3 First Fractions

3 Premières fractions

První tři zlomky

  • Guillaume Mazloum
  • France
  • 2014, 18 min
Photography: Guillaume Mazloum
Producer, Co-producer: Guillaume Mazloum (L'Orée)
Color: Black and white
Language: No dialogue
Synopsis
These “first three fractions” of a planned seven-part series can be seen as a self-portrait, documentary and essay in one. Each piece of this black-and-white short film is introduced by a declarative exclamation: the first is about absurd death, the second about our time on earth, and the third about the strange arrogance contained in the freedom of a child’s crying.

DETAIL:
Thunder sounds amidst the rushing of the rain. Thin insect legs flutter along wet glass. Tirelessly. Seemingly tirelessly… In another landscape in some village somewhere, a dog barks. A foggy mist rises over the river, and a train sets into motion... The final fragment is of man.

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L'Orée
Guillaume Mazloum
44 bis rue de meaux 
Paris / 75019 / France
+33 621 958 840
mazloum.guillaume@gmail.com
www.guillaumemazloum.net

 
Festival edition: 2014
Sections: Short Joy
Premiere Type: International Premiere
Exhibition format: 16 mm
Subtitle languages: English, French
Screening:
26.10.2014 18:00
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