The Rink (USA, 1916, 24
Easy Street (USA, 1917, 24')
The Immigrant (USA, 1917, 25')
All films digital restored version 2K
"Charlie Chaplin Festival" présents 3 short films starring ... Chaplin.
"The Rink" :After amusements working in a restaurant, Charlie uses his lunch break to go roller skating. His eigth film and one of the most famous, best known for showcasing Chaplin's roller skating skills.
"Easy Street" : In a slum called "Easy Street", the police are failing to maintain law and order and so the Little Tramp character (Chaplin), steps forward (rather to rid the street of bullies, help the poor, save women from madmen.The Little Tramp is sleeping rough outside a mission near the streets of a lawless slum. He is reformed somewhat at a Mission where there is singing and religious education. His religious awakening inspired by a beautiful young woman who pleads for him to stay at the Mission.
"The Immigrant" :American silent comedy short film.Charlie Chaplin Tramp character is an immigrant coming to the US who is accused of theft on the voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, and falls in love with a beautiful young woman along the way
These three among Chaplin's most beautiful and funniest short films are accompanied by musical score of Radiomentale (Jean Yves Leloup,dj).
He mixes music by Pascal Comelade, Tipper, Aphex Twin, Jean-Philippe Goude or Ennio Morricone, to match the crazy visual inventions of the films, between ectro, pop, trip-hop and film soundtrack
1 DJ, travel from Paris.