Puget Soundtrack: Corespondents Presents House

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Puget Soundtrack: Corespondents Presents House
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Northwest Film Forum says
Rare 35mm Screening
Live Score

For the third year, we celebrate the holiday with a Puget Soundtrack. This year, Corespondents tackle House, the original psychedelic Japanese horror movie from 1977, memorable for its human-eating piano and terrifying floating cat head.

“Corespondents is an instrumental Seattle band that makes guitar- based musical stylings that incorporate non-western instrumentation such as the Vietnamese dan-bao and the Greek bouzouki - while still appealing to metal heads, noisers, guitar-wankers, audiophiles, tech-heads, swingers and the blues."

Puget Soundtrack is a series of live score commissions presented by Northwest Film Forum. The Film Forum invites musicians and bands to choose a film for which they would like to create and perform a live score. This gives musicians the artistic freedom to approach not only the performance with creative autonomy, but also to select films that inspire them musically.
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By: Northwest Film Forum

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