Venice Concert 1989

by Wayne Isham, Egbert Van Hees
UK, 1989, 90', color
Thursday 10 September 2020
21:30 Isola degli Autori Public, free entrance
Reservation required on starting from August 31st
The documentary will be anticipated by the screening of the Laguna Sud 2020 winner

Renée de Jong
Hetty Krapels
Marcel Oosterwijk
José van der Mark

executive producers
Steve O'Rourke
Riccardo Mario Corato

world sales
Pink Floyd Records, Legacy Recordings

Pink Floyd's Venice Concert was the second-to-last performance by the English band on their second European tour in 1989, the famous A Momentary Lapse of Reason Tour. It has come down as one of the most remarkable, and controversial, rock concerts ever held in Italy. This was a free concert held on a floating stage on the occasion of Venice's Festival of the Redeemer on July 15th, 1989. Roughly 200,000 spectators gathered on the banks of the Grand Canal by St. Mark's, or watched the show from boats, and the event broadcast by Rai television reached an estimated 100 million viewers.



Egbert Van Hees
1992 The Yellow Shark [doc]

Wayne Isham
1998 12 Bucks

After directing several films for television, Egbert Van Hees co-directed the video of Madonna's single Into the Groove in 1985. Two years later, he handled the directing of the Italian leg of Madonna's Who's That Girl World Tour. In 1988 he directed the video of Lovesexi Live by Prince, while 1992 saw him direct The Yellow Shark, the video recording of one of Frank Zappa's concerts featuring the Ensemble Modern Orchestra.

With hundreds of music videos to his credit, for soloists and bands such as Rod Stewart, Bon Jovi, Ozzy Osbourne, Bryan Adams, Billy Joel, Mötley Cre, Fleetwood Mac, Pink Floyd, the Rolling Stones, Metallica, Dave Matthews Band, Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, among many others, Wayne Isham directed his first and only feature film, 12 Bucks, in 1998.

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