Atlas
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Films in Competition 12
Main Theater - Michigan TheaterSat, Mar 25 7:30 PM
Eight short films including recent experimental, documentary, and animated works. Features an 80-year-old woman's recollections of her life and loss during migration, an elusive point of stillness, reminiscences of early childhood, somebody-nobody-anyone, a radio journalist investigating water shortage, a rumination on the movement of people in one city, and the exploration of a single frame from a black and white 16mm film through an electron microscope.
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Film Info
Event Type:Films in Competition 12
Shorts in Competition
Release Year:2016
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Anouk De Clercq
Description

Exploring the surface of a single frame from a black and white 16mm film through an electron microscope, Anouk De Clercq ponders over ways of seeing and the nature of cinema. Spatiality being one of the key concepts in the work of Anouk De Clercq, in Atlas she wants to go as deep into space as possible, at the tiniest scale, and see what insights we get from this other perspective on things. This atlas is a guide in a macroscopic tale of the world.