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  • INTERLUDE

    2005 | 2 min. 30 sec. | 16mm | black & white | mono-optisch | no dialogue

    Director, Camera, Chemical Treatments, Editing: Joost van Veen
    Music: Chris Cole / MANYFINGERS

    De inspiratie voor deze korte film was de muziektrack ‘Interlude’ door de Britse band Manyfingers, een project van Chris Cole, die Joost van Veen in 2003 in Dresden tegen het lijf liep. De film laat een groep ‘Neerkijkers’ (vissen) zien die door chemische lagen zeer contrastrijk zwart-witfilm zwemmen.

    This short film was inspired by the track ‘Interlude’ by the British band Manyfingers, a Chris Cole project. Joost van Veen met him in 2003 while passing through Dresden. The film shows a group of ‘Down Watchers’ (fish) swimming through chemical layers of high-contrast black and white film stock.

    Winner TV5 TIGER CUB AWARD International Film Festival Rotterdam 2005.

    DISTRIBUTION:
    De Filmbank
    Lightcone
    ARCHEfilm
    WORM.filmwerkplaats

    (not complete) SCREENING HISTORY:
    “Kino-Kl√ļbburinn, B√≠√≥ Parad√≠s” Reykjavik (Iceland)2011
    “Images festival” Toronto (CA) 2011
    “Dutch Punch” Copenhagen (DK) 2011
    “Videoex” Zurich (CH) 2010
    Cinema “De Balie” Amsterdam (NL) 2009
    “Amsterdam Shorts Festival” (NL) 2008
    “Kort & Krachtig” Ljubljana (Slovenia) 2008
    “Filmbank TV” (NL) 2008
    “La Enana Marron” Madrid (Spain) 2008
    Exhibition “NederClip” Den Bosch (NL) 2007
    “Rotterdam, Die Durft…” Ketelhuis Amsterdam (NL) 2006
    “Less = More” WORM Rotterdam (NL) 2006
    “Mediacity” Windsor (Canada) 2006
    “European Media Art Festival” Osnabr√ľck (Germany) 2006
    “Centre Pompidou” Paris (France) 2006
    “De Unie” Rotterdam (NL) 2006
    “Courtisane Festival” Ghent (Belgium) 2005
    “Norwegian Short Film Festival” (Norway) 2005
    “Dutch Open International Film- and Video Festival” Amsterdam (NL) 2005
    “VideoEx Festival” Zurich (CH) 2005
    Premiere “International Film Festival Rotterdam” (NL) 2005