Satie's "Parade"
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Film Info
Section:Animated Short
Genre:Animation
Experimental
Run Time:14
Premiere Status:Tennessee Premiere
Rating:NR
Nation:Japan
Website:www.yamamura-animation.jp/parade.html
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/paradedesatie/
Twitter:https://www.facebook.com/paradedesatie/
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Koji Yamamura
Cast:Erik Satie
Producer:Koji Yamamura
Screenwriter:Koji Yamamura | Erik Satie
Cinematographer:Koji Yamamura
Editor:Koji Yamamura
Music:Erik Satie
Description
A Parade for three managers and four performers. French composer Erik Satie (1866-1925) created the ballet music piece "Parade" in 1916, at the age of 50, and it was first performed in 1917, with Jean Cocteau and Pablo Picasso taking part to its creation on the scene. The ballet was introduced by the poet Guillaume Apollinaire, who described it by using the term “surrealism” for the very first time. Mixing quotes from Satie’s essays with the music performed by a Dutch jazz band, the Willem Breuker Kollektief, this film is an animated re-creation of “realist ballet” images going beyond reality. It is coming in 2016 that 150th anniversary Erik Satie and 100th anniversary "Parade".
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