Skip to main content

Passage Briare

Austria, 2009 (MIFF 2010, Experimental)

Director: Friedl vom Gröller

A brief silent encounter between a man and a woman on the Passage Briare in Paris becomes a respite from the fear of getting old.

D/P/S Friedl vom Gröller WS SixPackFilm L no dialogue TD 16mm/2009

See also...

Hen Night

A silent view of six women and their interaction with the camera, showing how the camera's presence always creates an inauthentic moment. ... More »

Wedding

The cinematic gaze meets the eye of the private sphere head on, in complete silence and black and white. ... More »

The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over The Lazy Dog

Three minutes and 3664 subliminal frames of other films cut out and stuck together by the filmmaker during his days as a projectionist. ... More »

Palmes d'Or

Photos taken at Cannes are transformed into a collection of blurred silhouettes, grey streaks and iconoclasm where perfection usually reigns. ... More »

Cosmodrome

Cosmodrome has serial composition, connecting its images across broad concepts of flight, light and the simple act of looking upwards. The first principle of this film is its blueness, captured in ... More »

Moving Picture

An image of a gently contoured alley way in a typical European streetscape is presented in numerous ways. Photographed at night during the day across the seasons and occasionally using time lapse the ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director