Simultaneously boundless and intimate, collective and personal, an ode to and an example of a cinematic experience that is becoming increasingly rare: the darkness of a movie theatre in the course of the projection of a 35mm film print.
| 5 minutes | 2015
Framed by poet Robert Lax’s sculptural texts, Skin of the cit-y wanders through mills and factories surrendering to the elements, deteriorating in solidarity with the isolated Maritime cities.
| 7 minutes | 2016
“An ode to my daily environment, and the presence of two beings – one newly arrived, the other recently departed. Images cycle and combine into dream-like passages that reveal the infinite potential of sight within the finitude of everyday objects.”
| 4 minutes | 2015
Faced with a sky lit by the setting sun, wind moves relentlessly. Static shot but unstable picture: different layers overlap and focus never stops moving while the indefinable soundtrack varies, hardly changes.
| 9 minutes | 2015
“This is somebody, nobody, anyone. This is us in the course of time. Persistently, in vain. The self is the need for permanent self-assertion.” – Girardet & Müller
| 15 minutes | 2016
This short has an immense biodiversity in fauna and flora. Voiceover and text are taken from historical accounts of the Argentine landscape, to comment on how the dissemination of knowledge in film has changed throughout history.
ARGENTINA, United Kingdom
| 10 minutes | 2016
Poulpe is an experimental, poetic and psychedelic movie about the passage between life and death.
| 17 minutes | 2016
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