• A Game of “Tchouba”

    Music: Projecto TRANSITO “MILHOTI” by Edmundo Matsielane Filmed at a nightly “Tchouba” game (http://mancala.wikia.com/wiki/Tchouba) in the “Bairro do Bagamoyo”, Maputo, Mozambique. “Milhoti” means “tears” in the Changane language and the song speaks of loving someone gently as to not cause them to weep.

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  • SPILL Festival of Performance 2013

    SPILL FESTIVAL OF PERFORMANCE IS AN INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE, LIVE ART AND PERFORMANCE.
    CREATED IN 2007 SPILL IS RECOGNISED WORLDWIDE AS THE UK’S PREMIER ARTIST-LED FESTIVAL OF RADICAL LIVE WORK.

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  • Projecto TRANSITO

    Projecto TRANSITO (Chico Antonio, Edmundo Matsielane, Chude Mondlane and Nico M’Sagarra). It is an “accoustic” journey of discovery between musicians of varied musical and cultural origins (Mozambique, USA and France) using traditional instruments from around the world. They came together to experience their common love for music in “live” improve sessions that developed into compositions. It is a work in progress… Chude Mondlane: Vocals, Flute, Mbira, Chocalho, Xigovia (globular flute) Chico Antonio: Guitar, Flute, Mbira, Vocals Nico M’Sagarra: Percussion, Udu, […]

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  • Adamski presents NEO WALTZ

    Adamski, best known for his international No.1 smash ‘Killer’ featuring Seal, is now launching his innovative new electronic music project – Neo-Waltz. “After 25 years in the nightspots of the world providing sci-fi beats for hedonists, and even longer as a consumer of all the best scenes from glam rock to grime, I am now spurting all my creative juice into what I call ‘neo-waltz’,” he says… Neo-Waltz is Adamski’s 21st century update of the style of music known as […]

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  • N’Thiana Othampítjá Tríptico / A Triptych of Fisherwomen [TRAILER]

    In the most northern province of Mozambique, filmmaker Ana Godinho de Matos captures the traditional ritual of fisherwomen. Synchronised with the tides, groups of women come together with their large nets on the shoreline, as part of their daily routine.
    A trailer for the 12 minute short film on three screens.

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  • Collage for Two [trailer]

    An audiovisual collaboration that is a non-narrative exploration of place, space, and machine. Filmed in Hackney Wick.

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