psychedelic/surreal film shoot entirely on analog 35mm SLR camera:
27 film rolls
16 hours of scanning
one month of editing and post-production.
2 kilos of niter
dir, dop, music - Pawel Uniatowicz
assistant director - Sylwester Bednarek
the spirit of the project - Karolina Jankowska
what's the date today? the rabbit took the clock, watched it for a little while whereupon he threw it into a cup of tea
we were ready to tell who we are yesterday morning, but since then we had to change many times.
most importantly, we haven't lost our craving for tea.
finally we've managed to put all of our words, meanings and reflections together. it's all ready! now it contains everything we are!
The film is intended to promote lapanika space and ideas as a place to be a part of.
lapanika is a little bit of space in the heart of Wrocław. A place where people shop as well as coexist both with art and themselves. You can also buy clothes or get your clothes designed.
you can sit down, relax, have a chat, a tea, a lemonade, a laugh.
stay late at the bar if you just feel like it.
Free People has launched a short film, titled 'The Cabin', as an accompaniment to our December catalog. As the film opens, videographer Jacques Naude unexpectedly discovers film from a weekend in his past. Memories flood back to the time when he and girlfriend, Noot Seear, were deciding the fate of their impassioned relationship. Facing life changes that threaten to split them apart, the couple decided to escape to where their love began: a rustic cabin in Maine. There, we watch as their romance unfolds. In simple moments together, surrounded by the peace of nature, the two are able to find a short refuge. Through affection, laughter, and adventure, one can see that their love is real. Will what they've realized hold them together, or will it encourage them to set each other free? As the weekend comes to an end, we discover what the next step is for Jacques and Noot.
Actors: Jacques Naude and Noot Seear
Directors: Guy Aroch and Carlos Veron
Director of Photography: Carlos Veron
Edit: Ryan McKenna
Art Direction: Free People
Producer: Carl Walters
First Assistant Director: Ben Kahn
Hair/Makeup Artist: Deanna Hagan
Boom Operator / ADR Recordist: Anton Gold
Colorist: Damien Van Der Cruyssen
Sound Editor/Mixer: Dan Flosdorf
Performed by Volcano Choir
Courtesy of Jagjaguwar
By Arrangement with Bank Robber Music
Special Thanks: Morgane Bernier, Coline Jourdana, Mikey Van Beuren, Filipp Penson, and Matt Sprout
(The [End) of History Illusion] is written, directed, and choreographed by Celia Rowlson-Hall. It premiered at 2017 Venice Film Festival and is the 14th film in the Miu Miu Women's Tales Series. miumiu.com/en/women_tales?cc=IT