In Frances Ha, Noah Baumbach paints the life of 27-year-old, not terribly successful choreographer Frances (Greta Gerwig), who gambols around The Big Apple with no fixed abode; Baumbach follows the young woman’s meanderings in an airy nouvelle vague style. Followed by a live show by Future Husband.
Noah Baumbach is seen as a chronicler of painful but often also humorous clashes between young men and women in the big city. Greta Gerwig, one of the most interesting directors/actresses of recent years, co-wrote Frances Ha, which is shot in black-and-white.
Live music by Future Husband
Future Husband is Dutch-Nigerian singer-songwriter Adura Sulaiman. Having played in bands with Sofie Winterson and Feng Suave, she is now embarking on her first solo project: Future Husband, about processing the loss of a first love and recording the aftershocks of this. Listening to Future Husband is like floating in a hypnagogic state, where the boundaries between dreams and reality seems to blur.
In her texts, her personal thoughts are set to grand cinematic instrumentation and soundscapes. Guitars, acoustic drums, bass and synths weave among her tenderly performed vocals. Her first single, 'Ritual', has now been released,and the EP is scheduled for release in the spring of 2022.
Eye on Sound
With Eye on Sound, Eye focuses on the special relationship between image and sound. Expect live music to silent films, live bands from today to classics of yesteryear, brand new scores to films from the versatile Eye collection and special attention to the often neglected art of sound design.