SOUND ON SCREEN Music Film Festival 2022

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Fri Feb 25, 00:15 - Sun Mar 6, 23:45

The SOUND ON SCREEN film festival celebrates one of humanity’s most essential creations: 

M U S I C


Since 2010 Flamedrop Productions curated an amazing eclectic array of music-related movies, documentaries, concert films and subjects linked to music and sound in all of its forms from around the world, this edition including Africa, Europe, Asia, North America, UK and beyond.

Line-up info below or more details on each movie in the FULL MOVIE LINE-UP tab above (plus Bothner Music prizes, Trailers & Social Media).


Traditionally a cinema-based indie festival, the 2022 edition of Sound On Screen will be its first on-line virtual event (streaming via Quicket), the main advantage of this being that viewers across ALL of South Africa can access any of the movies across the festival period in stead of being limited to a single screening in one particular city cinema. 

(see a list of some titles screened across the festival history at the end of this message)


From subdued, beautiful, lyrical musical sentiments all the way through to eruptions of audio genius, innovation, intensity, history and madness, and everything in between, expect Pop, Rock, Hip-Hop, African Music, Classical, Metal, Punk, Choral, Disco, Experimental, ‘80s Pop Legends, Electronic, Folk, Garage, Jazz, even something for vinyl collectors and horror fans.

The exciting movies traverse moods across the spectrum, all illustrating the power of music: 

entertaining, serious, humorous, enlightening, uplifting, heart breaking, inspiring, hopeful, informative, social commentary, educational, touching on the pandemic and more.

Where it has always mainly been a feature film oriented event, this year a wider range of short subjects are also included.


Hit the TICKETS button to access all the movie ticket options, including an amazing discounted full festival pass which gives the viewer access to all 12 movies at half the price >


R 30: Single Movie Pass

R 150: Full Festival Pass


NB! While most content is family friendly, horror elements in THE MAESTRO and THE HISTORY OF METAL AND HORROR is for 16 and older


FESTIVAL TRAILER :



SOUND ON SCREEN '22 LINE-UP :


6 feature films & documentaries and 6 feature length collections (comprising 25 varied short subjects)

For more detailed info, see the Full Movie Line-Up & Trailers tabs above)


More details and updates at

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Festival Website: www.flamedrop.com/sos

Streaming location: www.quicket.co.za/organisers/572-sound-on-screen-music-film-festival



ONCE A PUNK… (DIMA PUNK…) ?

This enlightening documentary follows a young Punk in Casablanca as he struggles to be himself in a society that looks down on his lifestyle.

(France / Morocco)



THE WHISPER OF THE MARIMBA

The marimba is the bridge between Africa and Latin America. This documentary looks across three generations of players at how the sound of the wooden xylophone connects the present-day life on the Ecuadorian Pacific coast with its African roots. 

(Germany / Ecuador)



THE MAESTRO - A Symphony of Terror

This classical music-driven feature film is a loving tribute to the cult classics of the past, but also an exploration into deep philosophical issues about the nature of art, all against a horror backdrop of a failed composer losing his mind trying to bring his magnum opus to life.

(Thailand)



REZ METAL

An inspiring documentary following an unknown Metal band from a Navajo reservation who lands the opportunity to record in Denmark with renowned Metallica produced Flemming Rasmussen.

(USA / Denmark)



1247 

A look at the beautiful musical relationship between traditional gayageum player Bora Ju, and harpist Kihwa Lee.

(Korea)



THE HISTORY OF METAL AND HORROR 

An in-depth documentary delving into the relationship between Heavy Metal music and Horror movies across history - incl. interviews with prominent musicians and filmmakers from Metallica, Slipknot, Anthrax and Alice Cooper, to Rob Zombie, John Carpenter, Tom Savini and many more (with clips from a wide range of popular and more obscure horror movies)

(USA)



A LYRICAL JOURNEY 

Two musically moving chapters

- A TOKEN OF LOVE - a remote collaborative ‘virtual choir’ piece with 130 global performers (Italy)

- SONGWRITER (Parolier) - an intimate documentary look at a prolific songwriter (Belgium)



ROCUMENTARY DOUBLE FEATURE

Two rock-based documentaries

- CALM BEFORE... THE RISING STORM - a fascinating look at a one-album band from the '60s whose popularity resurfaced with the high prices fetched for their rare original vinyl pressing (USA)

