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Re-Vue

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posted on 2019-12-08, 00:00 authored by Dirk De Bruyn
Re-Vue

History

Language

eng

Notes

Re-vue is a mutilated love-letter to the film’s form in address to the the act of seeing itself. It is shaped as a response to, and in dialogue with, Mike Hoolboom’s Color My World ( 3 minutes, 2017, Canada) A flicker-fest lamenting a lost relationship with narrative cinema, by which it is forever marked. Yet there are hints for a way back in this age of surveillance.

Research statement

How can traumatic memory be represented? How can the invisible be communicated in documentary animation? How can we trace back to the real in denied memories?

Publication classification

JR1 Recorded/Rendered Creative Works – Film/Video

Scale

NTRO Minor

Extent

1:24 min, mp4 file

Recognition, awards & prizes

Screened at Clermont-Ferrand Part of Touring program and DVD from Ann Arbor international film festival.

Publisher

London International Animation Program: Surface Memory

Place of publication

London, Eng.

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