Road Rash Reviews

Kings Of The Wind and Electric Queens

ASIA HOUSE LOGOShowing on 29th March at Rich Mix in London, Asia House Film Festival is proud to present three films, Small Yellow Field/Tau Seru, Autonomous and Kings of the Wind and Electric Queens.

Prepare yourself for an eclectic and varied evening exploring three very different cultures, as we are taken on a rollercoaster ride of life seen from completely separate angles.

Small Yellow Field / Tau Seru (Rodd Rathjen, Australia / India, 2013) 8 mins

Tau SeruUK Premiere

Director, writer, producer: Rodd Rathjen
Cinematographer: Michael Latham
Cast: Tashi Wangail

In the vastness of the Himalayas, a young nomad’s curiosity lies beyond the horizon.

Autonomous (Per Eriksson and Alexander Rynéus, Sweden, 2014) 14 mins

autonomousDirected by: Per Eriksson and Alexander Rynéus
Producer: Malla Grapengiesser

Technological advances are blurring the boundaries between what is real and unreal. This film takes a look into a future that is already here, holding a mirror up to a reality in which humans are replaced by robots, and the real world is perfectly simulated in digital form.


Kings of the Wind & Electric Queens (Cédric Dupire and Gaspard Kuentz, India / France, 2014) 56 mins

UK Premiere

Director: Cédric Dupire / Gaspard Kuentz
Cinematography: Cédric Dupire
Editor: Charlotte Tourrè

Kings of the WindRoll up! Roll up! The Sonepur Mela (Fair), in Bihar state, East India, is about to begin. Held every year on the sacred full moon day of Kartika Purnima, it is the largest animal market in Asia, where cattle, elephants, birds, horses and camels have been traded for centuries. It is also the site of a massive carnival, featuring spectacular displays of horsemanship, daredevil motorcycle stunts, voluptuous dancers and pounding music a sensual world where the atmosphere is electric.

Cédric Dupire and Gaspard Kuentz (directors of We Don’t Care About Music Anyway, a film about the Japanese ‘noise music’ scene) take the viewer on the ride of a lifetime, an overwhelming sensory trip led by the symbolic faces of the fair: the Rider, the Exorcist, the Dancer, the Stuntman and the Mahout elephant tamer.

Tickets for these three films: Adults £10.50 Asia House Friends £8.50 Concessions £8

Tickets for these three films should be purchased from Rix Mix directly here.

Full details of all the Asia House Film Festival films being screened at Rich Mix can be found here.

Rich Mix is situated at 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA. It is in the heart of Shoreditch and on the doorstep of Shoreditch High Street station. For details on how to get to Rich Mix click here.

These films are being screened as part of the Asia House Film Festival 2015. To read about all the films click here.

To find out more about the Asia House Film Festival 2015 click here.

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