Director: Torben Skjodt Jensen
The strolling flaneur was the forerunner of 20th century travellers and their obsession with taking photographs. A whirl-wind trip through sensory superimpositions of all the world's most famous tourist icons.
A surreal, impressively sadistic slice of fetishism with oblique reference to Francis Bacon, the painter, and Bunuel's Un Chien Andalou. In a camp, claustrophobic abattoir a porcine man performs a gr… More »
The small town of Bulle provides a backdrop to this poignant postcard from contemporary Switzerland. The silent gaze of Turkish immigrants in limbo, fires lit in protest at the Swiss nuclear ind… More »
Damsel Jam is a fast paced interplay of memory and fantasy where a modern adult woman meets her 12 year old self. The main character is an Alice In Wonderland lookalike, and one of her many discoveri… More »
A camera scoots around empty rooms, careering in and out of windows, threatening to end its trajectory by stepping out into the void, by looking too far. The rooms shift from colour to black & w… More »
A filmic loop is created in this repetition of narrative and classic female imagery. Lin parallels the stereotypical routines women endure through both Eastern and Western perspectives. The… More »