A film by Susanne Stich
6min. 22 sec.
The film premiered at Queens Film Theatre in May 2013 as part of the Belfast Photo Festival. During July/August 2013 it was shown in a gallery setting as part of the group show "Tomorrow is almost over" at Void, Derry.
Exploring the elusiveness of photography the film presents a personal and poetic meditation on family, origins and the desire to make sense of one's (hi)story.
My father takes his own picture over and over again as he hits his target at different fairground shooting stalls in and around Nürnberg, Germany, during the 1950s and 60s. But what do these pictures mean to me in my life?
Original music by Neil Burns.