Yann Bonnin & William Henne

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3’30 • 2017 • ov no dialog • Belgium • experimental • 16/9 • DCP

A succession of photos quickly pass. The place is revealed only by details, framed in close-up.
This site is an immense cemetery of 42 km2, located in Upper Silesia, whose motifs are known: railway crossings and rivets, windows, red bricks, mud and puddles, details of wagons, knots of barbed wire, Birches, numbers, details of fence pillars, electric fence bells, clusters of spoons, switches, shoe boxes, suitcases, pegs, stripes, panels, rubble, ...

camera: William Henne, Yann Bonnin and Noémie Somers
editing: William Henne, Yann Bonnin and Noémie Somers
sound and music: Ilan Manouach.
production: Zorobabel
with the support of Centre du cinéma et de l’audiovisuel de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles.

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- screenings within the framework of La Vidéothèque Nomade