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Cinematology

I Don´t Belong Anywhere: The Cinema of Chantal Akerman

Director Marianne LAMBERT
Info
  • Belgium│
  • 2015│
  • 67min│
  • DCP│
  • color/b&w│
  • Feature Film │
  • Documentary

Overview

An experimental filmmaker, Chantal Akerman shares with us her cinematographic journey. She explains the origins of her language and esthetical biases.

Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
126 2016. 04. 29 14:00 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) TM HEK15GV
363 2016. 05. 01 21:00 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) TM HEK15GV
744 2016. 05. 05 18:00 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 9 HEK15

Review

The film is an impressionistic description on a Belgian avant-garde filmmaker Chantal Akerman who committed suicide in October 2015. The film follows Akerman’s journey from Brussel to Tel-Aviv, from Paris to New York. Lambert completed the story of Akerman’s life and film on the grounds of Akerman’s unique views on film. It is interesting to see how Akerman examines the origin of her film language and aesthetic stance with her editor and long-time collaborator, Claire Atherton.
By mentioning her films, Je, Tu, Il, Elle, Jeanne Dielman, South, and No Home Movie, this film shows a portrait of a nomad filmmaker who tried to find the meaning of existence. The film includes the story of her death as well as the death of her mother which had a significant influence on her films. (JANG Byungwon)

Credit

Director Marianne LAMBERT
Screenplay Marianne LAMBERT, Luc JABON
Producer Patrick QUINET, Francis DUJARDIN
Cinematography Remon FROMONT
Editor Marc DE COSTER
Music Casimir LIBERSKI
Sound Benjamin CHARLIER

Director

Marianne LAMBERT

After studying journalism and communications at the Universite libre in Brussels, she starts to work in the early nineties in cinema, as assistant director. I Don´t Belong Anywhere: The Cinema of Chantal Akerman is her first film as a director.

Trailer

(I Don´t Belong Anywhere: The Cinema of Chantal Akerman) DIR. Marianne LAMBERT

An experimental filmmaker, Chantal Akerman shares with us her cinematographic journey. She explains the origins of her language and esthetical biases.