Andy Votel presents: Kleksploitation

7.30pm / A homage to a Polish trilogy of films for children from the 1980s

17 March 2013 / 19:30
Cinema 1


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£12.50

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A homage to Pan Kleks, a Polish trilogy of films for children from the 1980s, loved by Poland's children from that era. Electronic musician, DJ and music producer Andy Votel draws on images, music and sound from the original films, selecting and subverting, to coax their darker side to the surface and create something wholly original, unsettling and - at times - weirdly humorous.

The Pan Kleks trilogy was scored by Andrzej Korzyński, a Warsaw composer whose unearthed catalogue Votel is currently releasing on his Finders Keepers label, including music written for Andrzej Żuławski's incredible Possesion.

Running times
7.15pm - Doors Open
7.30pm - Welcome speeches and short film competition results 
7.40pm - Winning film screening
7.50pm - Kleksploitation concert begins

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Part of 11th Kinoteka Polish Film Festival
Part of Contemporary Music events


Commissioned by Unsound and produced by the Barbican in association with the Polish Cultural Institute in London

Barbican Contemporary Music
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