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Thursday, May 19 • 3:30pm - 5:30pm
"Lunar Orbit" North American Premiere Screening with Artists in Conversation

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“The tune is never finished, you always have to continue writing it in order to keep it alive” says Thomas Fehlmann of The Orb.

Lunar Orbit takes us into the Ultraworld of the pioneers of ambient house music.

Patrick Buchanan’s feature documentary explores The Orb’s unique creative process and delves into the story behind the music, revealing the history of The Orb’s origins and the foundation of the friendships which anchor the mother spaceship.

A blend of unprecedented studio access from the duo’s Moonbuilding 2703AD recording sessions in Berlin, live concert footage, rare unseen archive material and interviews with key creative players; Youth, Guy Pratt, Mixmaster Morris, Matt Black, and many other current and former members of the Orb's extended family result in a film that is truly Orbriginal.

Alex Paterson describes his musical method,  “I don’t particularly want to pick up an instrument, I want to pick up all these sounds and make musical notes out of these sounds.”

This is the North American premiere of Lunar Orbit.   There will be a Q and A following the screening with producer/director/editor Patrick Buchanan and Alex Paterson & Thomas Fehlmann of The Orb.

lunarorbitfilm.com



Talent
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Patrick Buchanan

Patrick Buchanan is an independent filmmaker in the truest sense. A freelance offline editor by trade, he has produced, directed and edited his first feature documentary Lunar Orbit in between editing television projects and late into his evenings. He lives in Toronto with his wife and three children.
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The Orb

Midnight ravers greeted by “A Huge Ever Pulsating Pain that Rules from the Center of the Ultraworld” in the wake of a long night out understood – felt – that when the cock crows, one knows that after the party it’s the Orb. As England came down from Thatcherism, the Orb pioneered ambient house by slowing down Chicago house and adding ambient synth textures gleaned from the likes of Brian Eno.  After joining... Read More →


Thursday May 19, 2016 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Carolina Theatre, Cinema 1 309 W Morgan St, Durham, NC 27703

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