Jam -

Ended 14 June 2015

Nowhere End and JAM present a night of selected short films taken around South East Asia (Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand). A rare trance ritual, carnival wall of death motorcyclists, video installation work on re-examination of a turning point. Each films will have English subtitle.

In addition after films screening, we will have free improvisation loop live music.

_Len Dong by Vincent Moon_
Short film on a rare trance ritual from the suburbs of Hanoï, a mediumship experience where participants ask for advices to the spirits, incarnated by the master of ceremony, who will in return bless the people and distribute money around.
Vincent Moon is an independent French filmmaker and sound explorer, he has been making films in the past ten years traveling around the world in quest of sounds from stadium rock music to rare shamanic rituals, from experimentation in electronics to accapella village songs. 

_Iblis Jalanan by Salman Farizi / Gundala Pictures_
A documentary film on a life portrait of carnival wall of death motorcyclists, inspired by song from a band called Bangkutaman, just won 2015 Europe On Screen Short Film Competition and XXI Short Film Festival 2015 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Salman Farizi / Gundala Pictures
Visual content provider, ranging from film, commercial, to documentary. Founded in July 2008.

_The World May Never Know by Tokin Teekanun_
Video Installation. A re-examination of a turning point in his past that has led to his current collaboration with non-mainstream artists. His work used to be commercial. Commercial works often use stars, famous actors and celebrities in branding. He wants to present his art in a commercial way, but with people who are not famous or well-known among a wide audience, those who are inspiration for the non-mainstream musicians and listeners of today.
Tokin Teekanun is a Thai filmmaker and artist based in Bangkok, who has worked with numerous local & international musicians and bands, as well as many records companies and brands as his clients. Tokin also found Stone Free Music Festival and Keep On The Grass Folk Music Festival. 

_Free improvisation loop live music by Amatuti Dub Drawing Space_
Kota Amatuti Taki. Japanese electric guitarist (musical improvisation) /Composer/song writer. Born in 1969. Learnt classic piano since 1974 for 10 years. Composed since 1984 and started original song writing since then. Major debut from VICTOR ENTERTAINMENT (JAPAN) signed an exclusive artist contract in 1998. Solo career from 2003 and performed "Dub drawing space musical improvisation" about 1,500 times all over Japan. Immigrated to Thailand in 2011 and started musical activities from 2013.


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41 Soi Rong Nam Kang (Charoen Rat Soi 1), Sathorn - Surasak BTS Exit 2, Bangkok, Thailand 10120

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41 Soi Rong Nam Kang (Charoen Rat Soi 1), Sathorn - Surasak BTS Exit 2, Bangkok, Thailand 10120

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