Streetwise Opera's Fables: A Film Opera - trailer





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Uploaded on Dec 14, 2010

Streetwise Opera's Fables - A Film Opera is a set of four short film operas created by composers and filmmakers working with 144 performers who have experienced homelessness and a small professional cast.

Composers Mira Calix, Orlando Gough, Emily Hall and Paul Sartin/Andy Mellon worked with filmmakers Flat-e, Gaelle Denis, Iain Finlay and Tom Marshall and each chose a different fable - the traditional (The Boy Who Cried Wolf), the literary (Oscar Wilde's Nightingale and the Rose), the local legend (The Hartlepool Monkey) and the contemporary (Shinichi Hoshi's Hey Come on Out).

Read more about Fables at http://www.streetwiseopera.org/fables....

Find out about performances Streetwise Opera has coming up at http://streetwiseopera.org/whats-on.

Streetwise Opera is an award-winning charity that uses music to help people who have experienced homelessness make positive changes in their lives. We do this through music programmes in homeless centres and arts venues across England, and by staging critically-acclaimed opera productions starring our performers.

Visit our website: http://streetwiseopera.org
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