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The Animal That Therefore I Am’

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“What does the animal see when it looks at me?” Three animals and a woman coexist in an enclosed space. As they study each other, their own methods of communication create a wordless conversation. We view them in close-up and from various perspectives, with the woman as a solitary species in this universe. A huge hit at Short Focus Film Festival 2020, winning the Jury Prize, ‘The Animal That Therefore I Am’ is an experimental and existential work that interrogates our own perceptions of humanity by displacing our gaze with that of the animal, revealing the true vulnerability of our species and the fragility of the evolutionary framework.

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Main image: The Animal That Therefore I Am [Bea De Visser, Netherlands, 2019], available now on FLTV.
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Screening dates IFFR, International Fim Festival 2019

The animal that therefore I am

(Screens before Nocturne by Viktor van der Valk)

Booking Date Time Location Type
Nocturne 29 Jan 2019 12:00 Pathé 5 Public
Nocturne 1 Feb 2019 18:00 Cinerama 1 Public
Nocturne 2 Feb 2019 18:30 LantarenVenster 3

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“What does the animal see when it looks at me?” Three animals and a woman in an enclosed space. As they study each other, their own methods of communication create a wordless conversation. We view them in close-up and from various perspectives, with the woman as a solitary species in this universe. 

Section
Voices Short
Director
Bea de Visser
Country
Netherlands
Year
2019
Format
DCP
Length
10″37 minutes
Producer
Bea de Visser
Scenario
Bea de Visser
Camera
Adri Schrover
Editor
Bea de Visser

 

 

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