Your favourite DJ’s favourite DJ, happened to first-hand experience the rise of techno and electronic music whilst living in London, Manchester, Detroit, Berlin and Paris. And lucky for us and filmmaker Gabin Rivoire, the music legend is a fantastic storyteller too. As finally the clubs have re-opened, there’s no time like the present to show this celebrated IDFA-documentary in KINO – and have a little party. A little party? Yes that’s right, KINO invited FOMO to curate a little party after the screening of Laurent Garnier: Off The Record on May 20th. And they were more than happy to comply. Their favourite DJ duo Kookkamer will provide the necessary musical support, while Jane Bergkotte will transform the beautiful foyer of KINO into an aesthetic club setting
A look into the life of Laurent Garnier, one of the godfathers of house music, from his emergence on the music scene in the 80’s to now. The story of the last music revolution through the eyes of a pioneer.
An exploration into the life of Laurent Garnier, one of the godfathers of house music, tracking his emergence on the music scene from the 80’s to now. Shot over the last three years, Laurent is followed across the globe, immersing us into the exceptional, yet everyday life of one of the most respected DJ’s in the world. This unique insight draws an intimate portrait of the man behind the legend, the legend behind the decks. Through Laurents own words, we travel his unique course in life. From the son of a fairground owner to becoming a Knight of the Legion of Honor, all thanks to his unparalleled passion for music. We delve into the history of the last great music revolution of the twentieth century, from the perspective of one of its pioneers: Laurent Garnier!
Lawrence of Arabia (1962) – a 70mm presentation
Deze film is nog altijd even enerverend als onovertroffen en voor de 60e verjaardag van dit meesterwerk vertoont KINO deze mijlpaal der cinema in glorieus 70mm.
KINO presents: The Complete Satoshi Kon
Four animated features by an artist that might not be known by many outside of the Japanese anime community but whose work has had a profound influence on pop culture and major Hollywood directors.
Companion piece: Akira (1988)
Joining our retrospective of Satoshi Kon is Katsuhiro Ôtomo’s Akira, which was a profound influence on Kon and the breakout feature to introduce Japanese animation to the rest of the world.