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Un Viking en Afrique du Süd at France 5

September 10, 2014

If you’re in France, or have access to the TV channel; France 5, we would of course recommend our own award winning documentary; “Un Viking en Afrique du Süd”. 

It has already been screened in August, but there are some upcoming screenings in September.

Episode 1/2 – 12 september at 23:35 at France 5

Episode 2/2 – 19 september at 23:50 at France 5

If you do not have access and still want to see our film, send us a note and we’ll arrange a VOD access for you for a few bucks.


Re-run at danish TV

March 20, 2014

The Impossible River Journey is again ready for a screening at DR2 on Sunday 30. March at 10:10 and 11:10.
Quite impressive, after it premiered at DR in 2010, it’s been regularly screened ever since. Last time it was screened in Denmark was on DR1 on 18th and 20th February 2014.
Hopefully we’ll be trusted to do another adventure in near future.


Stuart Macoine’s Freak Zone

February 11, 2014

Welcome to Stuart Maconie‘s Freak Zone

Stuart Maconie is an English radio DJ and television presenter, writer, journalist, and critic working in the field of pop music and popular culture.

At by:Larm 2013 he was interviewed by Rob Young, editor of The Wire. Stuart talks about music, his experiences as a journalist, and how Paul McCartney reacted when Stuart asked him if he ever wished he wasn’t in the Beatles, but in Gerry & the Pacemakers.

Video edit of Stuart Macoine’s Q&A at by:Larm Festival 2013.


“Yeah Yeah Yeah: The Story of Modern Pop”

February 10, 2014

Bob Stanley on his second book “Yeah Yeah Yeah: The Story of Modern Pop”

Bob Stanley is a UK musician, film producer and journalist, best known as a member of the pop/dance group Saint Etienne for which he co-writes songs and produces. Live on stage, he normally plays keyboards. Stanley has had a long parallel career as a music journalist writing for amongst others NME, Melody Maker, Mojo, The Guardian and The Times.

At by:Larm 2013 he was interviewed by Kieron Tyler, Journalist at Mojo. Differing from the usual Q&A’s, Stanley gives the listeners an exclusive world premiere reading extracts from his (now published) second book, “Yeah Yeah Yeah: The Story of Modern Pop”, a history of pop music since 1952.

Video edit of Bob Stanley’s Q&A at by:Larm Festival 2013.


Kim Gordon in conversation

February 9, 2014

Kim Gordon on art, design, music and feminism.

Kim Gordon is an American musician, vocalist, visual artist, record producer, video director, fashion designer, and actress, best known as the bassist, guitarist, and vocalist of alternative rock band Sonic Youth.

In 2012, after the breakup of Sonic Youth, Gordon formed Body/Head with friend Bill Nace, releasing their debut album Coming Apart in September 2013.

At by:Larm 2013 she was interviewed by Anne Hilde Neset, the Artistic Director of Norway’s Ny Musikk. Gordon talks about her life in the music business and her experiences as a woman in rock, while looking at pictures and videos from her past, including her own artwork.

Video edit of Kim Gordon’s Q&A at by:Larm Festival 2013.


Neneh Cherry at by:Larm

February 8, 2014

Neneh Cherry on going back to her roots with her latest projects.

Neneh Cherry is a Swedish singer-songwriter, rapper, and occasional DJ and broadcaster. Blending hip-hop with other influences, Cherry experienced mainstream success with several of her recordings. She has collaborated with such musical giants as Pulp, Cher, Peter Gabriel, Gorillaz, Groove Armada, and Eric Clapton. In March 2011 she joined the experimental jazz group The Thing, releasing their first album in 2012.

At by:Larm 2013 she was interviewed by Jude Rodgers, journalist for The Guardian. Rodgers and Neneh track through her career, starting at her roots, discussing her transition into mainstream pop music, and ending at her current jazz project.

Video edit of Neneh Cherry’s Q&A at by:Larm Festival 2013.


Van Dyke Parks on the music industry

February 7, 2014

Van Dyke Parks shares some perspectives on the music industry at by:Larm in Oslo, Norway.

Van Dyke Parks is an American composer, arranger, producer, instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, writer, and actor, perhaps best known for his collaborations with musician Brian Wilson, and especially for his lyrical contributions to the Beach Boys’ Smile project.

Besides numerous collaborations with the Beach Boys, he has worked with such notable performers as The Byrds, Tim Buckley, Loudon Wainwright III, Rufus Wainwright, Harry Nilsson, Randy Newman, Joanna Newsom, Grizzly Bear, Ringo Starr and more. In addition to producing other artists, Parks has released several studio albums of his own recordings.

At by:Larm 2013 he was interviewed by British music critic and journalist Barney Hoskyns. Hoskyns asks Parks one, and only one, extensive and very interesting question…

Video edit of Van Dyke Parks’ Q&A at by:Larm Festival 2013.

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