Miranda Pennell’s short documentary Strange Object, which premiered recently at Berlinale Shorts, is deliberately constructed that way so the viewer has to walk the same route of exploration as the filmmaker did previously
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We meet our titular protagonist while he’s sitting in a transparent square space, picking up the courage to step out of it and explore the unknown world that lays in front of his eyes.
The play with different styles and formats of footage shot by the newcomer Emiliano Villanueva are coded in a clever, not too obvious manner, while Asuad’s award-winning editing is a thing to marvel.
Bob Quinn’s work ‘Atlantean’ is the starting point of Bárbara Wagner’s and Benjamin de Burca’s eighth joined short film ‘One Hundred Steps’ and is also referenced directly in it at one point
The family of the filmmaker Ana Elena Tejera lived in close relations to the dictatorship in Panama in the 80s, which was mirrored in the house of her grandparents.
Regarding the beautifully composed and masterfully edited archival footage, the stand-out is a prolonged silent movie from the iconic Mille Miglia car race.
A snapshot photo of the stained glass window from Edgar Jorge Baralt’s childhood home in Caracas elicits memories in his short documentary video essay Window (Ventana) that has just premiered at Berlinale Shorts competition.
Berlinale Shorts Competition Everybody probably remembers their first encounter with death, no matter if the deceased was a close relative, a friend or an unknown person. Different defence mechanisms, usually coded by one’s age, were being set in motion at the time of such event. Zonder Meer, a short by Meltse Van Coillie, is a […]
Wallace Stevens’ poem Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird is being read integrally, in English, at the beginning of Ana Vaz’ newest experimental film-essay of the same title