- THE REFLECTACLES ARE DEAD - a documentary feature of a band with a bright future, touring with Willy Nelson, but unexpectedly breaking up after the rigours of the road (USA)


THE AFRICAN MUSIC EXPERIENCE

A collection of short subjects delving into various African music aspects, genres and experiences

- SOTRA CYPHERS: 5 Year Anni-Verse-Ary Special - Hip-Hop mini-doc (South Africa)

- IJO: A Love Story - a dance oriented fictional short (Nigeria) 

- RISE UP! - racial justice mini-doc (Netherlands)

- SHINE - ambitious rapper spotlight (Sierra Leone)

- BREONA - BLM music video (USA)



A DIVERSE AUDIO TRIPTYCH

- DEAR LILY, LOVE PATRICK - a very moving mini-doc on a San Francisco Disco pioneer (USA)

- MADBEN Grief Dance To Death - an amazingly visual music video (France)

- INGVAR LOCO NORDIN - a fascinating documentary feature about an eccentric experimental audio artist (Sweden)



PANDEMusIC

A collection of short subjects touching on the mid- & post-pandemic crisis and its effect on musicians and the industry 

- GARY KEMP IN SOLO - renowned Spandau Ballet member’s solo album making-of documentary (UK)

- THE SILENT STAGE - a look at how the pandemic impacted musicians (Turkey)

- CALL ME BACK: The Uncommon Wisdom of Yvette Slosch - a fictional comedy on how a jazz musician can survive lockdown (USA)

- MUSIC AND MENTAL HEALTH - a music and psychology exploration (USA)


MUSIC-THEMED SHORT FILM COLLECTION

Various music-related short subjects incl. fiction, doccies, music videos

- MENSVRETERS - BOEFLEWE MADE ME DO IT - wild SA cannibal rappers’ horror short film (South Africa / UK)

- CUCKOO! - comedy short about a man living in a cuckoo clock (Netherlands)

- ODYN V KANOE - I Have No Home - cinematic fantasy music video (Ukraine)

- ONE HIT WONDER - cab driver takes a former pop star on a one way Twilight Zone-like ride - fiction short film (USA)

- ISOBEL - Take Me Away - moving dark-alt-folk music video (South Africa)

- ON AIR - fiction thriller short film set in a radio station (Netherlands)

- SOPHIA BROMBERG - Lately - The Voice finalist's new music video (USA)

- EAT THE RAINBOW - flamboyant explosive musical (USA)

- TERMINATRYX - Virus 3rd Wave - industrial-rock remix music video (South Africa)

- SPRING PAN Let's Go! - far-out animation trip (Japan)

- I MUSTACHE YOU - quirky New York-based short (USA)

- VILE A SIN - Carnival Of Souls - heavy metal music video (USA)



Across the festival history the invigorating screening selections have included: 

IT MIGHT GET LOUD, SPRINGBOK NUDE GIRLS, THE HEALING NOTES, THE CREATORS, LORDS OF CHAOS, AFRICAN DRUM - Beyond The Beat, ROCK THE BELLS, THE HEIR OF LISZT, MARCH OF THE GODS, SOUND OF NOISE, PUNK IN AFRICA, FREDDY MERCURY - THE KING OF QUEEN, SOAKED IN BLEACH, FOKOFPOLISIEKAR, GOD BLESS OZZY OSBOURNE, TAKING WOODSTOCK, ONE MINUTE FOR CONDUCTORS, BJORK BIOPHILIA, MAMA GOEMA, THE HEART IS A DRUM MACHINE, PLACEBO: ALT.RUSSIA, MISSION TO LARS, live silent film soundtrack performance by THE MAKABRA ENSEMBLE and many, many more.


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THE 2022 SOUND ON SCREEN LINE-UP :

All titles available to stream across 25 February - 6 March 2022


Festival Trailer:



ONCE A PUNK… (DIMA PUNK…) 

This enlightening documentary follows a young Punk in Casablanca as he struggles to be himself in a society that looks down on his lifestyle.

Once a punk... always a punk? Stof is a young punk from Casablanca. During the eight years that we followed him, he tried to set his Mohawk against all odds. He pays a heavy price for his independence when he finds himself arrested and imprisoned for eleven months. Will he remain “Dima Punk”, forever a punk?

