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PROGRAM - World Cinemascape - World Cinemascape: Masters for Shorts

World Cinemascape: Masters for Shorts

Austerlitz

DIRECTOR Sergei LOZNITSA World Cinemascape: Masters for Shorts구분없음
Nation Germany 201694minDCPb&w Documentary
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Overview

This film is an observation of the visitors to a memorial site that has been founded on the territory of a former concentration camp. Why do they go there? What are they looking for?

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
344 2017. 04. 30 17:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 3
HEK15
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626 2017. 05. 03 14:00 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) Table M
HEK15GV
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719 2017. 05. 04 13:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 4
HEK15GV
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  • Review

    The camera observes the visitors to the memorial founded on the site of a former concentration camp. Why do they come here? Inspired by the novel of the same title by W. G. Sebald, Austerlitz reveals the oblivion and taxidermizing of memories through the people who choose and act absently. Sergei Loznitsa makes the Holocaust wrapped in the memorial be present in our time and triggers it to be alive in our memory. In the careless talks and blank looks, the time of the past often becomes the present. Sebald’s novel examines the problem between one’s memory and testimony and between illusion and desire. While Loznitsa focused on tense dramas or incidents during the Holocaust and the WWII in his previous works, he brings camera himself this time to capture the time and history reflected on people. [LEE Sang-yong]

  • Credit

    Director Sergei LOZNITSA
    Screenplay Sergei LOZNITSA
    Producer Sergei LOZNITSA
    Cinematography Sergei LOZNITSA, Jesse MAZUCH
    Editor Danielius KOKANAUSKIS
    Sound Ivo HEGER

Director

Sergei LOZNITSA

Born in 1964, he graduated from the Russian State Institute of Cinematography(VGIK) in Moscow. He has directed 18 internationally acclaimed documentary films. Schastye Moe(2010) and V tumane(2012), Maidan premiered at the Festival de Cannes, where V tumane received the FIPRESCI prize.