Imagine Waking Up Tomorrow And All Music Has Disappeared
Filmfest 2015

Imagine waking up tomorrow morning and all music has disappeared. Just like that. What will we have left if eveything is gone: CDs, iPods, instruments? When we don’t know even know what music was. Music? Musician Bill Drummond shows us. The man who, with The KLF, once conquered the world of pop. An anarchic spirit, a punk forever who now leads the largest choir of the world, The17, an ever changing ensemble of amateurs with no sheets of music and no rehearsals. The film accompanies Drummond as he continuously finds new voices for his choir. In fields, factories, classrooms or pubs. It is a journey to the beginning of music. So we can invent it again. Innocently. Together, in this very moment.
SwissFilms

tags: Documentary, Humor, Art, Music, Portrait

With: (Dokumentarfilm) Bill Drummond

Credits

Screenplay: Stefan Schwietert

Director of Photography: Adrian Stähli

Film Editor: Frank Brummundt, Florian Miosge

Composer: Jan Tilmann Schade

Sound: Dieter Meyer, Jean Pierre Gerth

Producer: Helge Albers

Production Company: Flying Moon Filmproduktion

Co-Producer: Cornelia Seitler, Brigitte Hofer

Co-Production Company: Maximage

Distributor: Real Fiction Filmverleih e.K.

Director: Stefan Schwietert