Revolution of Sound. Tangerine Dream


Revolution of Sound. Tangerine Dream
reż|dir Margarete Kreuzer | DE | 2017 | 90 min
prod|pro Gerd Haag, Bianca Froese-Acquaye zdj|ph Jaron Henrie-McCrea, Henning Brümmer, Klaus Sturmmuz|mus mon|ed Volker Gehrke, Lukas Schmid ob|cast Edgar Froese, Peter Baumann, Christoph Franke, Johannes Schmoelling dys|dis TAG/TRAUM Filmproduktion


Edgar Froese, bandleader of Tangerine Dream, went on a lifelong search for the ultimate sound. The constant search leads him and his band members to worldwide success down to the Hollywood studios of Los Angeles. In January 2015 Froese died, leaving behind a heritage of 48 years of music history. The movie uncovers previously unpublished footage, shot by the bandleader himself. The unique story of Tangerine Dream is reconstructed through several interviews with Froese’s wife Bianca Froese-Acquaye, band members, close friends and befriended artists. „Revolution of Sound. Tangerine Dream” is a homage to the great musician Edgar Froese and the era of electronic music.

Margarete Kreuzer (1964) Born in Enniger, Germany, Kreuzer studied German, journalism and psychology in Berlin and dramaturgy at the Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf. She has made numerous television documentaries and reports as a director and screenwriter. „Revolution of Sound. Tangerine Dream” is her first feature-length documentary.

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