Years of immersion have won Stof’s and Orland’s confidence. Stof is a punker and Orland was his mentor, ten years ago. To film in their neighbourhood, the camera gradually became habitual and therefore, invisible. The film is a portrait, but, at the same time, a rare narrative on the situation of popular Urban youths in Morocco with different tastes, who are left out of the system and left to themselves, their lifestyle frowned upon. “NEET” is the acronym given to the 2.7 million young people from age 15 to 29 in this case in Morocco - it stands for No Education, No Employment, No Training. Stof is one of them and he struggles to try and be himself and at the same time to fit in the margins of the system.

Directed by Dominique Caubet

(France / Morocco)



THE WHISPER OF THE MARIMBA

The marimba is the bridge between Africa and Latin America.

This documentary looks across three generations of players at how the sound of the wooden xylophone connects the present-day life on the Ecuadorian Pacific coast with its African roots. Hundreds of years ago, the marimba music came to Ecuador across the sea. Stormy drum rhythms and the gentle, undulating melodies remind us of the violence experienced during slave trade and colonial rule and also tell the story of the centuries-old musical resistance of the Afro-Ecuadorian community. In 2015 the marimba music has been declared as an UNESCO World Cultural Heritage.

"The Whisper of the Marimba" portrays three generations of musicians who lay bare their worries and dreams as well as their unshakable trust in the power of art and music to nurture their identity and community.

A story of losing memory and rewriting history...

Directed by Greta-Marie Becker 

(Germany / Ecuador)



THE MAESTRO - A Symphony of Terror

This classical music-driven feature film is a loving tribute to the cult classics of the past, but also an exploration into deep philosophical issues about the nature of art, all against a horror backdrop of a failed composer losing his mind trying to bring his magnum opus to life.

It is the tale of a genius provoked and pushed into madness and beyond, The Maestro tells the story of Arun, a composer and conductor who tried to make it in Europe but has ended up teaching high society children in Thailand. For years, he has been composing a magnum opus, The Tongues of Angels, and dreams of premiering it under his own baton. The Covid crisis allows him to create an imagined utopia for gifted young musicians in the middle of nowhere, far from the pestilence and corruption of the outside world ... but things go horribly wrong.It is a work of transcendence, of wildness … and a touch of madness.

Directed by Paul Spurrier

(Thailand)



REZ METAL

An inspiring documentary following an unknown Metal band from a Navajo reservation who lands the opportunity to record in Denmark with renowned Metallica produced Flemming Rasmussen.

When Kyle Felter, the lead singer of I Don't Konform sent out a demo album to Flemming Rasmussen, the Grammy Award-winner producer of Metallica, they never imagined themselves a few months later rehearsing with Rasmussen inside a hot hogan on a Navajo reservation before recording their debut album at the iconic Sweet Silence Studio in Denmark. While following I Don't Konform's fairy tale journey, our documentary REZ METAL, tells the larger compelling story of the heavy metal scene on Navajo reservations where many youths have grown disaffected as a result of endemic poverty and high rate of suicides.

Directed by Ashkan Soltani Stone

(USA / Denmark)



1247 

A look at the beautiful musical relationship between traditional gayageum player Bora Ju, and harpist Kihwa Lee.

The two artists, who met nine years ago in the complex cultural space ‘Banjul’, had a longing for each other, but they also had prejudices, so there was no chance to be together. Bora Ju, a gayageum player, has been active as a singer-songwriter as well as traditional music such as sanjo. In addition to performing with various musical instruments, she has continued on various stages by collaborating with dance, meditation, painting, and photography. Harpist Kihwa Lee, who has run ‘Banjul’ with her mother, collaborated with famous and unknown artists both at home and abroad, and it was a very natural thing to live. As the concert stage was reduced due to Corona 19, Kihwa Lee invited the performers to her house and started a YouTube called 'ZIPSUNI Live' and reunited with Bora Ju after 9 years. The two women form a duo called ‘1247’ and getting closer to each other as they learn the differences between each other's instruments. And they successfully complete their first offline performance at ‘Ghetto Live’, a hip concert hall in Seongsu-dong. Inspired by the enthusiastic response from the audience, '1247' plans to hold a second performance at the place where they first met, 'Banjul', and goes on a performance practice trip to Gangwon-do. Their music, who undergoes emptiness through learning and interprets this as artistic giving, takes root across the stage, the sea, the street and the living room.

