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Danish Artists' Film / Video

Danish Artists' Film / Video

Air (VW Golf III) (2016)

Kåre Leander Ringling Frang, 3 min

Denmark

Alien Tourist (2016)

Maria von Hausswolff, 18 min

Denmark | Trailer

The Place I Will Have Left (2016)

Lena Ditte Nissen, 15 min

Germany, Venezuela, Denmark | Trailer

Flora (2016)

Jeppe Lange, 3 min

Denmark

YAOI (2016)

Lotte Nielen, 13 min

Denmark

Arrábida - There is Only One Earth (2017)

Tinne Zenner, 15 min

Portugal, Denmark

Danish Artists' Film / Video

Screenings

Date Time Location

Sun. 19/03

21:30

Cinemateket
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Fri. 24/03

18:00

Cinemateket

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Air (VW Golf III)

Without a sound and in slow-motion, a car seems to be dancing itself to death in front of us. Again and again it hits the ground of a garbage dump from a fatal and invisible destination off-screen, while it slowly but surely auto-destroys in a spectacular and unsettling, compulsory gesture. The shortest film at this year's festival is open to many readings, with an ecological memento mori as the most obvious one to suggest itself.

World Premiere
Director:
Kåre Leander Ringling Frang
Country:
Denmark
Year:
2016
Running time:
3 min
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Producer: Kåre Leander Ringling Frang
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Alien Tourist

'Alien Tourist' is taking place during the night in the wilderness in the Northern part of Jutland. The scenes are revealed with moving light where the nature takes on the appearance of a sublime romantic landscape painting. Moving through fields, forests and sand dunes, the landscapes seams to blur together, to become one disoriented place where space and time is loosened and where suddenly human bodies appear in frozen positions, like sculptures.

World Premiere
Director:
Maria von Hausswolff
Country:
Denmark
Year:
2016
Running time:
18 min
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Producer: Julie Friis Walenciak
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The Place I Will Have Left

The film was shot around Rio Catatumbo in Venezuela, where most lightnings in the world strike down. It examines the dialectics of black and white, human and non-human, light and dark, safe and unsafe, loud and silent, known and unknown, self and other in a meditative and somewhat minimal audio-visual excess. (Lena Ditte Nissen)

European Premiere
Director:
Lena Ditte Nissen
Country:
Germany, Venezuela, Denmark
Year:
2016
Running time:
15 min
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Producer: Lena Ditte Nissen
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Flora

This film knows nothing about the world. It looks at structures in the photographic material and treats the tactile surface instead of its representations of reality. The high frequency of images - eight per second - challenges our capacity to recognize patterns, our brains begin to blend the images together. The flowery bouquets of fireworks blends in with the curvy lines of leaves, the forest looks as if painted, and the impressionist method of mixing all the colours of the rainbow mirrors itself in the neon hues of exploding firework. 'Flora' compares the digital archives of the internet with the memory of the viewer, and favours association over analysis, pictorial qualities over contextual meaning. (Jeppe Lange)

World Premiere
Director:
Jeppe Lange
Country:
Denmark
Year:
2016
Running time:
3 min
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Producer: Jeppe Lange
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YAOI

'Yaoi' is a film created by Lotte Nielsen, with a group of 16 to 21-year-old teenagers from LGBT Youth who are growing up on the outskirts of Copenhagen. In response to the isolation of their village, and lack of spaces where they can gather, they find an abandoned cinema – Stenløse BIO, which they use as a getaway. The space achieves a new meaning, or a function other than originally intended. The film examines their sexuality and identity, with the cinema's decay as a framework, where the teenagers love and hopeful innocence stands in big contrast to the decay of the building. Structurally, the film wobbles between staged footage and observational footage, as an insight into teenagers experiences and emotions.

World Premiere
Director:
Lotte Nielen
Country:
Denmark
Year:
2016
Running time:
13 min
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Producer: Oscar Holm
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Arrábida - There is Only One Earth

A 16mm film centred on the production of landscape and concrete in the Arrábida Natural Park, Portugal. Covering a vast area of coast, caves, mountains and forest, the park is inhabited by a massive concrete factory that branches through the landscape via chutes and shuttle systems over and under ground to transport the porous material from the quarries to the factory, then to the shipping harbour. There is a constant movement of material through the park. Documenting the various layers of the sourced material, the factory body and the constructed landscape, the film looks at how time is physically embedded in the matter and how the molecular particles act in a circular re-shaping of the whole.

World Premiere
Director:
Tinne Zenner
Country:
Portugal, Denmark
Year:
2017
Running time:
15 min
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Producer: Tinne Zenner
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