Never Stop – Une musique qui résiste
English | Subtitles in French
Cinematography: Emmanuel Trousse, Frédéric Vitadier
Distribution: La Huit Distribution
Editing: Dora Soltani, Stéphane Jourdain
Producer: Stéphane Jourdain
Sound: Nicolas Waschkowski
Production: La Huit Production
Categories :FIFA Grand Panorama
This documentary by Jacqueline Caux tells a paradoxical story: how the force of a creative movement—Detroit techno—allowed a counter-culture to resonate throughout the world and contribute to the city’s rebirth. Such techno pioneers as Juan Atkins, Carl Craig, Jeff Mills and Derrick May talk about their approach and the transformations within the music industry. Given the many obstacles in their lives, the only way out for these musicians from all areas of the city was to develop a unique form of creativity, and a freedom to explore new avenues in tune with the new urban realities.
Writer-director Jacqueline Caux has helped organize several contemporary music festivals. She has also made award-winning experimental and musical short films, research programs for France Culture, and intimate theatrical pieces presented at festivals and museums. She has also published books of interviews with atypical artists from the latter half of the 20th century.
Filmography | Contes de Symphonie Déchirée (2010) ; Les couleurs du prisme, la mécanique du temps (2009) ; The Cycles of The Mental Machine (2006) ; Who says I have to dance in a theater?(2006) ; À L?origine de la Performance (2006) ; Presque rien avec Luc Ferrari (2005) ; Out of Boundaries (2004) ; Attempting (2004) ; Passages 2 (2004) ; Désert Solitaire (2002).