Fourteen Houston Bands & Musicians | Fourteen Music Videos | One Film
The World Premiere Screening of Dinolion's RASHOMON
Saturday, January 6, 2018 | Doors @ 7:30pm
6701 Capitol Street
The Rashomon Effect describes a phenomenon in which a single event is given contradictory interpretations from the various individuals involved. Dinolion invokes this device from Akira Kurosawas 1951 Japanese film Rashomon in their new multi-band music video narrative.
Dinolion invites film and music lovers alike to step into the grey abyss of memory. Rashomon explores the clash between subjectivity and objectivity in human perception, memory, and recall in this ambitious film project. The viewer will peer through the portals of each perspective, consuming one part of the puzzle while catching glimpses of another in the background.
Conceived by Jeromy Barber and developed with James Templeton and Traci Lavois Thiebaud, Dinolion's Rashomon involves fourteen bands and musicians spanning multiple genres.
Involved groups and musicians include Black Kite, Merel & Tony, Miears, Whit, Two Star Symphony, The Wheel Workers, Football, Etc., Pitter Patter, King Finn, Guilla, Danna, LIMB, Traci Lavois Thiebaud, and The Mustnts. The production team for Rashomon includes Jeromy Barber, James Templeton, Traci Lavois Thiebaud, Peter Zama, and Marcus Pontello.
Join us for the world premiere screening at BETA Theater!
Beta Theater (View)
6701 Capitol St
Houston, TX 77011
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