ARTSpeak: Felipe Barral’s Metropolis Resounds with Diverse Inspirations

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Felipe Barral's take on Nosferatu last year brought a soulful, yet somberly sinister vibe to the old black-and-white film. Photo by Thom Baker.

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Radio Version: Click the player above to listen to the audio that was broadcast on AM1690 (six minutes), or click here to download the MP3.

Bonus! Click the player above for the web-only “director’s cut” (11 minutes) including Felipe Barral’s thoughts on cinema, poetry, and philosophy, or click here to download the MP3.

Episode 50: The musical mind behind last year’s Nosferatu film event, which made it on BURNAWAY’s 2011 top ten favorites list, discusses his latest creation, an original score for the cinema classic Metropolis. Felipe Barral and his band return to the Goat Farm Arts Center to host a live screening and sound experience on two more nights this week: 10PM Wednesday, May 30, and Thursday, May 31, 2012. The event is free and open to the public. Click here for more info.


Special thanks to AM1690, The Voice of the Arts, our partners in producing ARTSpeak with BURNAWAY. The radio version broadcasts every Tuesday in two rotations, 8:20AM and 6:20PM. Thanks also go to the talented Daniel Clay who provided the intro music for our program.


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