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Ada Kaleh
 
Director_ Helena WITTMANN
 
Germany 2018 14min DCP color shorts Experimental
Program Schedule
Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
450 2019. 05. 06 17:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 5
H EK 15 GV
653 2019. 05. 08 20:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 5
H EK 12 GV
906 2019. 05. 11 11:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 5
H EK 12
Overview

An indeterminate location, summer. Inhabitants of a shared apartment ask themselves where they might live. They imagine countries, communities and places. Time passes and nothing can change that, neither human action nor objects and their states. At some point, they all drift into a deep sleep.

Review

This experimental work by Helena Wittmann is set against the backdrop of the extinct Turkish island of Ada Kaleh. The invented map of an imaginary island, the wandering ghosts and non-existent people all extend the metaphor of a claustrophobic window and floating identities from Wittmann’s previous works. [JANG Byungwon]

CREDIT
  • DirectorHelena WITTMANN
  • ScreenplayHelena WITTMANN
  • ProducerHelena WITTMANN
  • CinematographyHelena WITTMANN
  • EditorHelena WITTMANN
  • SoundNika BREITHAUPT
CastChinook SCHNEIDER, Katja LELL, Eric BOSSALLER, Lulu MACDONALD
FILM SOURCE
Helena Wittmann / wittmann.helena@gmail.com
DIRECTOR
Helena WITTMANN
 
Helena Wittmann creates series of experimental works that resets and re-contextualizes the function and meaning of space and spatiality, evident in her series of short films from The Wild to Ada Kaleh. As Wittmann raises questions about their boundaries and creates new contexts, the rooms in The Wild and 21,3°C expand to become larger than a simple narrative space. Through the 11 tableau shots portraying the changing impressions of the room, 21,3°C guides us to notice the fundamental elements of cinema such as sound, light, and shadow. Her feature film Drift (2017) and her short film Wildness Of Waves present the changing visage of the sea in the form of movement-image. This year’s Jeonju IFF introduces the four masterpieces in which Wittmann effaces the subject’s attributes and transforms into a pure audiovisual experience.
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