Music and cinema put people in love with their art in motion.

Imagine the scene. You are young like all others. You have your favorite bands and films, your dreams and plans about what you want to do be life. One day is like this, normal; the next day you are hearing the band Sonic Youth, talking to Kim Gordon, Thurston Moore and Lee Ranaldo, experiencing the backstage of the show in your city. This is the idea of the Moonshine Project, created by Michael Albright, which gave rise to the film Sonic Youth: Sleeping Nights Awake. Like these youths from Reno, music seems to be made of great dreamers; at times it is a representation of history – intense, messy, passionate – of these human beings. Like the loners in Adam Clitheroe´s documentary One Man In The Band appear not to need anyone other than themselves to create the sound they believe in; they are determined and persistent. (D.A)