Camera: Gerard Ortín Castellví
Editors: Maddi Barber, Mirari Echávarri, Gerard Ortín Castellví
Sound: Oriol Campi Solé
Co-producer: Vivianne Jorritsma, Oriol Campi Solé
Consulting Producer: Sabine Groenewegen
Machines are checking and sorting nature in an industrial greenhouse. Cameras enable the robots to do their work. Human hands only intervene to straighten anything that is crooked, plant delicate items or clean the mechanics to ensure things continue to run smoothly. Products must be up to standard so that they are market-ready for the consumer. Only at night, when everything is asleep, does unexpected life move in and take control.
CAUGHT IN THE RAIN
Production: Cobra Films, Daniel De Valck
Cinématography: Mieriën Coppens
Sound: Elie Maissin
Edit: Mathijs Poppe & Mieriën Coppens
Etalonnage: Lennert De Taeye
Edit Sound: Guillaume De bergeyck
Mix: François Dumont
With: Doulo Kandé, Bili Diarra, Mamadou Diallo Taslim
Three men are working on a construction site. The work has been interrupted by five months of imprisonment. The rain suddenly falls like the silence that precedes an eviction.
THE TOMB OF KAFKA (Le Tombeau de Kafka)
“You do not need to leave your room. Remain sitting at your table and listen. Do not even listen, simply wait. Do not even wait, be quiet still and solitary. The world will freely offer itself to you to be unmasked, it has no choice, it will roll in ecstasy at your feet”. F. Kafka.
POLYCEPHALY IN D
Sound Designer: Michael Robinson
Cast: James Andrew
Music: Evening Botany
Polycephaly in D is a densely collaged exploration of the existential drift, collective trauma, and psychological free-fall of the contemporary moment. Leaping, falling, and meeting your new self in an earthquake; we lose one head so as to grow another.
Cinematography: Gabriel Roman
Editing: Marine de Contes
Sound: Etienne Haan, Jean Navarra
Sound Editing: Raphaël Mouterde
Mix: Xavier Thibault
Music: Etienne Haan
Produced by l'atelier documentaire
An Island, a poem, a dream.
Disappearance and reappearance of a whistled language, the Silbo.
Silabario recounts the history and transmission of this miraculous patrimony from the island of La Gomera.