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The Centralian advocate Fri 15 Jun 2007

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Title

The Centralian advocate Fri 15 Jun 2007

Collection

Centralian Advocate; NewspaperNT

Date

2007-06-15

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Alice Springs; Tennant Creek (N.T.) -- Newspapers; Alice Springs (N.T.) -- Newspapers.; Australia, Central -- Newspapers

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Alice Springs

Volume

v. 61 no. 7

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00853

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/233321

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/658162

Page content

Centralian Advocate, Friday, June 15, 2007 41 PU B : C A D V D A T E : 15 -J U N -2 00 7 PA G E : 41 C O L O R : C M Y K NOW SHOWING AT ALICE SPRINGS CINEMAS Film talents uncovered Daniel Burdon LOCAL, Australian and international films will be screened as part of the popular 15/15 Film Festival at the Araluen Theatre tomorrow night. The growing festival demands that film-makers make a complete short film in 15 hours that runs for 15 minutes or less. Every film in the festival must use an object in the majority of shots this year it was money and a quote as part of the script. This years quote was You have to believe what it says on the label. Film-makers from all Austral ian states as well as France, Spain and Costa Rica entered the festival this year, vying for 16 prizes and $1000 in prize money. Neither of the local films picked up a prize, but both will be screened along with all the winners tomorrow night. Festival director Amadeo Marquez-Perez said: The two Alice Springs films we will be show-casing are Armchair Traveller and Reunion. The two films will also be screened in France and Spain respectively as part of the travelling festival. Mr Marquez-Perez said: The films this year are of a very high standard, its really amazing what some these film-makers can create in just 15 hours. The night will feature two hours of films from around the world, with a 20-minute interval for people to discuss the different interpretations of the object and what people from different cultures do with the quote. The 15/15 Film Festival starts at 7pm. Tickets are $10 for Reelpix members or $8 for concession members, $12 for adult nonmembers and $10 for concession non-members, and $10 for children and Friends of Araluen. Dance program covers all tastes THE Duprada Dance Company will perform with the Duprada Music Ensemble tonight. It is the second of two shows in Alice Springs. The dance Company will perform the vibrant Spanish ballet, Paquita, an abstract piece choreographed to music composed by Minkus. The program includes conductor Tanika Richards playing piano for the Ballet Romanso and Moonlight Sonata, with Hamish McGauchie, Tamara Diehl and Erin McKinnon dancing the Onegin Pas de Deux. A contemporary work choreographed by Leisa Jackson and a performance of Esprit de Trois will round out the evening. The event starts at 7.30pm tonight at Araluen Theatre. Call the box office on 8951 1122 for tickets. Fusing ancient with classical Daniel Burdon CLASSICAL guitar with a difference will be the flavour of the night when renowned guitarist Sebastian Jorgensen plays upstairs at The Lane tonight. Classical guitarist Sebastian Jorgensen performs at The Lane tonight. P i c t u r e ; R O B E R T BAYER After 10 years spent touring Europe and Japan in the 1960s and 70s, Jorgensen returned to Australia, where he discovered a deep connection with the music of indigenous people. He said: The music of the desert is as powerful as any other music in the world. Jorgensen has collaborated with Yothu Yindi, Waak Waak Jungi and Warren H Williams among many other indigenous artists during his extensive career. His music effortlessly combines classical styling with the driving rhythms and ancient musical traditions of his many Territory collaborators. Having grown up at the artists commune Monsalvat in Eltham, Victoria, Jorgensen feels at home when visiting Aboriginal communities. The guitarist recently returned from New York, where he completed a successful three-week season performing classical pieces from Spanish, South American and Bach compositions. A firm believer in the power of classical music, Jorgensen has played venues from Yuendumu to Londons Royal Festival Hall (with Jimi Hendrix), and has studied and taught Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American classical guitar. As part of his fifth tour of the Northern Territory, Jorgensen will play a range of classical pieces from Spanish, South American and Portuguese traditions. He will also play some songs he has adapted from traditional Aboriginal Arnhem Land culture, which he was given permission to perform. The gig will start at 7.30pm tonight, with tickets at the door costing $12 per person.


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