Home > Zoom Rights > Zoom Sound > A Story of Sahel Sounds We Don’t Care About Music Anyway My Buddha is Punk Listen with Pain – 20 Years of Einstürzende Neubauten A Story of Sahel Sounds 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2016 (82’) GERMANY Director: neopan kollektiv Shot on three continents, this film provides an inside look at Christopher Kirkley’s project “Sahel Sounds” - a blog, record label and platform to explore arts and music of the Sahel region through non-traditional ethnographic fieldwork. FESTIVALS Counterflows, Scotland Hot Docs, Canada IndieLisboa, Portugal iREP Lagos, Nigeria Dokumentarfilmwoche Hamburg, Germany HOF IFF, Germany – Special Mention, Documentary Award Granit Original languages: English, French, Tamashek Cinematographer: neopan kollektiv Editor: neopan kollektiv Sound Design: neopan kollektiv Producer: Peter Rommel / Home Run Pictures Contact: E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.neopankollektiv.de neopan kollektiv was founded as an interdisciplinary collective by Florian Klaeger, Lisa Sperling, Tobias Adam and Markus Milcke in the summer of 2014. Projects are made in different constellations and without given roles. Everything is equal, flexible and open. The movie “Tell me Mnemosyne” by Lisa Sperling premiered in the section “Perspektive deutsches Kino” at the 65th Berlinale and won the “Carte Blanche” Young-Talents-Award at the Duisburger Filmwoche in 2015. “A story of Sahel Sounds” is their second film project.