One of my favorite events at each year’s Noise Pop music fesitval is the screening of a silent film at the Castro Theater with a live rock band performing the score. This year, they asked local indie rock favorites Oranger to reprise the score for Man with a Movie Camera, apparently originally created by Oranger for the L.A. Independent Film Festival. The movie was a collage of images from daily life in a Russian city, abstract but beautiful, and a great pairing for Oranger’s rockin out. AND there was even ample usage of theramin.
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I would lovge to track down the foto files of these from the owner if possible. We’re putting this performance out for a DVD and are looking for foto’s to put in it.
I would love to track down the foto files of these from the owner if possible. We’re putting this performance out for a DVD and are looking for foto’s to put in it.thanks!matt
Thanks, Matt. The photos are mine — I will email you offline.
Hello! Some years later, and it looks like they never released it. I was there that night–very cool. Been dying to get my hands on it ever since. Do you still have a way to contact any of the band members? I would love the chance to bug them about it!
You could try poking Matt via Twitter (https://twitter.com/orangermatt) though he’s not regularly active there.