Tillbaka

Diary about Tokyo's Future

 

Arbis Bar & Salonger | 25 augusti
Short Shorts visas under lördagen från 19:30-20:40

  • Genre: Drama
  • Director: Geon Kim, Kaitlin Tinker, Kaiyu Chang, Kristof Deak, Pia Shah, 2016
  • Duration: 04:37 min

5 directors were selected by SSFF & Asia to shoot elements that visualize Tokyo’s charm. A collage film was then produced and screened at SSFF & Asia 2016. What do the protagonists, played by Mari Natsuki and Fuka Koshiba, see when they peek through a strange pair of binoculars?

Geon Kim In 2008, Kim Geon entered the Korea National University of Arts and filmed “Keep Going” as his graduation project. His past works, “I'm Sorry, I'm Late,” and “Pokerface Girl,” were selected for several film festivals.                                      

Kaitlin Tinker is an award-winning Australian visual artist and director who works with a multitude of mediums, including film, performance art, and VFX design. Her cinematic eye, feverish determination and theatre background allow her to create dramatic, colorful, and memorable works with a distinct psychosexual bent.

Kaiyu Chang is an award-winning filmmaker from Taiwan. He directs for commercials and reality television, as well as short films. He looks at the world from a special point of view and always finds a bit of humor along the way.                                             

Kristof Deak made a career as an editor before studying directing at the Westminster Film School. He works in London and Budapest, directing fiction short films and TV programs. He is currently developing his first feature film.                  

Pia Shah explores the cusp of old-world and new age. She graduated from Jai Hind College, Mumbai and went on to study film-making in New York. Her thesis short “I’m Afraid I Am Hitler” won several awards and screened at international film festivals. Her feature script "A Story of Two" was part of NFDC India's National Script Lab.

 

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