pestelli Francesca Nottoli Margherita Pestelli Giancarlo Castrucci Roberto Corso Gabriele Bartalena Lighting Technician Teatro Accademico di Bagni di Lucca Marco Petri Sound: Redroom Recording Studio (Pisa) Traslation: Giulia Negrello Production: Realab Special Thanks: Maurizio Antonio Fontanini Ilaria Lippi Evelina Gasbarri Giordana Vj Giordz Guerriero Simone Boscolo Graziano Dovichi Francesca Maccarrone Massimo Betti Tommaso Sabbatini Michela Lombardi Maysa Monção Giacomo Cerrai Elena Di Martella Orsi Enza Colatutto In collaboration with Maurizio Antonio Fontanini Ilaria Lippi Toscana Film Commission Comune di Bagni di Lucca Teatro Comunale di Bagni di Lucca Classe 5B del Liceo delle Scienze Sociali Paladini/Machiavelli Lucca All rights reserved - Bagni di Lucca ©2014

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            • 370 New World

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              director Marcantonio Lunardi Photography Director Ilaria Sabbatini Music Tania Giannouli Assistant Deborah Di Ricco Jessica Di Ricco Matteo Felloni Gemma Nardini Actors Bonaldi Marisa Ilaria Sabbatini Aldo Gottardo Deborah Bellini Moira Berchiolli Paolo De Servi Aurora De Servi Mattia De Servi Diana Banti Chiara Bresciani Azzurra Ciccone Chiara Corveddu Deborah Costa Serena Del Carlo Deborah Di Ricco Jessica Di Ricco Matteo Felloni Silvia Ferrari Alice Granucci Janelle Manfredini Sara Milani Gemma Nardini Stefania Orlandi Sara Rudi Bonotti Alice Rugani Laura Martina Sabatino Rosa Senese Giorgio Soraggi Simona Tofan Raluca Tommaso Vettori Enza Colatutto Patrizia Caraffi Clemente Pestelli Cosimo Pestelli Francesca Nottoli Margherita Pestelli Giancarlo Castrucci Roberto Corso Gabriele Bartalena Lighting Technician Teatro Accademico di Bagni di Lucca Marco Petri Sound Redroom Recording Studio (Pisa) Traslation Giulia Negrello Production Realab Special Thanks Maurizio Antonio Fontanini Ilaria Lippi Evelina Gasbarri Giordana Vj Giordz Guerriero Simone Boscolo Graziano Dovichi Francesca Maccarrone Massimo Betti Tommaso Sabbatini Michela Lombardi Maysa Monção Giacomo Cerrai Elena Di Martella Orsi Enza Colatutto In collaboration with Maurizio Antonio Fontanini Ilaria Lippi Toscana Film Commission Comune di Bagni di Lucca Teatro Comunale di Bagni di Lucca Classe 5B del Liceo delle Scienze Sociali Paladini/Machiavelli Lucca All rights reserved - Bagni di Lucca ©2014 370 New World is a work on the new solitude created by the economic and social crisis which crossed the whole Europe in the last ten years. The human isolation which is displayed to the spectator is, by now, part of the everyday life of many people. The author thus introduces his creative work as a kind of mirror in which the spectator may recognise some details of his or her own life. Despite the video focuses on the new media, Lunardi does not want to make any accusation. The work, in fact, is placed beyond the commonplace debate which stigmatizes technology and the social networks. The author simply tries to put in evidence the different solitudes which surround the various characters who live in his work. The first solitude is imposed by an external circumstance, that is the economic crisis. The glances of the artisans, of the artists, of the workers are lost on a distant horizon, and lost into the research of a job which is, by now, disappeared. The crisis deprived them of their essence and they have freezed into a state of paralysis which transformed them into the living waste of an evolving society. New World focuses on the changes which are happening now, and which are happening too fastly to prevent people to break down. The other solitude represented in this creative work is the one generated when the new means of communication replaced the human relationships. The mechanism itself, and not the social networks, is negatively judged, because it gives people a powerful excuse for mutual indifference. They actually are important tools, but they are often used compulsively so that the individual finally lives emotionally detached from everyday life. By indulging into the screen’s light, we are released from the real problems of life and of living together. The work closes on a man who stubbornly seeds the asphalt. That peasant, with that peculiar gesture, strongly asserts his will to get back a certain concreteness, in the name of his link with the mother earth. Twisted, dried up, deprived of meaning, the earth is always there to prove our original essence of social and natural animals. The act of seeding becomes thus a fight against the asphalt which covers the square dominated by the monolith of an abandoned mill, which becomes the symbol of the industrial and economic decay. We do not know wether the peasant will win that unequal fight. But we do know that his battle is the only ethic choice possible.

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              • tremor essencial: tanglefoot path

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                • Death Fugue B50.02-L19.20

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                  Auschwitz-Birkenau coordinates 50°02'N - 19°10'E. "Dawn came on us like a betrayer; it seemed as though the new sun rose as an ally of our enemies to assist in our destruction.” Primo levi. Voice / Paul Celan reading Todesfuge. Music / Tania Giannouli Video / Roland Quelven SFC _ Shoah Film Collection http://sfc.engad.org/video/?p=399 Arte Alter Collection http://www.kaosart.org/artealter-colection/collection/Quelven_Roland.htm

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                  • Death Fugue B50.02-L19.20

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                    Auschwitz-Birkenau coordinates 50°02'N - 19°10'E "Dawn came on us like a betrayer; it seemed as though the new sun rose as an ally of our enemies to assist in our destruction.” Primo levi. Voice / Paul Celan reading Todesfuge. Music / Tania Giannouli Video / Roland Quelven

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                    • A MAN'S RAVE Trailer

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                      The quirky story of a butcher, a fan of electronic dance music, who turns his store into a night club...! A Feel Good Movie about Music and Meat! A Man's Rave is now available to buy or rent on Reelhouse: https://www.reelhouse.org/weekendfilms/amansrave More information: http://mansravemovie.com/ weekendfilms.gr/portfolio/amansrave facebook.com/amansrave imdb.com/title/tt2763516 Also, you can check out an early teaser: vimeo.com/weekendfilms/amansraveteaser Genre: Documentary Duration: 53 min Produced & Directed by Marcel Michalaris Based On An Idea by Akis Safaris Cinematography by Konstantinos Galios Original Music by Tania Giannouli Edited by Christos Michalaris Associate Producer Vasilis Skodras Sound Recordist Nikos Papadakakis Sound Designer & Mixer Marcel Michalaris Including Music from Damcase, Dans Mon Salon, Adrian Garza & Valano, Julian Deep, Pollux Beta and many more Artists Copyright © 2013 Weekend Films. All rights reserved.

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