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VOYAGE EN DIPHONIE / BEST INTERNATIONAL LONG FORMAT FILM / NIFFFI INDE NOVEMBER 2021

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Jean-Francois Castell

Favorites  · 1ht672f4g1S8074c6o2re7h8  · 👉 3ème récompense pour 🎥 VOYAGE EN DIPHONIE – 🎬 BEST INTERNATIONAL LONG FORMAT FILM 🎞Nifffi– INDE 🎞 Nila International Folklore Film Festival of India (NIFFFI) Novembre 2021 «Voyage en Diphonie»Version Française et Internationale : 52 & 70 minutes Une co-production LES FILMS DU ROCHERA ProPos ProductionsChez A ProposHors-Champs Contre-ChampsRoutes Nomades / Нүүдэлчин Зам Холбоо, L’OREILLE DU CHAT, avec la participation de 8 Mont-Blanc et LMtv Sarthe, avec le soutien de la Sacem © 2017@vec Johanni Curtet et Nomiko Sh, Académie Charles Cros, @Annie Serres, productrice de A ProPos Productions, sans oublier Véronique Puybaret productrice de Maîtres de chant diphonique, premier opus autour du chant diphonique et des travaux Johanni CurtetMaîtres de chant diphonique (52’)© La Curieuse / LES FILMS DU ROCHER/ TVR La chaîne / avec le soutien de Fonds pour la création musicale (FCM) © 20102013 – Prix vague émeraude du Festival 7e art et science, Noirmoutier 2012 – Prix Coup de pouce du Festival du film de chercheur, Nancy2011 – Prix Bartók au 30e Festival Jean Rouch, Bilan du film ethnographique 2011 – Meilleur documentaire au Festival Aux quatre coins du monde 2010 – Sélection “Coup de coeur” au Festival Écrans de l’aventurehttps://voyageendiphonie.wixsite.com/documentaireVoyage en Diphonie – Journey In Diphonia- Хөөмийгөөр Аялахуй

2021 – Best international long format film – NIFFFI, INDE 2021

2019 – « Coup de cœur » , Meilleur Documentaire Musical Musique du Monde, Académie Charles Cros

2018 – Présélectionné au Prix SACEM du Meilleur Documentaire MusicalVoyage en Diphonie – Journey in Diphonia – Хөөмийгээр аялахуй

SELECTION – NIFFFI 2021 VOYAGE EN DIPHONIE

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Voyage en Diphonie – En anglais, visible librement pour quelques jours – COMPETITION SELECTION – NIFFFI 2021 – https://youtu.be/0jMG42zu2NY

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O5ctotbterS ao0l3t0 fat 2:25f5u8o Pr5M  · Journey into Khoomii (Voyage en Diphonie) by J.F. Castell is an amazing film that chronicles the unique tour to the most beautiful world music stages in France and Switzerland by Johanni Curtet and his wife Nomindari along with 12 Khöömii performers and musicians from different provinces of Mongolia who enliven and advance the art of Khöömii today.

This Khoomii or throat singing is a particular variant of overtone singing practiced by people in Mongolia, Inner Mongolia, Tuva and Siberia. These Khöömii representatives, who were of different gender and age groups and diverse backgrounds, voluntarily participated in conducting research and scientific investigations on this unique traditional method of throat singing at reputed laboratories and research centers like C.N.R.S., Gipsa-lab and C.H.U. of Grenoble. The documentary traces their visit from the inside, the intertwined stories: the foundations of an ethno-musicological, ethical and fair approach; the mystery of khöömii, its deep relation to nature and its transmission; the restitution of the anthology in Mongolia during the summer of 2017 to the khöömii performers and to the families of deceased musicians present on the recordings; and the personal adventure of Johanni and Nomindari with the incredible individuals.

The Mongolian Traditional Art of Khöömii (throat singing) has been inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, and the research of Johanni Curtet and his spouse, Nomindari Shagdarsüren, as well as the recordings published by their association, Routes Nomades, have contributed to its nomination dossier. Following this, Johanni and Nomindari have spent six years preparing a double-disc,

An Anthology of Mongolian Khöömii, to become a key work of reference on Khöömii. Directed by Jean- François CastellEditing by Andrew ColwellEnglish Translation by Nomindari Shagdarsuren and Johanni Curtethttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jMG42zu2NY…www.nifffi.comBrought to you byVayali Folklore Group (Founder Partner)Roots Video (OTT Partner)ASTI (Design Partner)Sahapedia (Outreach Partner)IGNCA (Event Partner)Centre for Intangible Heritage Studies, SSUS, Kalady (Academic Partner)Films Division of India (Event Partner)

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Journey into Khöömii | NIFFFI 2021

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Journey into Khöömii | NIFFFI 2021

193 viewsOct 27, 202160ShareSaveNIFFFI 2021 310 subscribers Since 2010, the Mongolian Traditional Art of Khöömii (throat singing) has been inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, and the research of Johanni Curtet and his spouse, Nomindari Shagdarsüren, as well as the recordings published by their association, Routes Nomades, have contributed to its nomination dossier.

Following this, Johanni and Nomindari have spent six years preparing a double-disc, An Anthology of Mongolian Khöömii, to become a key work of reference on khöömii. In 2016, in conjunction with the release of the anthology, they organised a unique tour with 12 khöömii performers and musicians. Male and female masters, young and old, with diverse backgrounds and from different provinces of Mongolia spent two months together on the most beautiful world music stages in France and Switzerland.

Based on the voluntary participation of these khöömii representatives, Johanni used their exclusive presence to conduct research with C.N.R.S., Gipsa-lab and C.H.U. of Grenoble. Journey In Diphonia traces these intertwined stories: the foundations of an ethnomusicological, ethical and fair approach; the history of the tour from the inside; the scientific investigations; the mystery of khöömii, its deep relation to nature and its transmission; the restitution of the anthology in Mongolia during the summer of 2017 to the khöömii performers and to the families of deceased musicians present on the recordings; and the personal adventure of Johanni and Nomindari with the incredible individuals who enliven and advance the art of khöömii today.

This film by JF Castell is dedicated to Papizan Badar, a Tuvan khöömii master from Mongolia, who journeyed for the first time to perform in the West, achieving one of his life dreams.