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The Double: On a dark night, in a small Danish town, Thomas Andersen has a violent encounter with his double.
The story of two young men who lived in Viborg, a small town in Denmark, both with the same name – Thomas Andersen. They had never met until one night in October, thirteen years ago, when one Thomas Andersen ended up trying to run over the other one in his car. One Thomas ended up in a coma, with no memory of the night. In this documentary he returns to Viborg to shed light on the darkness of the past – and to find Thomas Andersen again.
A screening with a difference - Radio Atlas brings you incredible subtitled audio from around the world. A chance to hear inventive documentaries, dramas and works of sound art that have been made in languages you don’t necessarily speak.
As a companion to this screening of the brilliant Radio Atlas version of words without pictures, we will also be screening some experimental silent shorts—pictures without words!
This screening is part of the Leeds Scalarama festival and is being curated by Rosie Parsons.
Screening Length: 90 minutes
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking is very limited at the Centre but there are plenty of options and good public transport links. See our website for more details.
And how much does it cost?
This is a Pay-what-you-can event. We like to make as many as our events at Chapel FM truly affordable so we ask you to decide what you can afford to contribute £2, £5, £8... We won't take any money upfront but you can reserve yourself a ticket through eventbrite and then make your contribution on the door on the night. All moneys raised goes straight to supporting the artists and supporting our work at Chapel FM.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
You can always give Chapel FM a call on 0113 22 55 944
Think quality audio in Danish and simple animated titles in English...