WaGaLiGong Rooftop Indie Film & Music Festival

November 14, 2013 Events & Parties, Film Studio, Hostel

 

SHORT AND SWEET.

Join us at WaGaLiGong on Sat the 14th of September for the ‘Rooftop Indie Film and Music Fest‘ . The theme is ‘short and sweet’: short sets by a variety of musicians and 2 short indie films: Hong Kong: Out of the Shadows (director Sam Wild) and Archipelago: Track One – Alvaro Trugeda ( director Mark Jackson). Starts at 5pm, on the roof of WaGaLiGong, Dulan #89. Entrance is free, just buy a drink. Bring your beach/deck chair if possible (seating may be limited). Support local original music and don’t miss this event!!

哇軋力共在9/14號禮拜六,舉辦”影片,音樂,屋頂派對” 派對中播放兩部自製影片(製片者:Sam Wild,Mark Jackson) 還有當地和外國音樂家現場表演! 地點: 哇軋力共的三樓陽台(都蘭89號) 時間: 下午5點 免收入場費,低消一杯飲料 趕快帶著你的椅子,來參加我們的“影片,音樂,屋頂派對”吧!!!(如果還有地方坐的話….) 請支持當地原創音樂!!不要錯過這次趴踢喔!錯過就要再等明年啦!

FILM PREMIERE:

ARCHIPELAGO: TRACK ONE – ALVARO TRUGEDA

No man is an island..or is he?
The setting is Taiwan’s beautiful east coast, in an aboriginal village called Dulan. ‘Archipelago’ is a web-series with several major themes: art, music, and the ocean. The series focuses on certain individuals who draw inspiration from, or have a dependence on, the sea. Why do artists, musicians and watermen from such diverse backgrounds and nationalities, gravitate towards this specific place, the tiny village of Dulan on Taiwan’s east coast?
In the first episode, or ‘track’ (Track One – Alvaro Trugeda), Spanish artist Alvaro introduces himself and others as ‘islands’ in the ‘archipelago’, using poetry, art and music as his medium. Director Mark Jackson was inspired by the metaphor of individuals (islands) and community (the archipelago) with the ocean as link between. Says Mark: “All these characters, or islands as I like to put it, have some kind of relationship or dependence on the nature here, and particularly the ocean. Dulan in particular is a microcosm of a fascinating community of diverse individuals from all corners of the globe, co-existing. And that co-existence, although wonderful and inspirational at times, isn’t always like that. Just like the sea, it can be stormy and inharmonious at times, but it’s fascinating nonetheless and reflects so many themes in humanity as a whole.” Follow up episodes will focus on a wide variety of individuals, from surfers to woodcarvers to musicians and fishermen. Includes original music written and composed entirely by local and foreign musicians with some connection to the project.