I Donít Think I Can See an Island
Christopher Becks, Emmanuel Lefrant
Based on footage shot on a shared vacation, two filmmakers and long-time friends finally make a film together and embark on a symbolically authentic non-Euclidean adventure.
Christopher Becks studied fine art and has a master's in philosophy. A member of the Double Negative film collective in Montreal, he currently lives and works in Berlin, where he is pursuing a PhD in philosophy and working with the Labor Berlin film collective.
Emmanuel Lefrant lives and works in Paris, where he makes self-produced films, exclusively on celluloid, that explore the idea of representing and revealing an invisible world (the secret forms of emulsion), a kind of hidden nature. In 2000 he cofounded the Nominoë collective, who have performed at many prestigious sites, including the Pompidou Centre.
- Country France
- Year 2016
- Format Digital
- Running time 4 min
- Image Colour
- Language English
- Subtitles Spanish
- Producer Christopher Becks, Emmanuel Lefrant
- Sound Christopher Becks, Emmanuel Lefrant
FestivalsEdinburgh International Film Festival (Escocia) Nowe Horyzonty International FF (Wroclaw, Polonia)
Presented by Emmanuel Lefrant (Viernes 18, 18h / SŠbado, 19 20h30)