November 8, Friday, 6 p.m.
Pawła Włodkowica Street 9, Wroclaw
A meeting with the very best film soundtracks of the last year, played from vinyl records!
During a meeting “All the States of Music” at the 10th American Film Festival Tytus will present the most beautiful soundtracks from movies which debuted within the last 12 months.
The audiences will be able to fly to the moon (First Man, music by Justin Hurwitz), travel to usually-inaccessible Wakanda (Black Panther, music by Ludwig Göransson) or experience the dark side of a midsummer celebration (Midsommar, music by Bobby Krlic). You will be able to visit New York (If Beale Street Could Talk, music by Nicholas Britell), San Francisco (The Last Black Man in San Francisco, music by Emile Mosseri) or embrace soundscapes of a horrifying past (Chernobyl, music by Hildur Guðnadóttir). In addition, music from masterpieces such as Us (directed by Jordan Peele, music by Michael Abels), Free Solo and A Quiet Place (composed by Marco Beltrami) and many others will also be presented.
After the meeting Tytus invites to a talk about cinema and film music and will answer any questions. There will be also an opportunity to examine the biggest treasures of his collection.
Tytus Hołdys is the creator of the WinyloKINO project. He has had a long-lasting love affair with American cinema and film music. He is also a fan of non-fiction, documentary photography and the paintings of Marek Rothko. He is the owner of the largest private collection of vinyl records with film music in Poland. He is the companion of a dog named Elvis.