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Expanded Cinema

Spell Reel Spell Reel

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Expanded Cinema | Expanded Cinema | Filipa CESAR | France, Germany, Portugal | 2017 | 96min | DCP | color/b&w | Documentary
Director Filipa CESAR Screenplay Filipa CESAR, Anita FERNANDEZ, Flora GOMES, Sana NA N´HADA Producer Olivier MARBOEUF, Filipa CESAR, Maria JOAO MAYER Cinematography Jenny LOU ZIEGEL Art Director N/A Editor Filipa CESAR Sound Didio PESTANA Music N/A Cast N/A

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
230 2018. 05. 05 14:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 8
HEK15
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619 2018. 05. 09 13:30 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 8
HEK15
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  • Review

    This film attempts communication by transforming and distorting images. The first image is in black and white, and projected into a black box. He looks down, listening in on a female guerrilla fighter and translating her words. A 16mm film glides through the man´s hands and is transferred to a laptop screen frame by frame. Filipa Cesar´s [#i_]Spell Reel [_i#]is the result of a digitization project. In 2011 she discovered long-lost visual materials in Guinea-Bissau and realized the contents carried the vision of decolonization put forward by the independence movement’s leader, Amilcar Cabral. After digitizing the work, the director made footage of showing it to audiences and added her own commentary. The repetitious yet transformative process presents an experimental archive of the present. History is both restored and written over. [LEE Sang-yong]

Director

Filipa CESAR

Born in Porto 1975. Lives and works in Berlin. Since 2011, she has been researching the origins of cinema in Guinea-Bissau, its imaginaries and potencies, developing that research into the collective project ´Luta ca caba inda´ (the struggle is not over yet). She was a participant of the research projects ´Living Archive´(2011-13) and ´Visionary Archive´(2013-15) both organised by the Arsenal - Institute for Film and Video Art, Berlin.