Directed by Woojin Song

(Korea)



THE HISTORY OF METAL AND HORROR 

In depth documentary on the connection between Metal music and Horror movies.

Metal music and Horror movies - a match made in heaven (or hell?!). This exciting in-depth documentary explores the history of heavy metal music and horror, and how the two genres have merged over time. Various metal artists share their first introduction to horror, their favorite horror films, their influences, and more. Horror film icons also discuss how their films have influenced the horror genre, their connections to metal artists, and why metal and horror work well together.Features filmmakers & actors like John Carpenter, Tom Savini, John Russo, Bill Moseley, Linnea Quigley, Kane Hodder (Jason), Gunnar Hanson (Leatherface), Sid Haig (Capt. Spalding) and musicians like Corey Taylor (Slipknot), Alice Cooper, Rob Zombie (also a filmmaker), Kirk Hammett (Metallica), Dave Mustaine (Megadeth), Scott Ian & Charlie Benante (Anthrax), George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher (Cannibal Corpse), Phil Anselmo (Pantera), Jonathan Davis (Korn), Dani Filth, GWAR, Wednesday 13 and many more.Presented by Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes)

Directed Mike Schiff

(USA)



A LYRICAL JOURNEY 

Two musically moving chapters A TOKEN OF LOVE and SONGWRITER


- A TOKEN OF LOVE 

A remote collaborative ‘virtual choir’ piece with 130 global performers. A "virtual choir", created during the pandemic, performing a short piece composed by the most prolific of all women composers of the 17th century, the nun Isabella Leonarda. With the participation of more than 130 performers worldwide: professional musicians and amateurs from a variety of musical worlds. All in tribute to a woman composer.

Directed by Candace Smith 

(Italy)


- SONGWRITER (Parolier) 

An intimate documentary look at a prolific songwriter.

417 love songs

18 notebooks

49 year career

13 gold records

1 Eurovision victory in 1986

Rosario Marino, an Italian immigrant, worker, then songwriter of variety songs, left the factory to make a living. Rachel, his daughter, director, takes a tender look at her father's profession and his award winning career.

Director Rachel Marino 

(Belgium)




ROCUMENTARY DOUBLE FEATURE

Two rock-based documentaries CALM BEFORE... THE RISING STORM and THE REFLECTACLES ARE DEAD


- CALM BEFORE... THE RISING STORM 

A fascinating look at a one-album band from the '60s whose popularity resurfaced with the high prices fetched for their rare original vinyl pressing.In June of 1967, a group of six high school seniors recorded an album called 'calm before...' that was to become a Vinyl collector's classic in the decades to follow. The Rising Storm has survived to become one of the 'Unknown Legends of Rock n Roll' and five decades later, they are still making music.Return to 1967, with the Stormers, to recapture the magic in the music of 'calm before....'

Directed by Andrew Brier 

(USA)


- THE REFLECTACLES ARE DEAD 

Cautionary for musicians, entertaining for viewers, uplifting for all - An eye-opening documentary feature of a band with a bright future unexpectedly breaking up after the rigours of the road.

The Reflectacles set out on their first and only national tour in 2011. They were a band on the rise, having played with music legends like Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and Leon Russell. Six months after the tour, they broke up.

“The Reflectacles Are Dead” weaves together concert and archival footage with recent interviews of the band to look back on their sudden rise, comic fall, and the unexpected joy of life on the road with little money and endless possibilities. 

Directed by Donovan McCarty 

(USA)




THE AFRICAN MUSIC EXPERIENCE

A collection of short subjects delving into various African music aspects, genres and experiences - SOTRA CYPHERS / IJO: A Love Story / RISE UP! / SHINE / BREONA


- SOTRA CYPHERS: 5 Year Anni-Verse-Ary Special 

A short look at the origin of popular South African Hip-Hop web series Sotra Cyphers, created by music producer SPeeKa in 2016.

Thapelo Modiela (also known as "SPeeKa") is a music producer, voice over artist, presenter and videographer born and raised in Soweto. He has been making music (mostly South African Hip-Hop) since 2005. Besides producing songs for artists such as Big Zulu, Siya Shezi, F-Eezy and MaseVen, his music has also appeared in a few television productions, namely; The Love Life documentary titled "Isitimela" (2011) and the South African Rap Battle show "One Mic".

