TUESDAY 19 - 22H30
Director : Simone Audissou
New-Zealand /2004 /37mins /color /DVD /documentary

Editing : Arnaud Caire, Sound mixing : Mathieu Fossay
Wellington is the political and cultural capital of New Zealand. Over the past five or six years, a strong concentration of politically-orientated musicians has developed. At the heart of this microcosm, the most famous New Zealand modern jazz pianist, Jonathon Crayford, becomes interested in other forms of music from around the world. According to Jonathon, music allows one to transcend political and social problems, and brings people together.