Piano Works The Film
To accompany his 2004 album Piano Works, Craig Armstrong travelled to Paris cinema Studio Éclair, home to the New Wave of French film and a place where artistic history was made. Gradually, Armstrong enters into a reverie of his own creation as he plays original compositions and piano arrangements of much-loved tracks such as Weather Storm and Satine’s Theme.
Armstrong’s influences; the sea, the city streets, natural images and the rooftops of Paris are woven into the hour-long performance. Piano Works: The Film was directed by David Barnard and edited by Phil Richardson. The sound producer was Geoff Foster, director of photography Brett Turnbull and producer Jacqui Edenbrow.
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