Directed by Thapelo Modiela 

(South Africa)


- IJO: A Love Story 

This Nigerian tale of love tells the story of a depressed man who seeks closure and healing through dance after a lover’s quarrel.

Directed by Fatimah Binta Gimsay 

(Nigeria) 


- RISE UP! 

Soon after the death of George Floyd in 2020 I receives a lot of questions of youths: What does racism entails? Does it also occur in the Netherlands? What can I do to help?This short film is my answer to those questions. It tells the story of Africans worldwide, it shows what is happening and if you listen closely you will hear the story told by our ancestors, and brothers and sisters that are still among us.

Directed by Grace Stelk 

(Netherlands)


- SHINE 

Shine De God Son has been rapping since he could talk. He is now one of the most popular hip hop stars in the West African nation of Sierra Leone. His fame has not translated to wealth and is struggling to make ends meet. Like most rappers in Sierra Leone he releases his music, does press, organizes concerts, distributes his album with little support from his label. He has a dream of one day making it big.This day-in-a-life documentary follows Shine as he walks the streets of Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, to release his album and ultimately perform at an alley show. The oppressive heat and a mysterious illness is slowing him down. He believes one of his enemies put a curse on him. His new single is a message to his enemies and fans alike that he is recovering from this sickness. In this intimate portrait we see that instead of getting better, Shine seems to be slowly fading away.

Directed by Greg Crompton, Abu-Bakarr Jalloh 

(Canada / Sierra Leone)


- BREONA 

When the pandemic came to North America, award-winning EMT and ER tech Breonna Taylor was designated an essential worker. Breonna loved being at the hospital. Had she not been murdered by police on March 13, 2020, she would now be well on her way to becoming a nurse. The woman whose own life was taken before her 27th birthday wanted only to save the lives of others.Artists 4 Racial Equality (ARE) is a group of Canadian musicians and visual artists who want the world to remember Breonna Taylor. We live in Toronto, where a Black person is 20 times more likely than a white person to be shot and killed by police. ARE asks viewers who were moved by the video to donate to The Black Solidarity Fund, which helps Black community organizations across Canada: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/black-solidarity-fund

Directed by Cailleah Scott-Grimes 

(USA)




A DIVERSE AUDIO TRIPTYCH

3 diverse journey's united by sound 

DEAR LILY, LOVE PATRICK / MADBEN - Grief, Dance To Death / INGVAR LOCO NORDIN 


- DEAR LILY, LOVE PATRICK 

A very moving mini-documentary on a San Francisco Disco pioneer. A luminous bond forged on a 1960s college campus between two friends whose lives will soon radically diverge, while their friendship remains impervious to time and distance. Patrick heads to San Francisco, where the thriving queer community welcomes him, and where his prodigious and visionary musical talent will take him to the brink of stardom. Lily follows a more seemingly conventional path of marriage and children.

Dear Lily, Love Patrick is a poignant look at the power of true connection, a young life ended by tragedy at the onset of the AIDS epidemic, and a love that still endures.

Directed by Jennifer Bartels 

(USA)


- MADBEN Grief Dance To Death 

An amazingly visual music video directed by Nobrain (France)


- INGVAR LOCO NORDIN 

A fascinating documentary feature about an eccentric experimental audio artist.

What is music? What is poetry? A Swedish artist explores the hinterlands of sound-art and words, and translates into various poetic expression the many sensations and impulses that come to him. Like his friend of many years, Karlheinz Stockhausen, he is a charismatic person with works of passion not always readily appreciated by the conventionalized crowd. An interesting eye- and ear-opening journey into the world of sound and words, expertly commentated by the artist himself together with vivid observations about life and art.

Directed by Petri Storlopare 

(Sweden)




PANDEMusIC 

A collection of short subjects touching on the mid- & post-pandemic crisis and its effect on musicians and the industry 

Gary Kemp IN SOLO / THE SILENT STAGE / CALL ME BACK: The Uncommon Wisdom of Yvette Slosch / MUSIC AND MENTAL HEALTH


- GARY KEMP IN SOLO  

An intimate portrait documentary of Spandau Ballet's Gary Kemp which explores an artist's journey towards making a solo album.

