The film freezes in time the terrible tragedy of an execution that took place in Italy in the summer of 1944, to the detriment of innocent peasants. An articulated long shot in which everything is still and everything changes.
As boys grown… is a divertissement about sex education in the middle of ‘50. All found footage is used in creative commons or public domain.
“I have focused my works on the reuse of archival material in such a way that we can creatively and critically reinterpret past history especially with regard to marginality and its representation in ‘audiovisual.
“As boys grow…” fit into a strand on the decolonization of the patriarchal gaze” (Valentina Savi)
‘The music that you play’ is a song by Austrian band Yellow Mellow, the music video is created by animation artist Nikolaus Jantsch using a technique called “direct animation”, or “drawn on film”. The footage was produced by painting, drawing and scratching directly on 16mm film. With the help of nowadays software, this century old technique supports the character of the engaging music with a fresh approach, turning great sound into a rousing visual imagery.
“You say, you have no feelings for this world outside your room. You say the only healing is that the music is going on.”
This first two lines of the song beautifully describe the feelings of many: seeing music as a sanctuary from the uncomfortable, daily life.
After a series of massive destruction the inhabitable territories left are protected by huge walls of separation. In between this walls, there is on one side a population of destitute survivors and on the other, elites with the aim of transforming the popular rage into a workforce.
„Holladio hods gsogt“ is a music video project in which women* have their say and take a stand on everyday sexism, misogyny and sexual harassment. The intention is to create awareness for the topics of catcalling and sexual harassment in public space.