TINCON: Der Sound(track) zum Film FUTUR DREI No Hard Feelings (Talk)

TINCON: Der Sound(track) zum Film FUTUR DREI No Hard Feelings (Talk)

Wie hört sich ein queerer Coming-of-Age Film an, den der Spiegel “eine postmigrantische Pop-Utopie” nennt? Der Debütfilm FUTUR DREI premierte dieses Jahr auf der Berlinale und heimste diverse Preise und höchstes Lob von queeren Fanzines bis Feuilletons ein. Der Film kombiniert jeweils die besten Aspekte von Sozialdrama, Teenage-Rom-Com und Musikvideo. Aber wie repräsentiert sich das im Sound(track) von FUTUR DREI? Ein Gespräch mit dem Komponisten und Music Supervisor des Films, Jakob Hüffell über Sailor Moon, EDM und dem von Rauschen von VHS-Kassetten.

Die Kooperation zwischen der TINCON und der c/o pop Convention wird gefördert von der Stadt Köln und der KölnBusiness Wirtschaftsförderungs-GmbH.


Speaker*innen


Jakob Hüffell

Jakob Hüffell

Jakob Hüffell studied Cultural Studies at the University of Hildesheim, focusing on electronic dance music, synthetic sound production and the (de-)colonializing design of music interfaces. He developed interactive music systems for theater plays and the sound installation Oscybernetics. After his studies he worked for the film Futur Drei as sound engineer, composer and music supervisor. Today he works as a music supervisor in Berlin. Under the name 2nd*life he creates electronic dance music and is co-organizer of the party series blazed.

Gin Bali

Gin Bali

Gin Bali is a guitarist, music educator, promoter, DJ and producer. She was born and grew up in Bonn, Germany, and ended up in Wuppertal via London, Hamburg and Berlin. Here she studied classical guitar as her main subject and singing as a minor. Besides her artistic work, her political and social activism is marked by intersectional feminism and anti-racism. She is co-founder and chairperson of the YAYA network. She is a loud voice for people in the diaspora and stands up for them.