SlottsbiografenTuesday, 23 October 15:00
SlottsbiografenWednesday, 24 October 13:00
SlottsbiografenSaturday, 27 October 17:00
INTERIORS & EXTERIORS
A one-take observational piece about the microcosm of Islamic practices and class segregation in Bangladesh’s capital city Dhaka. Multiplicity within a Muslim community and the passage of people through one single frame documents this society’s interiors and exteriors.
BRICKS DON’T MOVE IN THE WIND
Annabelle’s life is quite perfect. Annabelle just never had a boyfriend. Annabelle thinks she deserves to have someone she could do romantic things with. But Bryce picking her up with his vintage Volkswagen was probably the most romantic moment in Annabelle’s life. Annabelle met Bryce on Instagram.
AN EXCAVATION OF US
The shadows of Napoleon’s army fall upon a boat travelling through the mysterious cave named after the legend of Marie Jeanne, a female soldier who fought in the Haitian revolution. It is this battle inside her cave that will become the most successful slave revolution in history.
Two young girls travel through time to assassinate a barangay dictator in order to revise history.
The Momentum series deals, on one hand, with spaces refracted by textures, and on the other with the projection of them, their temporality and afterimages which can be seen within a frame of 30 frames per second by switching between two states of spatial folding.
ARR. FOR A SCENE
Two Foley artists produce sounds for one of the most famous scenes in film history. The film examines the way sounds are constructed for use in the cinema and what happens when the structures of a film are dismantled into parts.
One day in Japan, a young man found out that the place he had thought of as his home country has rejected him. The film is a mix between an artist’s process of making a new work of art and a story of a young man who inspires the work. It is also a story about Thailand, Japan, and the space in-between.