How to move a live audience?
HOW TO MOVE A LIVE AUDIENCE?
- Music documentary about The Real Group
HOW TO LEAD ONE SELF IN A COMPLEX WORLD?
We are living in a time when the climate issue is changing our living conditions and democracy is being shaken at its core. Independent science, freedom of expression and universal human rights are challenged by influential world leaders with ignorance, prejudice and hatred as a result. At the same time, new technology means that traditional jobs are lost and the middle class needs to recreate itself several times during its lifetime. If loyalty to the nation was the great leap 150 years ago, paving the way for the welfare state in the Nordic countries, we are now facing the next leap, thinking at a global level for future generations. On a personal level, it requires system thinking, mental stability and responsiveness, as well as the ability to lead oneself and together with others move a live audience to get your message across. Singing a cappella is an exercise in this.
"When I work with groups, strong trust is built between the participants, but it often stops there. The Real Group documentary made me think about how to help the participants reach out and create trust throughout the organisation. That is the big challenge."
Peter Myhrström, Chief Learning Officer, CLS Nordic.
For six months, documentary filmmaker Carl Eneroth followed The Real Group, a Swedish a cappella group touring the world. Together they explored the place in themselves and in the group which on some level moves their audience. It became a story behind the scenes about how the Real Group builds each other to find their inner voice when singing. See the music documentary that follows The Real Group from the studio on South in Stockholm to the summer house and then on tour in Sweden and Japan, interspersed with live recordings of their most beloved songs.
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INSIGHTS FROM A DOCUMENTARY FILM MAKER
Listen to Carl Eneroth from Sthlm Social Innovation Lab tell us about his work on the documentary and ways to lead himself in a complex world with the Real Group as a role model. After the screening follows an exploratory conversation with the audience on how to find their inner voice where Presence based on curiosity, compassion and courage may act counteract prejudice, hatred and fear.
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17.00 - Doors open
17.30 - Presentation
17.35 - Screening of music documentary (40 minutes)
18.10 - Conversation on how to move a live audience
18.30 - Conclusion
19.00 - Doors close
ABOUT THE FILM
Genre: Music documentary
Interview, camera, editing: Carl Eneroth
Duration: 40 minutes
Country: Sweden, Japan
Language: Swedish, English
Starring: Anders Edenroth, Emma Nilsdotter, Lisa Östergren, Morten Vinther, Janis Strazdins, Linnéa Carell-Brunnberg amongst others
For a free ticket, please follow the link: "Get ticket". For questions, please contact carl [dot] eneroth [at] ssilab [dot] se.
A warm welcome!
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