Sound & Vision
International Festival for Music Films
Thursday 10th – Sunday 13th October 2019
Alte Gerberei, St. Johann in Tirol
The very first Sound & Vision – International Festival for Music Films takes place this autumn in the beautiful Tyrolean alpine town of St. Johann.
With 9 films in just 4 days, top quality catering from “Kiwi Küche”, live music and a venue with sofas, chairs and candlelit coffee tables evoking a cosy atmosphere, this weekend is fully covered for any music and film fans.
The excellent surround sound system and the 4K digital cinema projector coupled with a 30 m2 screen in the “Alte Gerberei” all add to the high quality of the first Sound & Vision music film festival.
Here is the schedule for you:
|Thursday 10th Oct.||8 pm||Bohemian Rhapsody|
|Friday 11th October||4.30 – 8.30 pm||KIWI Catering|
|5.30 pm||The Last Waltz|
|8.30 pm||This is Spinal Tap|
|Saturday 12th Oct.||4 – 10 pm||KIWI Catering
|5.30 pm||Beware of Mr. Baker|
|8 pm||Shut up and Play the Piano|
|10 pm||The Rocky Horror Picture Show|
|Sunday 13th October||12 – 5 pm||KIWI Catering
|12 – 2 pm||FREE Concert with Platform 2|
|2 pm||Nick Cave: 20.000 Days on Earth|
|8 pm||Sigur Rós: Heima|
All films are shown in English with German subtitles (except The Rocky Horror Picture Show = English subtitles).
Food & Drinks:
On Friday, Saturday and Sunday Kiwi Catering will make sure that you are not getting hungry – keep your kitchen closed on film day, have dinner before or after the film.
Yes! – To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Woodstock we are putting on our very own mini FREE concert! – Peace & Love at Sound & Vision 😊
Platform 2 will play live for us on Sunday from midday; they play blues, rock, ballads and more blues. Check out their own website and their YouTube Channel here.
The entry fee for one film is 9 EUR as usual;
there are also ticket packages and festival passes available:
€ 9,– per ticket
€ 16,– 2 films on the same evening
€ 21,– 3 films on the same evening
€ 54,– Festival pass: 9 tickets, transferable, for one person per film;
valid only at Sound & Vision 2019