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Anotherfilm looks forward to film projects thought of beyond the horizon of film, visual arts, design, literature, sound and performance. Bea de Visser leads the production studio among others as a production and script consultant. In addition to activities as (co) production and scenario advice, Anotherfilm develops seminars among others for the HKU University of Arts, Faculty of Art and Media Technology in Utrecht and works as an art consultant for a corporate art collection. Additionally the production studio operates as 'headroom' for personal film projects by Bea de Visser.


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The animal that therefore I am/ L' animal que donc je suis

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The animal that therefore I am: https://anotherfilm.zone

What does the animal see when she looks at me? Thinking perhaps begins here, knowing that in the gaze of an animal is an existence that refuses to be conceptualized.

Cinemascoop 2.35, 10 minutes
Dialogue: English and French spoken version L' animal que donc je suis (Eng. subt.)

Production Anotherfilm
Expected release: January 2019

What does an animal see when she looks back at us? Three animals and a woman are in a closed situation in which they have to deal with each other. The woman in the film operates as a lonely species in this universe in which the animals view, estimate, greet and enter a covenant with her for their own interest. The rules are determined, the story starts here.

The story is told from the individual Point of View of each character, perhaps even more from the Point of Feel of all animals. We do not just look through the eyes of the characters; instead the viewer moves through multiple possible mental lanscapes to experience different perceptions when species meet.

Director Statement

The world will become a better place if we are able to give up the priority position of man and look around us as a human animal that is capable of meeting other species on foot of equivalence. I see the similarities with the nineteenth-century women's rights movement and other emancipation movements. Still an ongoing topic.

"If you are lucky you will meet an animal that wants to talk to you. If you are even more lucky, you will meet an animal that takes the time and effort to get to know you. To find out what animals want, it is not enough to study them. We have to talk to them." (Meijer, Eva, 'Animal languages')

What does the animal see when she looks at me? The film The animal that therefore I am imagines and adapts the question posed in Jacques Derrida’s lecture by the same title L’ animal que donc je suis.
(Bea de Visser)

Erin Hill, performance together with Hertog, Alexandra, Onida
Adri Schrover, camera
Diego van Uden, sound
Hedwig Vervoort, Charles Antoine Chappuis, design costume and additional installation

Bea de Visser, director, editor, producer

Contact: mail@anotherfilm.org / T: 00316 21 55 5353 / www.anotherfilm.org

This film is financially supported a.o. by Dordrechts Museum, Dienst Kunsten Rotterdam, FondsKwadraat, Anotherfilm

 

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