…is the title of a documentary film directed by Stefan Schwietert released in 2015
The film is about
A choir named The17
A journey from East to West across The Atlantic Archipelago
(Photograph taken by Tracey Moberly)
The film is in the English language and was broadcast and screened widely across mainland Europe but, to date, has only been screened privately within the group of Islands often referred to as the British Isles.
The British Isles are also known as The Atlantic Archipelago.
Within The Atlantic Archipelago the film will be screened only once a year for the next nine years.
The screenings will be in nine different locations
The locations have been chosen for the distinct historic language spoken there up to 200 years ago
Most of these languages are still spoken there today
The languages are Cornish, English, Romani, Welsh, Manx, Irish, Lallans, Gaelic and Norn.
The first of these screenings will be in Cornwall this coming Saturday, April 28th:
The Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society
24 Church St, Falmouth TR11 3EG.
(Telephone 01326 319 461)
Each yearly screening consists of the following:
1. An early morning fishing trip by Bill Drummond
2. An afternoon recording, by Bill Drummond, of a song sung in the local language
3. An evening screening of a film made in the local language followed by:
4. The screening of the film IMAGINE WAKING UP TOMORROW AND ALL MUSIC HAS DISAPPEARED followed by
5. A performance lecture by Bill Drummond to end the evening followed by
6. A morning walk with Bill Drummond to breakfast the following day
Items three to six are open to the public by the purchase of a single ticket:
Tickets are available on a first – come – first – served basis
The ticket allocation per-person is not limited
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