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Philip Dadson: Sonics from Scratch Film (Full Length) – 2015 Documentary Arts/Culture

Philip Dadson: Sonics from Scratch

Film (Full Length) – 2015 Documentary Arts/Culture

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Kiwi avant-garde artist and musician Phil Dadson is the subject of 80-minute documentary Sonics from Scratch.  Dadson has conjured sounds and experimental films from all manner of objects and locales. The documentary charts his love affair with sound, including performances with From Scratch, who created percussive music from PVC pipes. Among those appearing are some of the group's rotating ensemble of members, including Don McGlashan and cinematographer Leon Narbey. Sonics from Scratch screened at the 2015 New Zealand International Film Festival.

Key Cast & Crew

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Simon Ogston

Co-Director, Editor, Producer, Cinematographer

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Orlando Stewart

Co-Director, Producer

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Phil Dadson

Subject

A wonderful example of how to make a filmic portrait, Philip Dadson: Sonics from Scratch is a beautiful, intriguing, and endearing watch.
– Ellena Zellhuber, reviewing the film on website One Room with a View, 3 September 2015