Sunday, 2 May 2010

Quote from "Dancer in the dark"

"Isn't it annoying when they do the last song in the films? Because you just know when it goes really big and the camera goes out of the roof, and you know it's gonna end. I hate that. I used to cheat when I was a little girl, I would leave the cinema just after the two last songs, and the film just goes on forever!"

in Dancer in the dark (2000)
Directed by Lars Von Trier

Saturday, 24 April 2010

The Usual Suspects (closing credits)

Buckaroo Banzai (closing credits)

Final Major Project

I have always been frustrated by the end of a film. I wanted the story to continue after "the end".
Sometimes there is such a journey from the very first image to this last one, before the black screen, that I just pressed rewind a few seconds backward, and watched the last movements of that character, the last images of that landscape, the last look of that beauty, once again.

The closing credits give to the film a notion of timelessness, as if the very last moments of the story I had been seing were stretched a little bit more, during the lenght of the rolling text.

For me, that moment and the begining are the key points for a film that is going to stay in my mind.

Tuesday, 12 January 2010


2 min long video dealing with the idea of medical cure.
Composed of 12 still images used with a strobe effect, the narrative is supported by the sounds in the background.
This project is a biography of the work of Alfred Jarry, the french dramatist and pataphysician.
The video here presented an hommage to his masterpiece "Ubu Roi" using graphics projected on the actors ' faces.

Ubu Roi (Alfred Jarry)