Trailer of The Indians project. Recordings from BWA Zielona Gora by Karolina Spiak. The Indians is an audiovisual project of the sound artist Robert Curgenven and visual artist Ludomir Franczak based entirely on video tapes found in a Polish secondhand shop. These private recordings of an elderly German couple living in the eastern part of the country were made shortly after the demilitarisation following the fall of the Wall. After purchasing their camera they familiarise themselves with the techniques of filming: they record their apartment, the view from the window, each other, the TV. Frames are long and static. On first impression these images resemble photographs, still and unmoving, belying their uncanny animation and unusual action sequences. Curgenven and Franczak chose to rearrange these images to follow the formula of narrative construction in Hollywood screenwriting. The narration is shown on two screens, and the plot suddenly mixes with a live plan created in a small paper theater - additionally emphasizing the unravelling blockbuster while adding a new dimension. Both sound and picture are created live during the show.