Skip to main content

Larm/Noise

Denmark, 1995 (MIFF 1996, Animation)

Director: Trine Vester

More than sixty years after the passing of silent films there are theorists who continue to question the relevance of sound to an essentially visual experience.

Trine Vester s application of ambient sounds to manipulated video images restates the ways m which sound can heighten perceptions of abstracted images and representations of perspective in motion. (RP)

See also...

Voices

The disregarded atmosphere track is brought to the fore in this thought provoking abstract video from Danish film maker Trine Vester. Voices is composed of eight short experiments in sound ... More »

The Drop of Water

In a magnified drop of water, the world can be reflected. But it is not the everyday world... ... More »

Small Treasures

At once heartfelt and humorous, Sarah Watts sparkling painterly animation is a portrait of that 'hormone hell' of pregnancy and childbirth. Writ­ten with an engaging and refreshing candour the ... More »

The Stupid Piano

A "fair dinkum yarn from the nineteen twenties imaginatively brought to life in the style of period lino cuts and featuring an original Aussie composition for piano. (RP) ... More »

Penguins Off the Page

A high school biology class assumes another dimension when penguins colonise the teachers desk. The clay modelled penguins correct in detail and proportion emphasise an emerging role for animators ... More »

As a Fact of Matter

Someone has sixty seconds to get to the point on a wet and rapidly changing stage. Mixed media and model animation provides a dynamic and gooey explosion of color. Don't blink. (RS) ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director