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Soundtrack International Film and Music Festival gets Oscar Nod

Mugabe and the White African, one of the films in this year's Soundtrack International Film and Music Festival (Nov 18-22 has been shortlisted for an Oscar, adding more prestige to a festival described by Danny Boyle as "crucial".

The powerful and intimate feature-length documentary about the Mugabe regime is amongst the 15 Documentary Features shortlisted for an Academy Award, hoping to make it onto the final five list ready for the 82nd Oscar night in Hollywood in the New Year. It was directed by Andrew Thompson and Lucy Bailey and is the account of a farmer's challenge to the violent Land Reform program in Zimbabwe.

At Soundtrack it will be screened to a 100-strong delegation of the European Audio-Visual Entrepreneurs (EAVE) road-show, Europe's film-making elite in Cardiff to meet the cream of Welsh film-making talent to explore co-production and international film-making opportunities.


Soundtrack is supported by the Film Agency for Wales, whose Chief Executive Pauline Burt said:  "Elizabeth Morgan Hemlock and her team at Arturi have produced a fantastic documentary that provides a real insight into life in Zimbabwe. We are delighted to have funded this wonderful production that shows great promise and should act as an inspiration to the film-making talent involved with EAVE and Soundtrack this week." 

Soundtrack 2009 has a very strong rock & roll flavour, with a much-anticipated first by John Cale, co-founder of the Velvet Underground, fellow Welsh icons Super Furry Animals, and acclaimed Sex Pistols Director Julien Temple. The festival features live music performances, exclusive screenings, Q&As, seminars, and educational workshops, all celebrating the creative relationship between film and music.


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Wednesday 18th November

9.30am RCT 14-19 Pathways & Media Education Wales Present

Sound and Film: Hands-on Workshops

The Urdd, Wales Millennium Centre


9.45am Soundtrack and Reel Education Presents

Schools Film Literacy Workshops for Key Stage 2

£3 Chapter Arts Centre, Canton


7.30pm Opening Night Movie: Soundtrack & BAFTA Cymru present:

The Red Shoes

£6.90 Cineworld Cardiff



Thursday 19th November

9.30am RCT 14-19 Pathways & Media Education Wales Present

Sound and Film: Hands-on Workshops

The Urdd, Wales Millennium Centre


9.45am Soundtrack and Reel Education Presents

Schools Film Literacy Workshops for Key Stage 2

£3 Chapter Arts Centre, Canton


10.00am Arts Council of Wales presents

Soundtrack Composers Symposium

Cineworld Cardiff


1.30pm Warp Films Seminar

Norwegian Church, Cardiff Bay


6.30pm Premier: Separado! + Q&A with Gruff Rhys & Guests

£6.90 Cineworld Cardiff


8.00pm Let Him Be

£6.60 Chapter Arts Centre, Canton


9.15pm Media Antenna Wales presents

Invite Only A Boy Called Dad: Special EAVE Screening

Cineworld Cardiff



Friday 20th November

11.00am Soundtrack & Media Education Wales Presents:

Image and Sound Workshop

Cineworld Cardiff + Aberystwyth Arts Centre + The Scala, Prestatyn


2.00pm Welsh Music Foundation Presents

All The Right Mov(i)es: Getting your music in film and TV

The Gate, Roath


6.00pm John Cale In Conversation + American Psycho

£6.90 Cineworld Cardiff


6.30pm The Music of Hammer Horror + The Quatermass Xperiment &

To The Devil A Daughter

£12 Chapter Arts Centre, Canton


7.30pm Upside Down: A Creation Records Evening



8.00pm Recreation: Super Furry Animals + Mark Gardner (Ride)

£22.50 The Coal Exchange, Cardiff Bay



Saturday 21st November


3.00pm Charity Kids Screening: Kirikou and the Sorceress

£3.50/£2.50 Chapter Arts Centre, Canton


6.00pm Beautiful Mistake

£6.90 Cineworld Cardiff


8.00pm When Past & Future Collide: John Cale in Concert

£22.50 The Coal Exchange, Cardiff Bay


8.30pm Paper Heart

£6.60 Chapter Arts Centre, Canton



Sunday 22nd November

3.00pm All Tomorrow's Parties

£3.50 Chapter Arts Centre, Canton


5.30pm Oil City Confidential + Q&A with Julien Temple

£6.60 Chapter Arts Centre, Canton


9.00pm Closing Night Movie: Bunny & The Bull +

Q&A with Paul King

£6.90 Cineworld Cardiff


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