How To Destroy Time Machines

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje

Film programmes: Wednesday, 22. September, 2021, at 20,00

This one is a film for your ears. It focuses on Jeph Jerman, an Arizona-based experimental musician, on his passion for sounds and his unique perception of the world. Jeph doesn’t want to get into time machines, where most people are stuck, worrying about the future or dwelling on the past. Limited by such restrictions, we rarely enjoy the current moment. This is a story about being here and now. It is not only a movie about an extraordinary composer but also a parable for life.

Director: Jacek Piotr Bławut
Script: Jacek Piotr Bławut
Photography: Adam Palenta
Editing: Aleksandra Gowin, Katarzyna Spioch
Sound: Radoslaw Ochnio
Music: Jeph Jerman
Production: Studio Filmowe Rabarbar
Co-production: NInA, Chimney Pot

Festivals and awards:
Docudays UA International Human Rights Film Festival, Ukarine (2018) / DOK Leipzig, Germany (2017) / Krakow Film Festival, Poland (2017)

– Samotność Dźwięku/ The Loneliness of Sound (2012)
– Jezioro/ The Lake (2011)

Important Note: The screening will be in the open air under the roof of the museum’s porches.


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