A Trip to the Moon + Soundtrack to the Stars with a Live Score by Stems

Cinema | (PG) | 90 minutes |
19th July 2019

Fri 19 July | 8.00pm | Tickets: Pay What you Decide

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing with a cinematic audio/visual feast!

Yorkshire-based classical-infused art rock collective Stems provide a live soundtrack to the early movie magic by Georges Méliès with their live soundtrack to A Trip to the Moon (1902), one of the earliest depictions of sci-fi on screen and imagining of what the unexplored moon could be.

Moving from 1902 to today, Stems also present Soundtrack to the Stars, a live score to real footage of space captured by NASA and the Hubble Space Telescope, presenting a double bill sonic exploration; of our expectations and the reality of our moon and space.

An art rock embellished with strings – cinematic compositions full of sweeping elegant darkness and hypnotic delicate intensity.

Presented in partnership with Live Cinema UK, supported by Film Hub North, proud to be part of the BFI Film Audience Network.


19th July 2019


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