A new collaboration with Steven Severin is in progress, stay stuned for CANDICE (art video) coming soon.
Here is the complete version: vimeo.com/32361948
and on youtube youtube.com/watch?v=7TW0WDML_j8
(/malora/ - name of a wind)
6'06" third corps-métrage of a triptych (I Diatomée, II Claire Obscure) by Mademoiselle L
Director, editor: ML
Original soundtrack: Steven Severin
Camera assistant: Anton
Sound design: ML & Steven Severin
"Elle la regarde de loin.
Malojá passe de haut en bas, de bas en haut, de droite à gauche.
Elle s'agrippe à Elle, la tire vers elle, l'effiloche sans un regard.
Le corps oscille, cède et s'étire finalement.
Elle descend vers Elle, la rature de haut en bas, de bas en haut, de droite à gauche.
Son noircissement en de longs filaments bruyants.
"She watches her from afar.
Malojá goes up to down from down to up from right to left.
She clasps her, draws her to herself, she frays her without giving an eye.
The body oscilliates, gives in and stretches finely.
She descends towards her, scribbles her up and down from down to up, from right to left.
Her blackening in long noisy filaments.
FESTIVALS & INVITATIONS /
MALOJÁ is invited at 39th edition of Le Festival du Nouveau Cinema in Montreal > nouveaucinema.ca/
Whilst premiering 'Malojá', the Cerisier gallery will be presenting a retrospective of this artist's audiovisual works. Vernissage due november 5th 2010 from 6:30pm onwards and on Nov. 6th. galerielecerisier.com/
Screened on Dec. 3rd 2010 at LATE AT TATE in London as an opening to STEVEN SEVERIN's performance.
MALOJÁ has been selected for screening at the seventh European Short Film Festival at MIT, which will take place on April 1-3, 2011. esff.mit.edu/
MALOJÁ will be screened at "In The Box" at the QL2 Theatre in Canberra (Australia) on May 8, 2011 and, as the team said, "perhaps somewhere in Melbourne too"!
A special MALOJÁ 2011/12/05 is on La Huche lahuche.fr/
MALOJÁ has been selected for the 2012 London Independent Film Festival in April! Screening at the Roxy near London Bridge, from 6:30pm - 9pm on Wednesday April 18.
Check it out: londonindependent.org/tickets2012.htm
Steven Severin has been touring the EU with his brilliant score for Jean Cocteau’s 1930 debut film Blood of a Poet and now, he's currently touring with Carl Theodor Dreyer's VAMPYR. Check stevenseverin.com and stevenseverin.bandcamp.com and also facebook.com/severin.steven
© 2010 limonadeart, Paris
Triptych/ DVD of Claire Obscure (vimeo.com/14424690) and Diatomee (vimeo.com/10015486) now on sale at ML SHOP: