See The Classic Silent Film “Metropolis” This Saturday With Live Techno/Funk Soundtrack At B/ IAS

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More art is happening at Burien’s Interim Art Space, and this Saturday, Aug. 1st is no exception – the classic Fritz Lang silent film “Metropolis” will be shown, with a “modern reinterpretation” of the soundtrack by Ludington GT.

Music and BBQ starts at 6pm and the movie at 10pm, and Viewers are asked to BYOC – Bring Your Own Chair(s).

Here are the details:

WHAT: Screening of Fritz Lang’s silent classic “Metropolis” with modern-day “techno funk” live soundtrack courtesy Ludington GT

WHEN: Saturday, Aug. 1st; Music starts at 6pm, movie at 10pm

WHERE: Burien Interim Art Space, located at 5th Ave SW and SW 150th (just north of the new Town Square)

COST: It’s FREE, but BRING YOUR OWN CHAIR(S) (and we presume, food to BBQ/eat)!


“Join us for a fun night with a new look to the Classic Silent Film Metropolis via Ludington GT Techno Funk Soundtrack! Come join us! and don’t forget your chair!”

If you’ve never seen this 1927(!) silent sci-fi classic, here’s a synopsis from IMDB:

It is the future, and humans are divided into two groups: the thinkers, who make plans (but don’t know how anything works), and the workers, who achieve goals (but don’t have the vision). Completely separate, neither group is complete, but together they make a whole. One man from the “thinkers” dares visit the underground where the workers toil, and is astonished by what he sees…

…and here are some clips (just keep in mind that Saturday’s soundtrack will be different):

Here’s a taste of Ludington GT’s music:

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