"Man With A Movie Camera" is a movie made by Dziga Vertov back in 1929. Its a silent film that supposedly document a day in the Soviet Union. The cool thing is that many of the tricks and techniques that the film maker is using in this movie does not stand much back from what you can see in low budget films today.
In 1996 Tromsø International Film Festivalcommissioned Geir Jenssen, aka Biosphere, and Per Martinsen, aka Mental Overdrive, to write a new score for the movie. Jenssen composed half of the soundtrack then turning the other half to Martinsen, they used the director's written instructions for the original accompanying piano player as guidance. It was used for the Norwegian version of the film, "Mannen med filmkameraet", at the 1996 TIFF. This edit of the film supposedly contains only the parts written by Biosphere.
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