Radiomentale – Ciné-Concert

Type: Event
Location: India
City: New Delhi
Date: Wed, 2013/06/26 – 7:00pm
Price: Free
Category: Concert
Duration: 76′

Alliance Francaise de Delhi in collaboration with Warehouse Cafe





Rework of “The General”,

directed by Clyde Bruckman and Buster Keaton.

26 June 2013 at 7pm

1st Floor, Inner Circle, D Block, Connaught Place

No passes required

Free entry, open to all



RadioMentale is an electronic music, sound artists & DJ duo founded byJean-Yves Leloup & Eric Pajot. They started their career in 1992, with their own radio show, playing experimental music, concrete music, ambient & electronic.

Since 2000, they are known as the pioneers of « cinemix », an audiovisual performing practice which is quite popular in France. As Djs and sound artists, they create new soundtracks for silent and classic experimental films (by Griffith, Murnau, Keaton, Vertov, and dada/surrealist artists), but also for modern talking movies, such Antonioni’s Blow Up, Gus Van Sant’s Gerry, Brian De Palma’s Dressed To Kill or David Cronenberg’s Videodrome.

A RadioMentale performance or sound piece is usually a collage drawing on an eclectic range of audio sources, including sound experiments, movie soundtracks, ambient music, experimental & electronic music, natural sounds, fragment of interviews and human voice.

The film to be screened on the 26th June for this cine-concert is “The General” (USA, 1927, 76′) film by Buster Keaton.


This film is an imaginative masterpiece of dead-pan “Stone-Face” Buster Keaton comedy, generally regarded as one of the greatest of all silent comedies (and Keaton’s own favorite) – and undoubtedly the best train film ever made.