‘A STRANGE HOUR IN BUDAPEST’ – ZURICH CINEMA SCREENING
We are now ready to announce the first in a series of live screening events for ‘A STRANGE HOUR IN BUDAPEST‘, to be held across several cities in Europe. This accompanies Recoil’s Blu-ray release of the full concert film, directed by Attila Herkó.
Plans are still being finalised for exactly what will happen in each city, but we can tell you that as well as full cinema-style presentations of the film with surround sound, Alan will be attending each venue to host a Q&A session about the ‘Selected Events’ tour and film project. There may well be extra documentaries screened, possible guest artists and special signed items for sale – plus other goodies – all followed by an Afterparty with DJs.
As with the deluxe edition of the Blu-ray, we expect tickets for these events to get snapped up fast as venue capacities only allow limited numbers. Entry prices will be kept very reasonable as a “thank you” to everyone who has invested in the Blu-ray disc. We have been knocked out with the response so far and will endeavour to keep stocks coming as demand requires.
So come and enjoy ‘A Strange Hour In Budapest’ in all its cinematic glory during September & October!
The first confirmed screening will be held in Zurich, Switzerland on 21st September at Moods. Founded 20 years ago, in recent years Moods has developed into one of the city’s largest and most important cultural venues. Within the Schiffbau, the club is located in an ideal spot right in the midst of Zurich’s pulsing 5th District. It boasts a global reputation amongst musicians and critics alike, not least due to its stylish bar where musicians and fans chat and debate well into the night. Alan will be conducting a Q&A session with the assistance of his old chum Reto Bühler, the famed narrator from Recoil’s ‘Black Box’ album opener for ‘Liquid’.
Full details below :
City : Zurich
Venue : Moods im Schiffbau
Address : Schiffbaustrasse 6, 8005 Zürich
Tel : +41 (0)44 276 80 00
Afterparty : depechemode.ch
Tickets : CHF 25
Pre-orders are being accepted right now for ‘A STRANGE HOUR IN BUDAPEST’ via the Recoil Official Store. This is a full HD production, with DTS-HD 5.1 surround sound and stereo soundtrack mixed by Alan Wilder & Paul Kendall.
The ‘Red edition’ arrives in a classic black case with twin-option reversible cover art. It includes a 170gm 16-page booklet packed with information and photo manipulations by Ákos Szénási, and the disc also features extra promotional films and live projections. All on-line orders will be dispatched (no sooner than July 21st) with an exclusive code to receive downloadable extras such as a PDF art booklet with extra spreads, a soundtrack sampler, Recoil ‘live’ photographs and project wallpapers.
For full details about the release, formats, technical info, downloads, concert stills and more, please visit : www.bluray.recoil.co.uk
Recoil 8GB USB stick
USB contents :
1) Full 84 minute stereo soundtrack – choice of 24bit wav, 16bit Apple Lossless, FLAC or 320 kbps mp3
2) 3 x ‘A Strange Hour 2′ reconstructions – stereo audio - choice of 24bit wav, 16bit Apple Lossless, FLAC or 320 kbps mp3
3) Extended trailer for ‘A Strange Hour In Budapest’ – approx 5 minutes : 1080p HD mp4
4) 30 page Blu-ray Art booklet including additional spreads - PDF format
5) 101 x high res Recoil live photographs and film stills
6) Project wallpapers for smartphone, iPad and computer screen
Recoil T-Shirt (milk design)
An exclusive design limited edition shirt released to accompany the concert film ‘A Strange Hour In Budapest’.
‘A STRANGE HOUR IN BUDAPEST’
A STRANGE HOUR IN BUDAPEST
Running time : 84 minutes
Running time : 21 minutes
WANT (Renegade of Noise 808 remix)
PREY (Shotgun mix)
ALLELUJAH (subHuman album version)
Directed by : Dmitry Semenov
Running time : 16 minutes
Directed by : Steve Fabian, Igor Dvorský and Dmitry Semenov
(free with store purchase of Blu-ray)
Audio : DTS-HD MA 5.1 surround : LPCM Stereo 2.0
Extra material : 1080p HD 16:9 : LPCM Stereo 2.0
(Note: This is a zone-free all region disc which will play in any Blu-ray player)
2012 UMATIK ENTERTAINMENT & SHUNT PRODUCTION
The Shunt staff