Directed by Charlie Lightening 

(UK)


- THE SILENT STAGE 

A look at how the pandemic impacted musicians The music scene, which is always the first to shut down during earthquakes, mining disasters, terrorist attacks at home and abroad, came to a halt with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Though perceived as only “entertainment”, music is an indispensable element of art and one of the essential things that bring people together. The music industry, which can be gathered under headings such as musicians, production companies, managing companies and concert venues, employs millions of people from waiters to security personnel, helpers to sound operators, backstage managers to the technical team, cooks to cleaners, secretaries to assistants in companies.The shutdown process that started before the pandemic entered an even more serious phase. During this time, many musicians have had to get by selling their instruments, some committing suicide. The musicians, who could not even pay their rent, had to leave the house they lived in, move to other cities, or return to their families abandoning their established way of life. The stories of the musicians, who could not receive short-time work allowance or unemployment pay, and other workers in the music industry are now featured in the documentary, The Silent Stage.

Directed by Ugur Evin 

(Turkey)


- CALL ME BACK: The Uncommon Wisdom of Yvette Slosch 

A fictional comedy on how a jazz musician can survive lockdown Infamous New York City talent agent, Yvette Slosch (Linda Lavin), is determined to make a star out of her newest client, jazz violinist, Aaron Weinstein (himself). She refuses to let Aaron's lack of name recognition, jazz's dwindling fan base, or the 2020 global pandemic get in her way. As the pandemic rages, Yvette's schemes to keep Aaron's career afloat become increasingly convoluted, testing her abilities as an agent and her friendship with Aaron.

Directed by Aaron Weinstein 

(USA)


- MUSIC AND MENTAL HEALTH 

A music and psychology exploration. Besides being a musical hotspot, Austin Texas is a city that recognizes mental health as an important issue and one that can be combated by spreading awareness.

There has been a lot of talk about the effects of COVID-19 on people, including music artists and local business owners, and this film project happened to kick off as it gripped the world. The aim is to stomp out the stigma surrounding mental illness and making mental health a household concept that is no longer frowned upon. In this documentary independent artists share their talents and voices in more than one way, facilitating healing by sharing different aspects of their lives, through storytelling, which we hope will be appreciated by the community and their beloved fans.

Filmmaker Tina Rix is a Nigerian American psychotherapist and a woman of the common everyday people and advocates for the marginalized, tormented, oppressed, and forgotten people. She is comfortable rolling up her sleeves and jumping right into any environment and learning from the cultures surrounding her. She believes in integrating the arts, mental health, systemic thinking, and social justice into all aspects of life.

Directed by Tina Rix 

(USA)




MUSIC SHORT FILM COLLECTION

Exciting and varied music-related melting pot of short subjects incl. fiction, musicals, music videos


- MENSVRETERS - BOEFLEWE MADE ME DO IT - crazy SA cannibal rappers’ horror short film (South Africa / UK)

- CUCKOO! (Koekoek!) - comedy fiction about a man in a cuckoo clock (Netherlands)

- ODYN V KANOE - I Have No Home - cinematic fantasy music video (Ukraine)

- ONE HIT WONDER - a former pop star takes a taxi into the Twilight Zone (USA)

- ISOBEL - Take Me Away - a moving dark-alt-folk music video (South Africa)

- ON AIR - thriller short film set in a radio station (Netherlands)

- SOPHIA BROMBERG - Lately - The Voice finalist's new music video (USA)

- EAT THE RAINBOW - flamboyant, explosive musical (USA)

- TERMINATRYX - Virus 3rd Wave - industrial-rock remix music video (South Africa)

- SPRING PAN Let's Go! - far-out animation trip (Japan)

- I MUSTACHE YOU - quirky New York musical short (USA)

- VILE A SIN - Carnival Of Souls - Heavy Metal music video (USA)





Here you will soon be able to view trailers for all movies screening at Sound On Screen 2022Join us at: www.youtube.com/FlamedropProductionsFull


Full Festival Trailer:



Gary Kemp IN SOLO Trailer :



THE HISTORY OF METAL AND HORROR Trailer :



THE MAESTRO Trailer :



THE SILENT STAGE Trailer :



ONCE A PUNK... / DIMA PUNK... Trailer :



1247 Trailer :



MENSVRETERS' "Boef Lewe Made Me Do It" Trailer :



INGVAR LOCO NORDIN Trailer :



More to be added!

Here you will find details on some exciting musical instrument-related prizes from Paul Bothner Music.

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