Clapper

Klaskacz

Klaskacz

  • Wojciech Bruszewski
  • Poland
  • 1971, 6 min
Synopsis

Clapper is a heavily edited short film combining footage of political protests from pre- and post-WWII. It is considered one of the first “found footage” films made in Poland. The film incorporates Janis Joplin’s track “Summertime” as a soundtrack to the chaotic scenes.

Biography

Wojciech Bruszewski (1947–2009) was a multimedia artist from Łódź, Poland. He was a co-founder of the Workshop of Film Form, an influential Polish art group focused on cinema and visual art in the 1970s. Bruszewkski’s work has been shown worldwide, including in London, Warsaw and Edinburgh. He graduated from the National Film Academy in Łódź in 1975.

Photo Gallery

Fundacja Arton
Marika Kuźmicz
Miedziana 11
Warszawa 00-835
Poland
marika.kuzmicz@fundacjaarton.pl
 
Festival edition: 2016
Sections: Conference Fascination
Screening:
28.10.2016 12:30
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