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“Idiot Prayer” – Nick Cave’s New Concert Film Screening Across the Country.

Due till this date, taking into account the rules and measures to fight the coronavirus, the projections will be held … information about the changes can be found on the cinema’s website. Until then … from November 5, at the same time as the world premiere, Nick Cave’s new concert film “Idiot Prayer” will hit pictures across the country, in which the Australian songwriter-singer will perform his songs solo, accompanied by a piano.

The intimate, two-hour concert film features songs from different eras, both rarely heard songs and popular hits, s alone new songs he performed at his livestream show. Sceening in English language with Hungarian subtitles. From the earliest Bad Seeds and Grinderman records to the latest Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds album, Ghosteen. up to the record material, including Into My Arms, The Mercy Seat, Higgs Boson Blues or Girl In Amber.

The film was in June 2020, originally recorded as a concert film that could only be watched online once during quarantine, and can now be seen on a big screen in an expanded cinema version worldwide, along with four brand new songs, now heard for the first time. The unique atmosphere of “Idiot Prayer”, which is more personal than any Nick Cave concert film to date, reflects months of quarantine with isolation and uncertainty on the one hand, and hopeful anticipation on the other.

The “Idiot Prayer” – Nick Cave Alone @ Alexandra Palace London – concert film will be distributed by Pannonia Entertainment LTd. within 30 cinemas nationwide from November 5, including the entire Cinema City network, Corvin, Toldi and Pólus Cinemas in Budapest and the Urania National Film Theater, limited screenings or only one evening at a time.

The performance was filmed by multiple award-winning cinematographer Robbie Ryan (My Favorite, Marriage Story) in the ornate auditorium of iconic Alexandra Palace in London. The film’s music recording director was renowned producer and sound engineer Dom Monks, who had previously worked with Peter Gabriel, Robert Plant, Katie Melua, Tom Jones and Coldplay.

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The 8th Diplomatic Fair @ Budapest – 2018


Makeshift memorials and tributes to victims of the deadly attack at an Ariana Grande concert.
The One Love Manchester tribute concert kicks off tonight at 6 p.m. at the Old Trafford cricket grounds in Manchester.
The Ariana Grande’s all-star benefit concert is set to be huge in aid of the victims of the Manchester bombing

Some of the biggest names in music will assemble alongside the US pop star to help raise funds for the 22 victims and relatives of those who died in the Manchester Arena attack.

The concept of the concert is to benefit, raise money for victims of and families affected by the recent Manchester terror attack. Peformers as Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, Take That, Usher, Pharrell Williams and One Direction star Niall Horan will lead the line-up at Lancashire Cricket Club’s Old Trafford ground in the city. Surprise acts and guests are also expected, possibly including an Oasis reunion. The benefit concert and raise money for victims of and families affected by the recent Manchester terror attack.

The whole concert will be broadcast live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, alongside radio coverage on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 5 live, BBC World Service and BBC Radio Manchester and BBC Radio Manchester and streamed live online by MTV, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Apple, Viacom, iHeart Media, ANC and TMC France.

If you are going to miss out on the concert in person, you can watch BBC One’s live coverage between 6.55 p.m. and 1.a.m. You can also watch the concert online, via Ariana Grande’s official YouTube live stream.

Entrance to #OneLoveManchester is by genuine tickets only. Wristbands like this are being sold outside but not allow you only to enter with it, tickets must be purchased as well.

If you are going to miss out on the concert in person, you can watch BBC One’s live coverage between 6.55 p.m. and 1.a.m. and also via Ariana Grande’s official YouTube live stream.  The One Love Manchester concert will be broadcast live on BBC One on Sunday from 6.55 p.m. to 10 p.m. and will be available to watch on demand via BBC iPlayer.

It will also be on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Radio Manchester and streamed live online by MTV, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Apple, Viacom, iHeart Media, ANC and TMC France.

As details emerged of last night’s atrocity in London, which left six people dead, Grande tweeted: “Praying for London.”

Stand by Manchester –  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9yak899MUs

 

Update Aggie Reiter