EN - The film shows two filmmakers who attempt to portray each other: a mutual gaze to narrow down the gap that divides two people. But love and its portrayal, even when it is mutual, is never equal. As the viewer follows the two women through landscapes and old buildings, a letter is being read to us which describes the experience of creating the images we see.

Info

Title On Difference As Such
Original title On Difference As Such
Original language English/Dutch
Status Completed
Production Majority Flemish
Category Shorts , Experimental
Genre documentary, experimental
Year 2014
World première / first public presentation 2014-11-30

Credits

Cast Christina Stuhlberger, Chloë Delanghe
Photography Christina Stuhlberger, Chloë Delanghe
Editing Christina Stuhlberger
Sound Christina Stuhlberger
Music Matt Krefting,Yoshido Machida

Technical specs

Running time film 12'
Release format DCP
Other available formats video file, Blu-ray
Aspect ratio 16:9
Sound format Mono
Colour Colour
Available in 2D

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Awards

2014: VAF Wildcard for Experimental Film (BE)

Five Flemish selections for Visions du Réel

On April 17, Twilight of a Life by Sylvain Biegeleisen is to open the International Documentary Film Festival Visions du Réel in Nyon, Switzerland. The festival programme also includes Battles, The Rabbit and the Teasel and the short film On Difference As Such. A fifth documentary from Flanders, The Colour of the Chameleon, has been selected for the Pitching du Réel co-production platform. Visions du Réel runs from 17-25 April.

Twilight of a LifeTwilight of a Life is an upbeat portrait of a 94-year-old woman confronting the restrictions of her age, and the relationship she has with her son and the film’s director. Although doctors once gave her just weeks to live, she lived another two years. For her son, this became an opportunity to create a film about life, full of humour and emotion.

Published on Thursday 9 April 2015

Flanders Audiovisual Fund hands out grants to six young filmmakers

The Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF) has announced this year’s Wildcard winners: six promising young filmmakers who will each receive a grant of between €25,000 and €60,000 to develop their first professional film. Raphaël Crombez and Miwako Van Weyenberg were winners in the fiction section, with Ruben Desiere and Kwinten Gernay each receiving a documentary Wildcard. The animation grant went to Laura Vandewynckel, with Christina Stuhlberger getting the Wildcard in the filmlab section.

KosmosSince it was introduced in 2005, the Fund’s competition has established itself as Belgium’s prime awards programme when it comes to launching new talent. Six grants are handed out: three worth €60,000 go to one animation project and two fiction shorts; the two documentary winners each get €40,000; and the Wildcard in the filmlab section comes with a prize of €25,000.

Published on Thursday 4 December 2014

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Short info

Director Christina Stuhlberger, Chloë Delanghe
Producers School of Arts | KASK
Writers Christina Stuhlberger
Contact

KASK
Jozef Kluyskensstraat 2
9000 Ghent
Belgium
christina.stuhlberger@gmail.com

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Christina Stuhlberger
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28, Rue Brichaut
1000 Brussels
Belgium

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