Director: Lotje van Lieshout
When the real world is too hard edged and your heels hurt, even a paper-thin fantasy can offer refuge.
Like some sample to take back life from disaster. ... More »
Water's spray is captured in the flash of hi-speed digital freeze-frames. Like a good mantra, such a chant of form eventually reveals itself as something else entirely. ... More »
Pan and scan into, around and through moments in time and place. Tehran Trace is a speculative work that rewards the potenitally transcendent art of looking. ... More »
A portrait of place: trains, artificial light, time and memory give form to forces that drift amidst the darkness of the daily journey. ... More »
An anarchic mix of juvenile delinquency, comic genius and erratic humour. Winner of the Audience Award and Special Jury Distinction at Annecy Film Festival 2005. ... More »
Before long, the unknown families' outings and coffee klatches, documented in the original home movies for themselves and thier children, will no longer be recognisable. In the same way as the ... More »