Experience the movie like a concert Performance To grab, manipulate, re-elaborate, synthesize, mix, re-edit, reset to music… all this is Remix the Cinema. A project of live cinema and electronic music whose tangible result is synthesis: a 90 minutes film reproduced and performed live in a 15 minutes time. Play Demo Video Remix Take a film, disassemble its video and sound tracks, and use those images and sounds to create a new montage and soundtrack. That’s what Remix the Cinema proposes by performing it on stage in real time. The result is an evening of visuals and electronic music, aimed to let you discover cinema’s classic through a new involving experience. xxxx Try yourself Psycho Re-Cut Where Remix the Cinema celebrates and betrays the cinema, moves its main path and sets it differently. It’s a transversal project, an hybrid meant to exist and be performed in several locations: from theaters to museums, from concert halls to cinemas, from open air spaces to cultural centres. Action30media Action30 Action 30 is a collective composed by artists, photographers, graphic designers, musicians, philosophers, illustrators, video makers, living in Italy and abroad, and connected by the inner need to tell stories, concepts, movements in many ways and change the classic narration to reach new audiences. .. Remix the Culture Remix is the Culture Cinema gets deviated, betrayed and yet celebrated by SIMONE ARCAGNI To grab, manipulate, re-elaborate, synthesize, mix, re-edit, reset to music…all this is Remix the Cinema. A project of live cinema and electronic music whose tangible result is synthesis: a 90 minutes film reproduced and performed live in a 15 minutes time. To remix and mash up doesn’t only mean to combine texts together and mix them but also and above all to create new texts and provide new experiences to the audience. It’s not just a matter of working within the existing text, of reconstructing it, finding new aesthetic and narrative forms, “playing” (in its highest meaning) with the cinematic mechanism to show its structures, its language, and trying to recompose it into new bits of meaning… It’s also about expressing a vision on cinema, on its potentiality, on its language, on the cinema experience itself at the dawn of a media revolution which has deprived the seventh art from the central position it had in the 20th century. Remix the Cinema celebrates and betrays the cinema, moves its main path and sets it differently.