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L’ARTERIOSCLEROSI DEL NONNO

Claudio Pazienza
A visual score shot in image by image format with a single Super 8 reel, the film is an evocation of the arteriosclerosis of the author’s grandfather, the decay of a loved one....

INTERFÉRENCES ET VARIATIONS

Marie José Burki
For this video, I had quite a simple idea: to confront seeing and listening, audio and video, image and voice. First I wrote two fragments. In the final edit, one of them opens the video and the other one closes it. Then I collected fragments of texts, notes and quotations, between which I established a dialogue...

LANDSCAPE MAN

Messieurs Delmotte
This work is part of the series UNDO / REDO...
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THE CARS

Messieurs Delmotte
Sitting on the hood of a car, Messieurs Delmotte goes in circles around the parking lot. This work is part of the series Flying Chickens...

FILMISCHE SNELSCHETSEN

Filip Francis
With his camera Francis sketches rough portraits of his friends, of flowers, of exhibitions, pieces of fabric and other objects. From a riding car he records glimpses of the city life....

VALERIO ADAMI, HOTEL CHELSEA BATHROOM

Jef Cornelis
Cornelis created this documentary about the Italian painter Valerio Adam for television, for the series 'Openbaar Kunstbezit' ('Public Heritage')...
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A.M./P.M.

Herman Asselberghs
There is no visible human presence in ’a.m./p.m’. Photos of cosmopolitan city landscapes are systematically scanned along with display views of office blocks, flats, dark corners, illuminated windows and skyscrapers. On the soundtrack one can hear a woman’s voice, talking about herself and the world, about images of today, about a journey...
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PERSON'NA

Jen Debauche
An intense, chilling tale on lust and eating rituals, filmed by Jen Debauche with a Super 8. She alternates vivid colours with B/W images and she makes use of stop-motion technique to create a frenetic, uncanny atmosphere, combined with a sound design which is just as eerie...
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RUE FRANCIS

François Vogel
From the balcony of an apartment at the Parisian rue Francis a camera embodies the fixed centre of a visual journey: an immobile eye which, due to variable focus, is mobile at the same time. The result is a whirlwind of perspectives, edited in a way that is not apparently subject to rhyme or reason...