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The Music@TCDC by Kiosk

  • (Audio-Visual Project)
  • When: 1 - 30 June 2011 | 10:30-21:00
  • Where: Kiosk and Living Wallpaper, TCDC

Bringing the stage a new generation of musicians and artists, The Music@TCDC showcases exciting new talents in a cozy and vibrant atmosphere. Enjoy an interesting line up of live music at weekend and film screening Tuesday through Sunday at Kiosk and Living Wallpaper (in front of TCDC Resource Center).

Free Admission

Bringing the stage a new generation of musicians and artists, The Music@TCDC showcases exciting new talents in a cozy and vibrant atmosphere. Enjoy an interesting line up of live music at weekend and film screening Tuesday through Sunday at Kiosk and Living Wallpaper (in front of TCDC Resource Center).

Visual Project
When: 1 – 31 May 2011 (Closed Mondays)
Where: Living Wallpaper and Creative Space, TCDC, 6th floor, The Emporium

Free Admission

Teenage life isn’t all about work and play… this June, enjoy a collection of featured films that reveal the adolescence power of teenage life in different perspectives, from various beliefs, viewpoints and culture differences.

*All titles are available at TCDC Resource Center, please contact Mini Info Guru.

Sophie Scholl: The final days

Country: Germany
Year: 2005
Directed by: Marc Rothemund

A German film based on a dramatization of the final days of Sophie Scholl, one of the most famous members of the German World War II anti-Nazi resistance movement, The White Rose. Sophie’s brother, friend and herself were arrested when they were handing out anti-Hitler government leaflets. They were investigated by German police and were sent to court. The film was nominated Best Foreign Film award in 2006. The main actress showed an outstanding performance in this film which led her to receive many awards from all over Europe. The atmosphere created in the investigation scene and the forceful court scene were also one of the most memorable scenes ever made.

Call Number: S712 2005 MOVIE

All About Lily Chou-Chou

Country: Japan
Year: 2001
Directed by: Iwai Shunji

All About Lily Chou-Chou follows two boys, Shunsuke Hoshino and Yuichi Hasumi, from the start of junior high school when they first meet, and into second grade. The film has a discontinuous storyline, starting midway through the story, just after the second term of junior high school begins, then flashes back to the first term and summer vacation, and then skips back to the present.

Call Number: A4161 2001 MOVIE

Juno

Country: Canada, USA
Year: 2007
Directed by: Jason Reitman

A teen movie that reflects today’s society and was number one in the box office in the United States and made a total income of 143 million US dollars. The film was one of the film critics’ favorite films that won Best Film Oscars award. The uniqueness of this film is Juno, an independent-minded teenager confronting an unplanned pregnancy and the subsequent events that put pressures of adult life onto her.

Call Number: J 956 2007 MOVIE

Into The Wild

Country: USA
Year: 2007
Directed by: SEAN PENN

After graduating from Emory University, top student and athlete Christopher McCandless abandons his possessions, gives his entire $24,000 savings account to charity and hitchhikes to Alaska to live in the wilderness. Along the way, Christopher encounters a series of characters that shape his life.

Call Number: I619 2007 MOVIE

Elephant

Country: USA
Year: 2003
Directed by: Gus Van Sant

This film reflects the American society, teenage life and social problems of American children. Some parts of the story were a fictionalized meditation on the world-renowned tragic massacre event at Columbine High School in United States in 1999. This film won the Palme d’Or award, which is the top award in film contest at Cannes Film Festival.

Call Number: E 392 2003 MOVIE

Dead Poets Society

Country: USA
Year: 1989
Directed by: Peter Weir

The story is set at the fictional Welton Academy in Vermont in the 1950s, a strict and proper American school. The film tells the story of an English teacher, John Keating who inspires his students to change their lives of conformity and follow their dreams through his teaching of poetry and literature. Keating became a favorite among the students and one of his students, Neil Perry and several boys secretly revive a school literary club, the titular "Dead Poets Society," to which Keating was instrumental, holding session in a small cave outside school grounds. Later on, Neil Perry participated in a school play even though his father disapproved, which led to an unexpected tragedy. Investigation within the “Dead Poets Society” follows and the conservative teachers find a way to fire Keating. Amongst the strict rules of the school, Keating teaches his students new values and new approach in learning that changed their life forever.

Call Number: D 2784 1989 MOVIE

Showtime, at Living Wallpaper: 10.30 – 21.00

DayWeek 1
1-5 June 2011
Week 2
7-12 June 2011

Week 3
14-19 June 2011

Week 4
21-30 June 2011
TuesdaySophie SchollDead poets societyElephantInto The Wild
WednesdayAll About Lily
Chou-Chou
Sophie SchollDead poets societyElephant
ThursdayJunoAll About Lily
Chou-Chou
Sophie SchollDead poets society
FridayInto The WildJunoAll About Lily
Chou-Chou
Sophie Scholl
SaturdayElephantInto The WildJunoAll About Lily
Chou-Chou
SundayDead poets societyElephantInto The WildJuno

Showtime, at Creative space: 14.00 – 20.00

DayWeek 1
1-5 June 2011
Week 2
7-12 June 2011
Week 3
14-19 June 2011
Week 4
21-30 June 2011
TuesdayElephantInto The WildSophie SchollDead poets society
WednesdayDead poets societyElephantAll About Lily
Chou-Chou
Sophie Scholl
ThursdaySophie SchollDead poets societyJunoAll About Lily
Chou-Chou
Friday

All About Lily
Chou-Chou

Sophie SchollInto The WildJuno
SaturdayJunoAll About Lily
Chou-Chou
ElephantInto The Wild
SundayInto The WildJunoDead poets societyElephant

Audio-Project: The Music@TCDC
>When : 19.00 – 20.00 I Every Saturday
Where : KIOSK (Creative space), TCDC, 6th floor, The Emporium

The Music@TCDC offers a chance for both new and professional musicians who are looking for a free space to liberate their musical spirits. Their vibrant live performances will bring TCDC members and visitors entertaining moments and inspiring melodies on weekend.

Free Admission

Saturday 25th, June 2011

Hello Minor
A new jazz band established by a group of jazz music players from various educational institutions. Despite the fact that some members did not study music directly and there had been changes in band members, but with their passion for music, the band still managed to be united within the past 3 years (The band name changed from Accidental Criminal of K-OS to Hello Minor). The concept of the band is to play jazz music in the style of bebop hard bop and other original songs typically in the style of Hello Minor, so that people can have fun with the variety of music that they recite

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