The Bandwagon #15

Chante Akerman

The fifteenth episode of The Bandwagon, Sabzian’s irregular series of film-related mixes, by editorial member of Sabzian Tillo Huygelen and photographer and film historian Hilde D’haeyere. This episode is dedicated to singing and the natural voice in Chantal Akerman’s films.


  1. Saute ma ville (1968)
  2. J’ai faim, j’ai froid (1984)
  3. ‘Les amants d’un jour’ (Marguerite Monnot, 1956) performed by Aurore Clément – Les rendez-vous d’Anna (1978)
  4. Introduction Golden Eighties (1986)
  5. ‘Cette nuit’ performed by Delphine Seyrig – Golden Eighties (1986)
  6. Histoires d’Amérique: Food, Family and Philosophy (1989)
  7. ‘The Man I love’ (Georges Gershwin, 1924) performed by Sophie Tucker – Un jour Pina a demandé (1983)
  8. ‘Fiordiligi Dorabella Duet’ from ‘Così fan tutte’ (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1790) performed by Sylvie Testud and Sophie Assante – La captive (2000)

  9. ‘Sway’ (Dean Martin, 1954), karaoke performance & ‘Ave Verum Corpus’ (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1791) performed by Aurora Marion – La folie Almayer (2011)
  10. ‘Lili a couché avec Robert’ – Golden Eighties (1986)
  11. Demain on déménage (2004)
  12. End generic Demain on déménage (2004) performed by Sylvie Testud – Demain on déménage (2004)
  13. End generic Je tu il elle (1974)
  14. Chantal Akerman in Elle a passé tant d'heures sous les sunlights… (1985)
  15. ‘Plus rien ne compte’ (Marc Hérouet & Chantal Akerman) performed by Chantal Akerman – Les années 80 (1983)
The Bandwagon is an irregular series of film-related mixes, hosted by Sabzian. These shows are brought together under the name “The Bandwagon,” after Vincente Minnelli’s 1953 eponymous masterpiece. The idea is to share journeys through film excerpts, dialogues, scores and songs, each instalment a filmic encounter with sounds, thoughts and worlds.