Director: Joel Pizzini
A portrait of place: trains, artificial light, time and memory give form to forces that drift amidst the darkness of the daily journey.
"Brothers, let us be merry, bravely defy your troubles." So advises the slave's song in Mozart's Zaide while two men sit and stare, grimly determined to fulfil cinema's scopophilic potential. ... More »
When the real world is too hard edged and your heels hurt, even a paper-thin fantasy can offer refuge. ... More »
Informed by Mozart's ""Eine kleine Nachtmusik"", there is a charged passion embedded in the material surface of this film, creating a "physical cinema". ... 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 »
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 »