Resonating Surfaces is triple portrait, of a city, a woman and an attitude to life. The personal story of Rolnik, a Brazilian psychoanalyst currently living in Sao Paulo, involves the Brazilian dictatorship of the sixties as well as the Parisian intellectual climate surrounding Deleuze and Guattari in the seventies. The film encloses different themes: the other and the relation to otherness, the connection between body and power, the voice and – ultimately - the micro politics of desire and of resistance.
|Year of production||2005|
|Editing||Manon de Boer|
|Music||George van dam|
|Released||Nov 2, 05|
|Running time film||39'|
|Release format||16mm / Beta Digit|
|Sound format||Stereo / Dolby SR|
2010: Frac Lorraine Metz (FRA) / Recyclart, Vitrine 17 (BE) / Nova & Cifa (CHN)
Disorient by Florence Aigner and Laurent Van Lancker received the Main Prize at VIDEOEX, the International Experimental Film & Video Festival in Zürich (21 – 29 May). Because We Are Visual by another helmers' duo, Olivia Rochette and Gerard-Jan Claes, was given an Honourable Mention by the Jury.
The International Jury, consisting of Maria Palacios Cruz (BE), Seppo Renvall (FIN) en Georges Salameh (GR) decided to share the Main Prize between two ‘brave’ films which ‘experiment with storytelling and with the absence of images. Both films share a sense of internal rhythm and pacing, as well as a strong correspondence between the chosen formal strategies and the subject matter that is being dealt with.’ Because We Are Visual also received praise from the jury for its ‘fragile beauty, ‘highly complex editing’ and ‘the two young filmmakers’ ambition.’
Last edited on 24 November 2011