“Special Mention Art Direction Short Film”, 2019 Great Lakes International Film Festival, international competition, Erie USA
“Special Mention Cinematography Short Film", 2019 Great Lakes International Film Festival, international competition, Erie USA
“Special Mention Production Short Film”, 2019 Great Lakes International Film Festival, international competition, Erie, USA
What does an animal see when she looks back at us? Three animals and a woman are in a closed situation in which they have to deal with each other. The camera emphasizes this idea of the animal gaze by ﬁlming them intently. As the voiceover narration suggests, the ﬁlm is premised on the idea that animals observe and judge us. Based on complex thoughts about our relationship with the animal kingdom, the ﬁlm tackles this huge subject from an oblique angle.
Cinemascoop 2.35, 10"37 minutes, 2019
Dialogue: English and French spoken version (Eng. subt.)
In one long shot this adaptation of "La Mamma Fricchettona", a monologue by Nobel Prize winner Dario Fo, shows Viviane De Muynck in a humorous elucidation of a woman's odyssey from doting motherhood to a state of independence whilst addressing an invisible and anonymous man.
set photo 'Mama Superfreak' (2009). Photo by Klaas Arie Westland
DVD/ BLURAY Chairs Missing (2011)
with Simon Versnel
written and directed by Bea de Visser
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